May 30, 2008

Was it good for you? Oh yeah...oh...yeah.

Just got home from the day in the city (Seattle, that is) and I miss it already. Yes, it was wonderful. And not just because it apparently became the reason for Seattlites to ditch the fleece and sandals for pashmina and heels. I'll just leave it at that. No spoilers here, just joy. Sigh.

Okay, I can't totally keep my mouth shut! But still no spoilers. I think they picked the wrong wedding dress but I'll leave that in your hands. A few fashion misses, but a lotta hits! A few minor personal criticisms...but I love the ladies more than ever! Oy...I could bust! And, really, y'all can thank the Cosmos we all had afterward (How could we not?) for making me a bit more editorially subdued. Oh yeah...the Cosmos...they were flyin'! Cheers!

(What'd you think?)


  1. oooh yay, can't wait to see it! everyone seems to be loving it!

  2. I am trying to get my girls to dress as their fave character and they are fussing about wearing heels!! gah!! even *I* wouls wear heels to this!!
    poor poor me

  3. I wasn't able to go on Friday night but managed to get to a 10:15 showing on Saturday morning. The theather was about 70% filled and when it was over, the next group of movie goers were right outside, sitting on the carpet waiting for their turn to be dazzled.

    Although I felt the movie was a little predictable and the blatant use of labels was a bit much, I still LOVED the movie. It was so good to see the girls and NYC again. It was so worth getting up early for. :-)

  4. Have been reading your earlier posts and you are too funny!

    Glad you enjoyed the film. I'm going tomorrow.

  5. loved loved loved it! so much so, that i'm going to see it again on thursday night.

  6. How do, Ladies? Thanks for all your comments (sorry that it took me a bit to acknowledge that!).

    I managed to see it twice over the weekend! Y'know, just doing my part to help out "the ladies". I was told I was "pimping [myself] out as Stanford-for-rent"! Thanks...I think?

    Apparently, some guy here in Seattle dressed up in a suit, had flowers, stood outside one theatre with a sign that said "Meet your Mr. Big." I guess he got a ton o' numbers! Well, played ;)

  7. Oh we were able to see the movie and Mr. Big from Seattle on Friday night!

    Truly enjoyed it every minute of it and can't wait to see it again.


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