Posted By Kathleen David on March 18, 2013
Which I hadn’t seen in years. It was interesting to see what Peter got and what Caroline got that Peter didn’t and what I got that Caroline or Peter didn’t. The risqué humor went right over Caroline’s head and, probably because it is a Catholic university, was limited. There was a decent Pope Benedict joke.
Ariel did a good job with what she was given. She figured out how to cross herself with an ironing board, which is not easy. And she looked like a nun to the point that when she would walk to the bathroom people would nodded and say “sister” or cross themselves. She also learned how much the outfit can be constricting to dance in and keeping one’s hair is place is a real chore.
Caroline enjoyed the show and seeing her big sister who she will be seeing next week as well for Passover and Easter, which are pretty much on top of each other this year.
Once Upon a Time was interesting. I will allow for spoilers in the comments but I have to say that the writers came up with a couple of interesting ways that the series can go now. And yes I think we figured out who the mysterious driver who crashed into Hook before the last reveal but they weren’t being subtle about it either. Peter has a good guess as to who Bae is. I have a slightly different theory. Both are based on the titles of the last two episodes.
No heat in the house or hot water. Need to figure out if it is oil or furnace. Going to wait until 9 and call up our oil company to see what needs to be done. And pay what we need to keep our house and showers warm.
We have another big “?” in Peter’s recovery. There was some medication trading around and we can’t tell if a new symptom is from the new medication or something else entirely. Needless to say once the doctor’s offices are open we will be calling, because this can’t continue and if this is an adverse reaction, it need to stop before damage is done. I have a suspicion that it is something else entirely and I am hoping I am totally wrong. So think good thoughts for Peter that this is some simple and not yet another complication to his recovery.
I am grateful for things that go our way.