Sunday, September 8, 2013

hello, world

Well, I've seen I haven't been consistent in saying what movies we have watched. We're already in the E's! (okay, today will start our second "E" movie). I can't really remember when we watched these movies, but here they are:

Bad Teacher
Batman Begins
Battle: Los Angeles
Beauty and the Beast
Before the Devil Knows you're Dead
Be Kind Rewind
Black Sheep
Blades of Glory
The Blind Side
Blood Diamond
The Book of Eli
The Boondock Saints
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
Broken Flowers
Brooklyn's Finest
Burn After Reading
The Campaign
Casino Royale
Catch a Fire
Catch Me if you Can
Center Stage (I actually saw this movie 6 times in the theater!)
Charlie Wilson's War
Children of Men
City of God
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Cry-baby (another one for me....CRRYYYY BAAABBBYYY)
The Darjeeling Limited (I have the hardest time pronouncing this one!)
The Dark Knight
The Day After Tomorrow
The Departed
Despicable Me
The Devil's Rejects (our first out of order sequel...I can't wait until we watch House of a 1000 Corpses!)
The Devil Wears Prada (another one of mine)
Die Hard (4 of them)
Dirty Dancing (hmmm, who does that one belong to?)
District 9
Donnie Darko
Down in the Valley
DreamGirls (this may belong to me, but DH was sure laughing and paying attention)
Dumb and Dumber (I like it a lot)
Eastern Promises

Holy crap that's a lot of movies, but over the summer since my husband works from home on Fridays, we have 3 day weekends to just watch movies. Not so much anymore since the school year started and I'm subbing a lot more. Goodbye free Fridays!

Okay, in other news, we are now a greener home by getting solar panels installed! Now, they're just sitting on our roof looking pretty until the county inspector can come out to, you know, inspect the panels. Once that is completed then we send the okay to our electric company. They get to drag their feet for 20 days to change out our meter, and then we'll be producing our own energy! We're still on the grid so we're not free of the electric company, but they'll buy back what we produce so that our electric bills will be practically nothing. Exciting stuff!

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