Sunday, July 17, 2011

Contributing to the delinquency of a minor

I took my 18.75 yr. old son to a movie the other day. We both just wanted to see something funny, so after a Chinese lunch, we headed over to the theater to see a movie that looked good on the t.v.ads. I was expecting the somewhat raunchy type of comedy found in  HangoverI (which I thought was hilarious) and Couples Retreat. Yeah it's off-color, but I being the crass, uncouth person that I am, enjoy that once in a while. Don, on the other hand, does not appreciate anything "crude". So, I figured I would see it with Ty.

Let me tell you, it was very uncomfortable! I thought people must be looking at us, thinking "I can't believe she would bring her son to see this!" (they weren't). Granted, he is an adult and HE was laughing out-loud.  I felt HORRIBLE having taken Ty to see such a vulgar, crude, downright nasty movie. There was no nudity or sex, just the most vulgar, crude talk and situations.

I apologized to Tyler afterwards and he said that he knew I was going to say that.
"It's okay Mom, I liked it. Don't feel bad, I'm a big boy, now."
Yes, you are big and grown -up. And I still feel bad!

The radiation is going well. I will have a couple of exhausted days in a row, thinking "oh no! Here it is!" Then it goes away and I feel great! I think after the weekend, it kind of hits me harder on Mon. and Tues. But by Wed. I feel okay! As they ready me for the gamma-rays, they drape a small towel over my chest, then pull on the center to form a deep,"V" between my breast. The other day I commented that it reminded me of the deep, cowl necked  style of the early 80's, that is now back in vogue. That night I went to a concert with Shan and what was the lady next to us wearing?


Speaking of the concert, I love concerts! They are one of the joys of my life, occasions where I feel my authentic self, I know that sounds kind of silly, but it's true. The David Gray concert was wonderful, at Kingsbury Hall, great seats, lush sounds and creative staging, just wonderful!

6 comments:

Breezy said...

Having a son is the best.. you can always count on them to tell ya like it is.
The concerts sounded wonderful. One of the pleasures of life. I am happy you had good time.

Love ya
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lifeinredshoes said...

Bless that child, you've done well mom!
And I have a confession to make, I had no idea who David Gray is, I googled him :O

Not having many "authentic" moments lately?

just call me jo said...

I'm David Gray ignorant too. I must google him too. I don't understand why movies have to be soooo raunchy now. I guess because so many people are raunchy too. Your son is a sweetheart (but don't tell him I called him that.) Good luck with your radiation. You rock that coweled towel, lady.

Shan @ Design Gal said...

Thank you for inviting me to David Gray! I just love live concerts and his was amazing! Aside from almost freezing to death (aren't we pro's at this now? when will we learn to bring a shawl?) it was wonderful!
Love you Momma!

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Great post, what a wonderful son you have, took it all in his stride.

David Gray, bet that was a great concert.

Simply Debbie said...

I love a deep plunging cowel neck, the cut is so flattering!

Let's do lunch soon!