Thursday, January 01, 2009

What's In and What's Out for 2009!

I just read the Washington Post’s article on “What’s In and What’s Out for 2009”? I guess it’s no surprise that Jon and Kate Plus Eight is out! They actually moved from our quiet little town, so they are no longer our “neighbors.” Having the street back to normal is a great relief to all; no more traffic jams in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.

But I was disappointed that Rick Warren was voted out! C’mon…I just bought the “Purpose Driven” office calendar for 2009. Personally, I don’t think that Rick is ever going away (or the principles that he stands for). Don’t they know he’s giving the invocation at the inauguration? I'm still waiting for my tickets to arrive in the mail (if you know of their whereabouts please let me know).

The greatest disappointment of all was “Mamma Mia!” is out. No way, no how. My hubby is watching it downstairs right now as my little fingers dance on these keys. Jon can’t stand it, so he fled to the basement to escape the “noise.” I for one will never, ever depart with my DVD. It’s here to stay…at least in our house (sorry, Jon!).

There you have it…what’s in and what’s out for 2009! I'll let you know what's "on and off" my list for 2009 next time we "talk."

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Flea said...

Mamma Mia was an adorable movie, but I wasn't fond of the message it sent. Definitely not for teen girls. I loves it, though. Except where Pierce Brosnan sang. That was just too much. Way too much. You enjoy it again for me, okay?

Connie Pombo said...

Yep, I have to agree. Pierce Brosnan needs singing lessons (I put in my earplugs and close my eyes every time!). Who told that guy he could sing?!?!? I agree about the message to teenage girls (scary). I think I love it so much because it brought back warm memories of Sicily...I'll have to post a picture of what I'm "talking" about!


Flea said...

Aaahhh. That would make sense. Visually it was beautiful.