Movies and Marriage

I seriously have a movie problem..I love movies!

LOVE!!

I have girlfriends that I see movies with regularly and Kelly and I often go on date night too.

When I go to movies with my girlfriends I kind of come home with ideas for Kelly……

When I saw Country Strong I told Kelly that he should invest in a cowboy hat and possibly take up smoking.

{I don’t care what people say about that movie…I loved it}

When I came home from 17 Again I thought it would be completely appropriate for Kelly to go out right away and get a leather jacket and aviators…

{no judgement that Zac Efron is…ummmm…12….}

After Australia I wanted to special orders Kelly some chaps…..

When I came home from Kung Fu Panda I knew that Kelly needed some martial arts classes…..

OK….that one is not true…but who wouldn’t want THOSE skills????

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  1. Elaine/TinkerVerve

    I LOVE movies too…I rarely go to a theater {I’m about 1 1/2 hours from the city} but when I do it’s such a treat. I have a nice collection at home. When I’m making my charms I have them going and repeat my favorites over and over again….

  2. amy

    at the title…i knew this was going to be funny! loved australia! i must see country strong.=) loved this, jeanne!

  3. Leah C

    Oh how I love this post! I thought Australia was an amazing movie! Just wish my hubby could “channel” Hugh Jackman a bit 😉

  4. MJ

    Yep, me too. LOVE movies. In fact, I hardly watch tv, unless there is a movie on. BTW, did you see
    “no strings attached”? Loved that one too! So glad Natalie Portman won best lead actress!!

  5. LuLu

    too cute! big movie fan and loved watching the Oscars last night… oh the outfits i dream of wearing!!
    xo,
    LuLu

  6. Sherry Williams

    That is hilarious about you wanting your husband to be like or have something you loved about the movies. I love it!!
    I can totally relate. While my husband was in Iraq the first time, I read a couple fiction books about cowboys, their lives, love stories etc. I just loved the idea of cowboys for some reason. I am telling you I kept thinking of my how nice it would be for him to be like that. The funny thing was, without sharing this secret, he came home over a year later…listening to country music (which in all our years married we had never done)and wearing a cowboy hat when he went fishing…..it was just the best silliest thing. I told him I had daydreams of him as my cowboy and he came home as just that. God surely made that happen. 🙂
    I am so happy you said this, it gave me the biggest smile and a reminder of my own memories. Thanks.

  7. emily ruth

    love this, love how movies do this to us & love your words…always.

    (& thanks goodness zac ephron turned 21…much less guilt for the over 30 ladies 🙂

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