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Last night Alyson, Cynthia and I went to see Sex and the City. It was a great girl's night out and I had a lot of fun! I enjoyed the movie, but there were some aspects of it that bothered me. I also didn't totally relate to them in their quests of love because they're all in the 40s. It's a totally different perspective on life than where I am right now. There are things they wore/did that I don't think people should do in their 40s. However, I think the average American woman wanted to see all the eye candy fashion, even if it's not totally age appropriate or realistic. (I may be horribly incorrect, but from what I've learned while at a fashion school in NYC is that a magazine such as Vogue would not put a 40+ woman in a white strapless wedding gown. And yes, all of that is integral to the plot, but I'm still not sure it would have happened...

But besides me being critical (as usual!) I did enjoy and had a lot of fun with Alyson and Cynthia.

Today I'm at work. Yey for short work weeks in the summer! One more day after today! Today I have meetings and I have to build a lot of sites. I hope to accomplish a lot.

I never got to do my freelance work yesterday. Either tonight, Thursday night or all day Friday - I will be doing a lot! It's great that I'm busy! I'm thankful!

Today the weather is dark and dreary. I hate days like this. However, the weather for John and Lisa's wedding is predicted to be 92! That's crazy. When Alyson got married in August, it might have been around 92, and it was hot! To have that kind of weather for a wedding in the beginning of June? Yikes.

Ok. Time for me to go back to work!


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Jun. 4th, 2008 01:32 pm (UTC)
I love your analysis - opinions and thoughts are what make the lj friends page so wonderful!
Jun. 4th, 2008 02:31 pm (UTC)
dude--what was with the feather/bird on her head in the wedding dress???
Jun. 4th, 2008 04:00 pm (UTC)
It totally reminded me of this:


We talked about that in my fashion history classes, about how big dead birds were like, all the rage. And when SJP was like "it was a bird" (oh, is that what that was?) I immediately thought of the 1870s. hahaha
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