Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Time on My Hands

How did I spend my weekend you ask? Well, let's just say it wasn't fun.

I had to have my wisdom teeth removed---- UGH!! I went for a regular cleaning during the first week in January. That is when the ole doc told me it was way past due to have my wisdom teeth removed.
I knew I would need to act fast because I have lots going on in the next few months as far as wedding stuff for my sister-in-law and a couple of sweet friends, which means not so much time for sitting around, all swollen face, doped up on pain meds eating pudding.

So I went for it and had them cut out this past Friday. My weekend consisted of pudding, potato soup, pudding, mashed potatoes, and jello. Between my mom and Ryan I was well taken care of! They love me even if I am a pity party waiting to happen. Although I think I was a great patient.

Ice Pack on my face all weekend long!
All this down time between having my wisdom teeth removed and the frigid temps (it snowed one day last week) I've had some serious time to catch up on a few TV series.

Ryan got me Apple TV for my birthday-- Can we talk about how great it is? Awesome. It has really aided me in getting caught up!

First up, was The Walking Dead. Ever since we took our fall trip to Senoia, GA where they film portions of The Walking Dead I've wanted to see what the show was all about. Now, I will say it's quite gruesome and I have to shut my eyes a good bit (read: when it shows blood and guts). It has me locked in for the long haul at this point. I've watched all of season one, two and what has been released of season three.

Rick is a good man. I would follow him during a Zombie Apocalypse any day. I will say that Zombies are kind of ridiculous. They are the slowest, dumbest villains of all time. This fact makes the whole premise less scary. Also, if you watch this show... if they return from the mid-season break and kill off Daryl Dixon I will be done. He is my favorite character.

The next show I wanted to check off the list was HBO's GIRLS. Oh my goodness it is hilarious! It is right on as far as how girls really talk/act. It has the shock factor which, let's be honest, who doesn't love?

I've finished season one. Season two just started back this month. I can't get enough. Also, I love that Marni is played by Brian Williams daughter, Allison Williams.

Isn't she so pretty?

I watch episodes when she does crazy stuff and I think to myself, "I bet conservative evening news anchor, Brian Williams would not approve of this!" (like I know what Brian Williams thinks or if he's even conservative)

Finally, to wrap up my crazy TV show indulgence-- I've also watched one and half seasons of Pretty Little Liars. It is a teeny bopper show, but I love it! I love the girls' fashion and the fact that the story line can get pretty far fetched. Like seriously, just call the police already!

I want to know so desperately who "A" is. I'm addicted! WHO IS A?????

So that's what I've been up to lately! Don't be too jealous. Although, I'm convinced my lack of being able to eat has aided me in knocking off the few holiday pounds I may have gained over Christmas. Bright side, people. Bright side!

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