A congrats goes out to my faux wife Annette and her hubby Mike for, hear ye hear ye---they had their baby!!! Yes, on April 28th at 3:03 in the morning, Annette's vajay jay popped out little Grayson George Christie.
Totes adorbs, right? While it was not the date or gender that I guessed, I'm happy to hear that both mom and baby are doing well. Wife--I hope this new bundle of joy (read: poop) doesn't distratct you from daily blog updates and correspondance but if it does, I shall anxiously await ou next conversation. I'm so happy that alien baby is now out of you, now get thee to the gym!
New Tyra blog up here. Where in the past I've had a broad idea and expanded on it, this blog I chose to talk a little bit about Guy and the benefits of taking a relationship slow. Not too exciting of a blog, but it's always appreciated if you check it out.
After a really fun karaoke party Friday night, I had the most FANTASTIC day with Spencer on Saturday. I slept in late, then we decided to do a double feature at the moooovies. With Subway and Sour Patch Kids, we took in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" first.
MEH. Look--some of the actions scenes were really great, Jackman and Liev Schriber were really great as Wolverine and Sabertooth, and I actually really enjoyed Taylor Kitch's portrayal of Gamibt.
The plot had huge, HUGE holes though, and I was upset at how they wasted some of the great supporting cast. I know it's a story about Wolverine, but I'm sorry--having Ryan Reynolds in only two scenes just isn't right. Especially since he's PERFECT as Deadpool. Don't even get me started on how they raped his character and how useless White Queen, Cyclops, and Silver Fox were in the movie. I enjoyed myself, but that could have just been the Sour Patch Kids talking.
Next up came the best movie I didn't pay $12 for...Ghost of Girlfriend's Past.
Brian: "Why is Matthew McConaughey the only one with a Southern accent?"
Spencer: "Brian, they don't pay Matthew McConaughey to act, they pay him to be Matthew McConaughey."
J. Garner was adorable as always and I really enjoyed Lacey Chabert, Emma Stone, and Brekin Myer...other than that...the movie was sort of a bust. As romantic comedies go, this one was pretty much a stinker. After the movie I introduced Spencer to Guy, we saw the girls for a few drinks to celebrate Rachel's BDay, and then traveled uptown to ScottD's gorgeous apt. for a little flip cup and beer pong. Good times had by all.
As I'm not a big blogger on the weekends, I failed to recognize one of the best people in the world: BarbBahr.
Homegirl loves herself some Kris Allen.
Happy Birthday mama!!
I'm off to go do an Excel spreadsheet--who's jealous?
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