Sunday, April 24, 2016

Review and more

Tomorrowland was enjoyable for both Hubby and me.
The story line kept us interested enough that if we had to leave the room we paused it and that says a lot for us, some we let go on... a Utopian futurist society was in the story line. I cannot tell you too much, but the New York 1964 World's Fair is also involved in the backdrop of the author's plot. I had been there; that is at the 1964 World's Fair with my X-BFF, we were great buddies then at fourteen or there about.
So it did touch on that personal fond memory as well. But the story is more about what could be and what actually is... if you missed this flick or saw it and also had mixed reviews perhaps it wouldn't hurt to give it another look-see. Darn good CGIs, computer generated imagery, and a lot of action scenes and so Hubby and I gave it two thumbs up! A family oriented film, thought provoking about the power of positive thinking, clean without any double entendre or cursing.

 Moving on...

Sleepiness is engulfing me these last two days, maybe due to the upping of my medication, the Gabapentin now at 1200 mg. a day.
I have been sleeping more than usual at night and napping during the day, probably a great idea, all bodies need rest to heal. Not that I am expecting mine to do that, since Multiple sclerosis is incurable, but rest is helpful and important to emotionally handle things better. I suppose when I lowered it down from the 1800 mg. all the way to 300 mg. it might not have been that great an idea, since this proves I needed the higher dosage.

Well, so I was wrong, I have been wrong before, nothing new there, ha!

Any-who, I did make soup today!
Wow, not just a can, my homemade with stewed tomatoes, emulsified in my mini food processor, I also have a normal sized one, tomato sauce, sautéed onions and garlic, they too were chopped in the food processor, dried oregano, basil, salt and pepper to taste, sodium free chicken bouillon, splash of lemon juice and a pinch of Stevia, my version of tomato soup. Not that long to make, but delish.
I felt so accomplished, since I have not been able to do this for a long time and poor Hubby again has been doing everything for me as well as the household chores, from laundry to cooking, fortunately diners have been picked up from so many of our choice restaurants of every nationality nearby helping the economy is how we like to think of it and gives Hubby a break, but he has been making all breakfasts and lunches until my soup today, so a yay, to cleaning to working on a new house project, thus his garage work!

On this note of that's the way we do life as we have to, allow me to be the very first to wish all of you a very happy healthy safe and peaceful good night, and ask you all to kindly count all your blessings and share all your overages with you know whom and we will too!

And next time please be here or be square, ya hear!
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