Thursday, December 30, 2010
Christmas and other stuff
I miss them terribly, but the baby has a horrible bout of bronchitis (as does my poor hubby who stayed home today). So I'm glad they are off having fun and not stuck with mama and the sick baby. The pediatrician has her on round the clock dosing of Benadryl, so I have certainly caught up on my lack of sleep.
For Christmas my wonderfully sweet hubby gave me this lovely Vera Bradley bag. It's huge and has a zipper, which is what you need in a purse/diaper bag all in one. I love it! It holds everything including cloth diapers and a sling all in one, and I can zip it closed so it doesn't dump everything the minute I set it down and it falls over.
My quilting mama wants to do craft fairs and I'm going to do them with her. She wants us to make mug rug sets and include mugs with them. Well...I found the deal of the day at Walmart. They are getting rid of Christmas stuff and they have a package of 1 dozen porcelain mugs with golden rims for $2.40. I bought the last 2 boxes they had and was very proud of my 20 cents/mug deal. They even have a lot of toys 50% off, if you need anything. Since it was just the 3 of us, hubby, the baby and I played in the toys and Xmas stuff at Walmart last night for about an hour.
Since I've had a sick baby who is only interested in nursing 24 hours a day, I've been reading and watching movies. I rented Devil on Dish last night. I love M. Night Shyamalan movies because they are so Hitchcockian and this one I enjoyed to the last minute. Though, I have a very analytical mind and constantly try to guess the ending of everything. It's like some weird OCD thing which I think stems from my reading way too many books.
In the beginning of the movie after I got a look at all 5 characters, I guessed correctly who the devil was but began doubting myself until the very end. The story involves 5 strangers in an elevator and as events unfold, the story reveals that one of them is the Devil and will end up killing them all before stealing them away to hell. With five people in a tiny room, you are still guessing until the very end who did it. And apparently, I just read, this is the first chapter in a series called The Night Chronicles.