true story tuesday :: trainwrecks, employment and inception.

July 21, 2010 in job,life,movie,true story,TV

Last night we went to go see Inception for our $5 movie Monday date night at Plaza Cinemas. It.was.awesome. I left the theater in tears from emotion. I seriously think that everyone should go see that movie.

True story.
Three cans of Diet Dr. Pepper in one day is too many. Even if you’re trying to burp ’cause you have a stomach ache. I found this out today.

True story.

I am loving my new job! But I must finally publish a post that I’ve been trying to write for a while about how {and why} I spent the last two or so months “seeking opportunities.” It is much more difficult to talk about that one might think.

True story.
I make BF record and then watch the Bachelorette with me. At least, I thought I made him watch it with me… until I asked BF to fast forward through a part that was annoying me {one of the many Ally crying moments} and BF said “wait, I just want to see what happens.” WTF?? For real?! So excited. Someone must be enjoying this trainwreck as much as I. 😉

True story.

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Amanda July 21, 2010 at 1:33 am

My boyfriend watching Bridezillas with me and we're about to watch Teen Mom!!!


Mrs. Lopez July 21, 2010 at 2:08 pm

Everyone keeps talking about how great that movie is. Think im gonna have to go see it.


Kristen @ July 22, 2010 at 4:31 am

haha I love the “true story” 🙂 And how awesome that you love your job!!


Fizzgig July 23, 2010 at 12:12 am

boys need girls as an excuse to watch tv they really secretly enjoy.

whats the shame in it?


Lil' Woman July 23, 2010 at 4:06 pm

That's awesome that he was so into it…lol


Simply Valorie July 27, 2010 at 12:45 am

I'm so glad you're loving your new job! 🙂


The Constant Complainer August 12, 2010 at 2:48 pm

Rachel, I was dying to see “Inception” and I finally made it there last Thursday. Wow is right. It was indeed incredible.

LOL on the Dr. Pepper. I once went for a physical and the doctor came in after reviewing all of the paperwork. And he was like, “You must have misunderstood this question – we were asking for ounces of pop consumed in one day.” I was like, “That is ounces” and he flipped out. So I've tried to cut back in recent years. LOL.

It's been nice chatting with you on Twitter and I'll try to comment on here more often moving forward, as I enjoy your posts.


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