I got to add two movies to my #74: Watch 10 of IMDB's Top 250 Movies that I've never seen before. I finished out the Toy Story trilogy that I began in December with Toy Story 3, currently #30 on the list. I didn't tear up at the end like my mommy-friends, but I know I came close. However, Toy Story 2 still remains my favorite because I thought the plot was the best of the three. I just really liked that whole thing with the collector and a different take on toys.
The other movie I just watched was The Social Network, #183. (This will probably get knocked off the list eventually, but my rule is that it has to be on the list at the time I see it.) The Oscar-nominated cinematography was almost too dark for home-viewing, and the dialogue was so fast it was almost dizzying. I haven't looked into how factual the movie lines up to reality, but I did realize that I joined Facebook before they hit 1 million users. And it has always bothered me that Mark Zuckerburg is less than a month older than me. Guess we can't all be billionaires.
✔ 44. Floss every day for a month. I started on January 30 to get ready for my dentist appointment a week later. I'm pleased to say that I fooled them and have maintained flossing every night, even though it's a tedious task when all I want to do is go to bed.. However, I didn't even have to buy floss--we have so many samples and leftovers lying around that I've just been going through them. The other times I've flossed I took a break when I went on vacation (still flossed in New Orleans!) and stopped altogether when I ran out of floss. Maybe I'll go stock up some more before that happens.
|At the casino with my remaining chips|
I realized when I was pregnant that there's a lot of things on my list I couldn't do. I guess I need to get crackin' on them before I get pregnant again! I think I'll start with #42: making cocktails. :-)