My mother would always say that to my father when he called on the phone or came home. I had no idea, as I was a child, that the saying originated from Tron. I won't give away too much of my thoughts concerning the film Tron: Legacy (follow link for review), but I will admit that I enjoyed the film immensely. Two highlights: Daft Punk & Garrett Hedlund's performance, but the visuals were also quite stunning. Aside from that, my day was rather uneventful. I had a dickens of a time finding a Lamps Plus store so I could obtain a chair that I saw in an advertisment, which is something I have been seeking for a lengthy period of time. It is so difficult to find something you desire at the right price. God dropped this chair right in my lap and it's on sale to boot! I was very happy, but they didn't have it in stock when I went there, so I have to go and pick it up next week. Bummer, but the living room is all re-arranged for it when I bring it home. Can't you tell I have no social life whatsoever. This past week I am going to accept as being plain off where my writing is concerned. I have wanted to write and plenty of it, but circumstances have just gotten in the way. Bummer again. I don't know how next week is going to shape up, but I am going to try and get some writing done. 8 Days until Christmas; ONE week until Christmas Eve! A Christmas memory that I recall is....When in highschool I played Mr. Scrooge from Charles Dicken's "A Christmas Carol." It was so much fun playing Scrooge, that is until he got all giddy and happy; I liked being the mean old miser. I remember during rehearsal I tried to do a back flip for some odd reason and ended up landing on my head. It was a rather horrid display and headache, but the performance was excellent. It was nice being the star of the show, and I had the gray hair to prove it; literally.