Luke had a sleepover with a friend, and the three kids watched the original Tron movie for the first time. I hadn’t seen it either, and I watched it over my laptop screen while I worked last Thursday. It was was better than I thought it would be, and I wondered how it would have affected my future career in IT if I had seen it as a kid. Dave said, “Huh. I guess this movie is a little confusing.” He was exhausted from answered questions from all of us. I started off this blog post with the intention of making fun of the boys for being so into sci-fi, and then I glanced down at my super-awesome R2D2 shirt, and reread this blog post and realized a few things. I am as cool as an 8 year old boy. OK, 7 year old boy, since Luke ditched me at the bike park the other day and he is actually a lot cooler than I am. But I did buy my shirt in the boys department of Target. (Before I swore off Target wardrobe shopping, obviously.)
I always knew I was a straight -A student type of nerd, but I didn’t realize until recently that I was a “discussing the finer points of jedi training” type of nerd.
Happy 4th of July to everyone, nerd or otherwise!
It’s so ”IN” to be a nerd…
only I know the real reason. bwah bwah bwah bwah
new secret crush on jeff bridges
let’s rent ‘the men who stare at goats’ when you get back. ; )
Speaking of cool t-shirts, last Friday a girl at my work wore a Perry the Platypus t-shirt and I screamed “Curse You Perry the Platypus!!” She was surprised I knew who Perry was (duh I have a 7 year old son; plus I secretly watch Phineas and Ferb even when Curtis isn’t home.) Now I really want a Perry shirt!!