Media Morning

I’ve found the wee hours to be just the right time to indulge in my nostalgia for movies I loved years ago. A few weeks ago I couldn’t sleep and wound up watching Grease at 3am. Unlike If You Could See What I Hear, it held up great. I loved it just as much at 35 as I did at 15. Oh John Travolta, what has become of you?

This morning I got up at around 8, which gave me plenty of time before Damon’s first appearance. So I watched Red Dawn, which I am not afraid to admit I got from Netflix. I can’t say it’s a good movie, but it did keep me entertained for at least 2/3 of the run time.

Now I’m about to watch The Break-up. I don’t actually expect to like it a lot, but I think I might enjoy individual scenes.

I’m going to redeem myself for all this nonsense very soon by watching Jules and Jim, which I’ve never seen.

I shouldn’t neglect to mention that I thought the last episode of Lost was SO EXCITING.

But before I do any more media immersion today, I’m going to see how many cheese sandwiches one woman can eat. To toast or not to toast? I will decide on my way to the kitchen.

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28 responses to this post.

  1. I think an untoasted cheese sandwich would disturb my sensibilities.
    Do you like cinnamon toast? You strike me as a cinnamon-toast-from-under-the-broiler kinda girl.

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  2. I think an untoasted cheese sandwich would disturb my sensibilities.
    Do you like cinnamon toast? You strike me as a cinnamon-toast-from-under-the-broiler kinda girl.

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    • Once again, it’s like you have a little window into our apartment. You must, considering the cinnamon toast feast that went on here just a few days ago.
      I agree with you that cheese cries out to be toasted. But I do have a special love for soft break, cold swiss cheese and lots of bright yellow mustard.

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    • Once again, it’s like you have a little window into our apartment. You must, considering the cinnamon toast feast that went on here just a few days ago.
      I agree with you that cheese cries out to be toasted. But I do have a special love for soft break, cold swiss cheese and lots of bright yellow mustard.

      Reply

    • Once again, it’s like you have a little window into our apartment. You must, considering the cinnamon toast feast that went on here just a few days ago.
      I agree with you that cheese cries out to be toasted. But I do have a special love for soft break, cold swiss cheese and lots of bright yellow mustard.

      Reply

  3. I think an untoasted cheese sandwich would disturb my sensibilities.
    Do you like cinnamon toast? You strike me as a cinnamon-toast-from-under-the-broiler kinda girl.

    Reply

  4. I think an untoasted cheese sandwich would disturb my sensibilities.
    Do you like cinnamon toast? You strike me as a cinnamon-toast-from-under-the-broiler kinda girl.

    Reply

  5. Once again, it’s like you have a little window into our apartment. You must, considering the cinnamon toast feast that went on here just a few days ago.
    I agree with you that cheese cries out to be toasted. But I do have a special love for soft break, cold swiss cheese and lots of bright yellow mustard.

    Reply

  6. I love the marriage of tastes between the butter and the cheese when you bite into a grilled sandwich.

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  7. I love the marriage of tastes between the butter and the cheese when you bite into a grilled sandwich.

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  8. I love the marriage of tastes between the butter and the cheese when you bite into a grilled sandwich.

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  9. I love the marriage of tastes between the butter and the cheese when you bite into a grilled sandwich.

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  10. Amen. What’s your favorite cheese to grill?

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  11. Posted by Anonymous on November 12, 2006 at 8:40 pm

    Well, I love American for simple grilled cheese sandwiches and I like swiss for a tuna melt.
    I’ve found that SoyKaas has a fine “cheddar” slice.
    And I like tomato slices and pickle slices in my grilled sandwiches from time to time…I’ll also dip the sandwich in ketchup. Yes, I’m still 8 years old.

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  12. that was me…

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  13. I usually dip in ketchup too.

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