The computer I use is doing another virus scan and so I'm waiting. It must be getting bogged into that "won't open anything" glitch where everything *seems* to be alright and I can use and save from programs that are currently open, but nothing new will open.
Ryoko has been following me around actively trying to get my attention since I got up. Standing up and clawing at me, meowing, doing the kitty-pet-me dance. And then if that weren't already too cute, as soon as I sat down at the computer she got up here on the desk beside me, stared at me for a minute while I typed and then leaned forward, reached out a paw, and gently patted my face. say it with me.. awwwwww
Yesterday was just a pretty bad day at the outset. Things were breaking, people were dead, I was in general a very unhappy camper. Then Karl worked something out for me regarding the breaking things, people were still dead, but I felt not as horrible about that, and after some other things came to light I felt better.
Then Karl came home and we watched some tv stuff followed by Operation Condor. The night before we'd watched Drunken Master Two, which I'd actually never seen before, being such a big fan of the first one. I am all about the hong kong movies lately and lucky for me Karl has a lot of them to choose from. The problem with us picking movies together is that we're always in a more up mood. We always want something silly, action-y, nothing somber or high drama. So that comedy and action to choose from is dwindling and the drama looms large. We're just going to have to find ways to depress each other so we'll want to watch something darker.
Like the Quay Brothers stuff. I know I want to see more of that.. and the Svankmeyer Alice in Wonderland I definitely want to see... but in our current states, watching a dark or heavy movie is just sort of.. not happening.
Unless it's horror.
But hey, horror doesn't really count... right?
And now that I've let this entry sit here for another two hours I think it's pretty clear that I don't have anything else to say. Yup