But, through it all, I was able to set a goal for myself- you know, being the over-achiever that I am. My
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To watch the entire series of "My So-called Life" on Netflix instant. And not to brag, but I totally did it. At the end of episode 19 I was left feeling just like I did as a 17 year old- what happened? It was such a good show (besides that weird homeless girl/angel episode), had so much potential and some major unresolved issues. I declare a need for all of the actors to re-assemble and make a movie. To wrap it all up for me. Do Angela and Jordan Catallano end up being together, or does she go the better route with Brian. Come on! These are important issues that must be resolved.
It was so much fun to watch again. To see my entire wardrobe from high school (brown corduroy over-alls from Urban Outfitters? Umm, yeah, of course.) The funniest part to me was that I had no recollection of the parent story-line at all. I was so wrapped up in the drama of teenage politics.
Well- I suppose that's enough talk about how I spent my entire mother's day weekend. You know how when you're feeling healthy, a day in bed watching movies sounds like a dream? That you couldn't even imagine the luxury of that? Yeah, didn't enjoy it one bit! I wanted to be out at the parade with my people so bad! Eating yummy food. Playing board games. Just...being mama.
Lucky for me, that isn't relegated to just one day a year.