Friday, June 27, 2008

Weepy confessions


I absolutely love the movie, "Meet the Robinsons". The first time I watched it I thought it was good but wierd.....until the end. I won't give away the ending for those of you who haven't seen it yet but the very last scene changed my opinion of the movie and it made me love the movie so much. The ending just makes me so happy and as soon as the song in the scene starts playing I tear up. In fact, I tear up EVERYTIME I hear the song on the radio (which is "Little Wonders" by Rob Thomas). So here I was today at work when the song comes on the radio. Luckily I was in the office working on the books so nobody actually saw me, but it happens every single time I hear it. I could just see Andrea (the girl I was working with) walk into the office and there I'd be all teary eyed. She probably wouldn't have been surprised. Of course this is nothing to what I used to do when I watched the movie, "A Little Princess". I used to bawl hysterically when I watched that movie. My family rightfully made fun of me for this because even when I tried to explain why the movie made me cry.....I would cry. I haven't watched the movie in a long time but it did get to the point where I would cry but not so forcefully. When Jason and I watch a movie together and there is a scene he thinks I might cry at he'll always turn to look at me. I find this really annoying but funny at the same time. If I am crying I don't want him to look at me because it's embarrasing but if I'm not it's pretty funny to me when he looks over. I just say, "I'm not crying Jason". Sometimes he has to try really hard not to look at me when he knows I'm crying and that is hilarious. I think it's safe to say that I cry.

2 comments:

timpani76 said...

Ok, I have not seen this movie, but now I have to! It's ok to cry sweetie, it just means you're human! Plus, if you think you cry a lot now, see what happens during pregnancy!

I did not really cry very much, until I had kids. Oh nelly!

Tiffany C said...

Keep moving forward, Jeanette. Your blog rocks!