Happy Monday, y'all! This weekend was definitely an interesting one! Here's my rundown (and reviews)...
I often take my cousin's little boy to the movies. Cars 2 came out on Friday, and he was counting down the days, then the hours, then the minutes until we got to see it.
I'm not a big animated movie person, but this movie was ok. I had never seen the first one, but it was cute. The cousin had a ball, so it was worth it.
I bet you will never guess what I did.....yep, I went shopping. I had been itching to go to the outlet mall about an hour away from my house. My sister and bil went with, and we had a good time. I, like usual, found tons of stuff at the Gap outlet, my favorite! After we got home that night, I rented some movies and settled in for the night with pizza and a blanket.
Movie Reviews? Sure....
First, I watched The Fighter. Yes, I'm aware it has been out for forever, but I just now got around to watching it. I wasn't sure if I would like it since it isn't my "type" of movie, but I have to admit it was good. It could have been the fact that I have a major crush on Mark Wahlberg. Seeing him shirtless was pretty amazing. And that accent makes me melt every single time he opens his gorgeous mouth....I die.
Next, was Just Go With It with Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler. I have to first say that I love these two. I mean, how can you NOT like Jenn? She's the sweetest, and Adam is freakin' hilarious. Like most rom-coms, it ended just how you wanted it to, but I really liked this one more than others. It was funny, sweet, funny...and the kids were freakin adorable. Ello? Definitely one I will be buying.
Book Reviews? Sure...
I finally finished this one. While it was a little slow, I did enjoy it. It was a cute, Christian romance. The storyline, while a little far fetched (aren't most books?) was cute, and I would recommend it. I wasn't sure about it, since it was a free nook book. I do think it is targeted more towards a younger (teen) audience.
I've been dying to download this book since I heard it was coming out. While most people hate the Palins, I love them. I'm not sure how I feel about ole Sarah politically, but as a person, I think she is fantastic. While her values and opinions may not be popular, she stands by them. I'm getting off topic.....anyway, I think many people feel the same way about Bristol. I really like her and wish I knew her because I bet she would be an awesome friend. I'm anxious to get her take on things like the "gnat" known as Levi, DWTS, and the McCains. It should be an interesting read.
So there's my rundown. How was your weekend? Have you seen or read anything I've mentioned today? What'd you think?