Jan. 27th, 2010

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This is where we will be staying:


The hotel looks super cute and quirky and ...awesome. Nic really knows how to pick hotels. He is really super observant and thoughtful and always thinks out the nicest places to stay and things to do when we travel.

One of my co-workers told me yesterday that she really likes my boyfriend and I together. That we "fit" together. Could it be because we dress alike? (Seriously, threadless shirts and jeans and chucks. We even have the same shirt so we have to hope the other isn't wearing it. I hope we never become that old couple that wears the same sweatsuits and fanny packs.) Or could it be because we just have really incredible energy that feeds off of each other in a really positive way? I think it's the latter. :)
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You know, the movie "Sleepless in Seattle" is sorta cute, except for the music. Why did they think that 30 and 40 somethings in the 90's didn't like music other than old standards that their grandparents would have liked? This goes for "When Harry Met Sally" too, though, unlike Sleepless, I can deal with the shitty music and enjoy the movie because the movie is well written and acted. Did Meg Ryan have something to do with the choice of music? Sadly, unlike "Harry & Sally" "Sleepless" looks and feels horribly dated. I turned it off after 30 minutes.

Why is it always pissing rain in movies about Seattle too? It does do that here occasionally, but usually not. And I heard *thunder* (THUNDER!!!) in Sleepless, whereas, thunder is usually something of a "whoa! I heard thunder and that is weird because it's rare!" here.

"Singles" and "Say Anything" was a much better representation of Seattle as a city. I guess it's because the same guy (who is actually from here) directed them. I swear I'm not biased just because they are more generational for me. I love watching movies about Seattle (just like I love to see movies about Austin), but I question why would you make a movie about a city you've never lived in or loved?

Anyway, I've been thinking lately that someone needs to make another popular movie based in Seattle. It's been a while, though I heard about some stupid Tobey McGuire romcom/comedy disaster movie that was shot in the summer. "The Details" is what it's called.

HA! I turned the channel to "What Not to Wear" I haven't been watching, but I just heard they were in Seattle. Hilarious. WTF...it's Seattle day! It doesn't surprise me that their fashion makeover happens to be a lesbian. She was dressed like a typical Seattle lady lover. God, I kinda dress like her - I really am shocked I don't get hit on by ladies. I don't get hit on by dudes, either, so, I dunno.


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