I had a dentist appointment for xrays this morning so I slept in ten whole minutes, went, had breakfast out with my parents, and got into work by 10. Sadly, I left my office keys at home.
The guy who does the voice of Batman in both cartoon series The Batman and Batman: The Brave and the Bold is the dude who played Peter’s redneck neighbor in Office Space. I find that very odd; I cannot picture that mullet sporting guy as doing the voice of the Dark Knight, you know?
At Publix Sunday evening, I was hit on by an old cowboy. He was maybe 40s-ish, tan and wearing a hat, tank top tucked into jeans and boots. He was in front of me in the express line and asked how I was that evening. I was polite but tried to indicate not interested in talking. He went on to tell me he’d been working with horses all day then blabbed about his daughter who wanted him to buy her something, hadn’t seen her in 10 years because of her mother, etc. As I was paying and he was still hanging about at the end of the line there, he told me to have a good night, then put his hand on my shoulder, squeezed it, and told me I needed a good cowboy in my life. Um, flattering but creepy?
I fed the dogs on Sunday and told Elliot to follow me. He didn’t so I went back into the kitchen to find him sitting on the floor supervising mealtime. He waited until they were done, stacked their bowls, then put the stack on top of the dog food container. The apple does not fall far from the tree, I tell you.
On Saturday night we watched The Machinist, which was depressing, slightly scary and be warned that a 120 pound Christian Bale is a disgusting sight. Ewww. I could barely stand to look at him. (I watched Dark Knight on Sunday just to make sure he was back to eating 😉 )
No, we have not done our taxes. Yes, I am nervous about my NY trip next week, and no, I am not sad about turning 30.