all alone on a sunday morning, outside the rain is fahahallliinnggggg. whoah ho ho ho.... Lisa Lisa and the Cult Jam
Rain is totally not falling outside. Absolutely gorgeous day, getting ready to head out to a walk and see King Kong, a movie about a lovable family of penguins who must secure their future by traveling a long long way across the ice to have baby penguins.
Last night we partied at a wee houseparty in Hoboken which was totally fun and ended up being a later night than I thought it would be. So far on our gassy stove that is now operating we've made:
our favorite dinner of chicken sausages + brocolli + macs and cheese
eggs and home fries
Watched a movie that created a stir a year ago when it was released but has now been largely forgotten, Closer with Natalie Portman, Jude Law and Julia Roberts.
It was pretty interesting, though I thought it sounded just like a play, the dialogue was so strange and a little distracting. Or maybe it is just that Natalie Portman is distracting because she always sounds like Queen Amidala to me. Also, I think the movie was supposed to be really heavy and teach us about love. I think it said something about relationships and infatuation and jealousy and treachery, but not very much about love. There is this scene when the itty-bitty Natalie Portman tells Jude Law, "I don't love you anymore. I would have loved you forever, but now I don't love you anymore."
I don't know what this type of love is but it doesn't seem to be very lasting, to say the least. Who just decides not to love someone anymore? And how can you pinpoint the exact moment when you all of a sudden don't love someone?