Musings from the laundromat: Hibernation, movie posters & time with Nic edition


I’m late again.  I did bump into my glaucoma man though – exchanged a wave.

Was hard to wake up today.  The darker it is in the morning and the cooler it is outside, the more I want to stay in my covers.

I spotted this on a friends wall the other day and laughed – perfect.
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I’ve certainly been eating enough for the event!  I sent this to one of my bosses on Friday – had to make it clear there were to be no more treats for me!

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I did have a lovely treat that evening though … Nic was home.  And we actually spent time together!   Our friendly neighborhood cable company sent the annual ‘Free Movie’ in a card to its ‘VIP’ customers.

I think VIP only means I bundled.  Phone/Cable/Internet – you get a card at Christmas. lol.

We watched Guardians of the Galaxy together and drank Egg Nog.  It was wonderful.

He left again last night – to go to work.  Not sure when I’ll be seeing him again, but I’m assured that he’ll be home sometime Christmas Eve and will still be home Christmas morning.

He works in a theater and I told him: “You have GOT to get ‘The Interview’ Christmas release poster!”

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As theater employees, they’re able to take old posters that they’re interested in.

I knew it would end up being a collectible – and the nerd I am, I wanted this one badly!

Honestly would have framed it and kept it.  Love the colors and lets face it, it represents historical significance.  Whether it turns out to be North Korea or whether it be the beginning of Hacker warfare – it is of importance.

Nic apparently didn’t end up working last night – so no poster 😦

Before he left though, I did get some goofy selfies with him – and I’ll share a montage with you.

It is also of historical significance, because our time together is waning.

 

 

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Love that boy.

I’ll miss him when I’m hibernating. 😉

Oh, and Happy Solstice!

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About debaucherysoup

I've traveled 4 continents, affording me experiences and adventures to last a lifetime. Most important was the exposure to other cultures, beliefs and lifestyles. I'm also mom to one of the most amazing human beings I know.

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