Hello, beautiful readers! Today started off a bit hectic. I had to drive someone I care deeply about to the ER today because this person is having some complications. For privacy purposes, I won't mention who or what he/she is going through, but it looks like he/she will be at the hospital for a few days. Unfortunately, the hospital and ER are full to capacity so there isn't a room to give him/her. Please send prayers and healing energy because this person needs all that can be sent.
After getting back home, I picked up my son and finally went to see Avatar 2! Oh, my gosh! This movie was AMAZING! The CGI was incredible. I felt as if those creatures were real. I was completely immersed in the movie and felt everything the main characters were feeling. My son informed me that there are three more Avatar movies coming (2024, 2026, and 2028). If they are anything as good as this one was, they will be worth the wait.
I then had a nail appointment, so I went to that for a little pampering. When I was younger, I had the horrible habit of biting my nails. Though I stopped biting them as an adult, one of the ways my anxiety manifested was by picking my cuticles. I wouldn't realized I was even doing it until I bled. I find that keeping them painted helps prevent me from picking at them. So, every other week, I make them time to get a little pampered.
Back home, I visited my other RRBC members' blogs and left comments. I'm enjoying reading about what my fellow authors' lives are like. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to work for my part-time job, which was a bit disappointing for me, but I'll get some hours in tomorrow, I'm sure.
Nor did I have time to work out, so I spent a few minutes stretching. My muscles thanked me, especially after yesterday's dive. I'm hoping to get a walk in tomorrow, but it looks like it will be another hectic day.
I ended the night eating dinner and watching Kaleidoscope with my son. I haven't figured out what it is I'm supposed to be figuring out yet, but the episodes we have watched have been great.
What movies have you seen recently that you think are worth watching? Share in the comments below. :-)