Saturday, November 22, 2008

Waking Up Isn't Hard To Do

When I posted on Tuesday during the day, I thought we were back on Seattle time. I should have known better. Michal wanted to see the new 007 flick, A Quantum of Solace (better known to me as A Quantum of Toast - German joke). We went to the 7:15 show on Tuesday night, and as soon as they turned the lights down, I got sleepy. I made it through the previews and maybe 30 minutes of the show, but then managed to sleep through most the rest while trying to stay awake. If I can sleep through those loud action scenes, I can sleep through anything. I must say the theater offered much more comfort than the planes, though.

We're waking up fairly consistently around 7 in the morning, which is actually quite nice. I'm not sure how long it will last.

In other news, Michal gave me flowers for our "anniversary" on October 29th before we left for Europe. When we came home, they still sat in the vase on the table. We both had to touch them to make sure they were real (they are) because they looked as nice as the day he brought them home. I'm not sure what kind of process colors them (I'm sure it's dye of some sort) but it works to preserve them as well. They still look just like this picture, which was taken on Nov. 16th.

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