Monday, May 24, 2010

There's nothing more irritating than someone talking during one of the most pivotal moments of television history.

LOST party last night was fun
(minus the annoying talking and my shushing those who didn't know what was going on and even shushing those that did.)

Our TV volume was enough to make your ears bleed, but I was in the zone.

A good time was had by all.
(The only girl there that was as addicted to the show as me and joined in on my shushing and one of my party-planning partners. Thanks, Courtney!)

Notice the name tags. Beau wanted me to be Kate ... Hmmm ... wonder why. It might have something to do with the fact that she's slightly gorgeous. I wanted to be Juliet which might have had something to do with the fact that Sawyer loved her ... hmmm. Ces't la vie. I was Kate and Beau was Hurley.

I don't even want to get into the details of the finale, but let's just say, I am disappointed.

The one statement I have is that it seems like writers that had such mind-blowing cliffhangers after almost every show in the series could have done better and not gone with what was predicted at the very beginning of the series. Sorry, writers. I'm not likin' it.

And, LOST characters, I will miss you ... for real.

Now, for the beach report.

My girls' weekend was awesome. I ate way too much and got a little too much sun.

The beaches were fine, minus the ginormous sand dunes you had to trek over that were meant to keep the oil and pollution that might wash up on the beach away.
(The view from my beach towel)

(A little closer look at the water)

The cutest one in the bikini ... our newest addition to girls' weekend.

Now, it's back to life as usual. My family needs toilet paper.

4 Comments:

Lois Lane II said...

I liked the finale. Well, maybe it was that I was satisfied with the finale. Hubby's having issues with it, though. He said he didn't watch six seasons of mythology to get dragged around by dead poetry at the end. Lol!

The Hat Chick said...

Are those cookies on that tray???

Glad to see the sand is still white and that you had fun at your Lost party.

the domestic fringe said...

Glad you enjoyed your weekend.
-FringeGirl

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

I'm trying to talk myself out of being disappointed with the ending. I'm glad that everyone found each other again. But was everyone in heaven? Were they in limbo? What?