Monday, March 31, 2008

Feeling better


It took quite a while to get back this state above, but we are soooo glad Noah is feeling better. Noah missed all but one day of school last week and ended up with an ear infection on top of his virus. It was tough seeing him so weak and lethargic, but he is making up for his lost weight this week with some healthy eating. I'm not sure that he will ever want to eat his Easter candy again and Camden is o.k with that (wink!)

We had a fun weekend watching both boys play soccer. We also enjoyed visiting with Great-grandparents and Aunt Wendy.

A different note: Brian and I watched "No Country for Old Men" last night and I have to say that it is a great movie that I hated every minute of!!!! I can see how it was awarded so many awards but it is a very disturbing, horrific movie. I could not wait for it to be over but at the same time I was riveted to my seat to see what happened next. Have you seen it? What did you think.

5 comments:

Rebeccalynn_dj said...

I hated that movie. I really liked it until it had not ending. I HATE WHEN MOVIES HAVE NO ENDINGS! It ended in the middle of the plot line. We don't know how it ended.

Anonymous said...

it ended all right. I just didn't realize the movie was all about the sheriff that whole time.

Rebeccalynn_dj said...

I don't know who anonymous is...but how is the movie about the sheriff?

3 Men, 2 Ladies & a Hound said...

Oh, thats just Brian, he was trying to be incongnito or something. The movie is all about the sheriff, and how his job has changed over the years from when his father and grandfather were sheriff. How he (today) is tracking criminals that are so different from years past. At the very beginning of the movie, this is set up, and then ends with him retiring. All the stuff in the middle is just to show how different criminals are today, and how "no country is for old men" like him.

Rebeccalynn_dj said...

Oh well it still was horrible then. Didn't the old man say that it was the same but different people.