I think I pulled a muscle in my brain on vacation. That's totally possible, right?
I have a lot that I want to say (and even more pictures to upload from our wedding and honeymoon), but I can't seem to sit down long enough to do any of it. I should have taken a laptop - or at least a notebook - on vacation. This giant bottleneck of ideas is going to take a while to sort through. Don't worry; I am not planning to go all Alanis and be all, "my vacation changed my liiiiiife, y'all." (It didn't.)
In other news, I went to see a movie* this weekend. I hardly ever go see movies in the theater, but Achilles was going to a different movie that I didn't think I could sit through, and I didn't really feel like 1.) trying to organize last-minute plans with family or friends or 2.) sitting at home alone.
I got to the theater early, because Achilles' movie started about twenty minutes before mine did. The theater was pretty empty, so I grabbed a seat in the middle/left/back(ish).
The only other people there were a teenage couple who spent the entire movie fiddling with their iPhones, a grandmother and her 7-year-old grandson (poor kid), a very chatty couple on (I think) their second or third date, and a middle aged couple.
It was kind of weird, Internets. The middle aged couple in about 30 seconds before the movie started and sat in the seats right to the left of me. Is it just me, or was sitting in the seats right next to me kind of an aggressive move? The same seats were empty in the rows in front and behind us. I don't mind sitting next to someone when the theater is full, but when it's almost empty, it feels weird. I moved to another seat a few spaces down.
What are your thoughts on that? Was I rude? Were they? Am I reading too much into this? Tell me, Internets.
I probably need to go get my brain back in shape now. I hope your week is off to a good start!
*I know, I know. But what can I say - I've liked Amanda Seyfried since she played Lilly Kane on Veronica Mars.