RevGalBlogPal’s Friday Five

A meme for which you can blame no one but me:

1) The weather where you are–It’s raining men.

2) Where you are typing this–In my own little corner, in my own little chair.

3) Where you might like to be sitting if you could be anywhere–sitting on the dock of the bay.

4) A chore you have to do this weekend–walkin’ the dogs.

5) Something delightful you will do or would like to do this weekend-I love the night life. I got to boogie.

Okay, but seriously folks:
1) It’s grey and gloomy, much rain in the forecast.
2) Kitchen table with my trusty laptop.
3) Anywhere with Pure Luck.
4) Okay, that one was true.
5) Finally getting to see Serenity, with #1 Son (home for Fall Break) and #2 Son.

7 thoughts on “RevGalBlogPal’s Friday Five”

  1. It has been about a bazillion years since I’ve heard #2. I know exactly where that comes from. (sigh) Wasn’t Leslie Ann Warren young and beautiful back then, before she started playing the slutty/abused archetype?

  2. She certainly was. I wanted to be here when I grew up, unless I could be Julie Andrews. Did you know that Prince Charming later became Dr. Alan Quartermaine on General Hospital?

  3. I love the new version of that – Disney-produced, starring Brandy, so I didn’t have high expectations, but it was wonderful! Brandy was a terrific Cinderella, the Prince Charming (Paolo Montalban) should have a stage career as a romantic hero, and the choreography was fabulous (Rob Marshall directed – he later did Chicago).
    The weather where you are – Don’t know why there’s no sun up in the sky, stormy weather.
    Where you’re typing this – That office light doesn’t have to be fluorescent;
    I’ll get no pains in the head.
    That office chair doesn’t have to be foam rubber;
    So if I spread, so I spread.
    Where you might like to be sitting if I could be anywhere — Aruba, Jamaica . . .
    A chore you have to do this weekend — My baby leaves his trash all over the house.
    Something delightful you will do or might do this weekend — Won’t you play me the jazz hot, baby

  4. Genevieve, we loved that! The Very Little Princess used to beg to watch “the brown Cinderella.” She was comparing her not to Lesley Ann Warren but to the animated Disney Cinderella. I loved seeing Victor Garber as the Prince’s father.
    revmom, you would have to work hard to compete with me on trivial information.

  5. I can be whatever I want to be!
    I was a serious Cinderella addict as a child. Disney or Rogers & Hammerstein, either one. Haven’t seen the brown one! Hee!

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