Monday, August 14, 2006


Things that made me cry this past weekend:

the film Milk Money

the film Twins (how appropriate!)

the film Back to the Future

a commercial for The Fantasia Barrino Story on Lifetime (incidentally, I have never seen a single episode of American Idol)

an episode of The Nanny


Anonymous V-Grrrl said...

Watch out for Hallmark commercials!

Here Bella, have a Kleenex.

11:14 AM  
Blogger Mignon said...

You are my density.

11:17 AM  
Anonymous wordgirl said...

Wow! Thems are some high-octane hormones, Arabella! I didn't think anything could make me cry over the Nanny.

11:25 AM  
Anonymous mamatulip said...

One night, while pregnant with Julia, Dave and I were eating dinner infront of the television when one of our cats walked by the table. Then our other cat walked by. I paused, fork mid-air, stared at my cats for a couple of seconds and then burst into tears. And I'm not talking like, a few little tears. I'm talking about heaving, body-racking sobs.

Dave's jaw dropped...he was like, "Tulip! WHAT is the matter?"

I could barely speak. Finally I managed to get out, "I love the cats so much."

11:37 AM  
Blogger Alli said...

I guess the cable is back on? LOL. That is a tough road - I've been there. I had to LOL at v-grrrl's comment b/c I totally have bawled at those commercials and also the ones for Cotton - the Fabric of our Lives. LOL!

3:46 PM  
Anonymous Elizabeth said...

I cried every day watching "A Baby Story" when I was pregnant with Kaitlyn. But "The Nanny"-really?

9:07 PM  
Anonymous V-Grrrl said...

I think she was crying because she'll NEED a nanny, right Arabella?

9:21 AM  
Blogger ptg said...

Strange things, these hormones. I had to take spironolactone for a couple of years. The beard stopped growing, the body hair fell out, and I started to grow boobs. None of masculine parts would function. I also cried inordinately. I thought it was just because the male parts wouldn't work, but I guess the hormones could have caused the weeping jags as well.

9:54 AM  

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