Saturday, June 1, 2013

Baby Brain: The Help

My mother-in-law flew in to save the day. With Mr. Rogue in a neck brace, my scheduled c-section and a brand new baby we needed the help. So Mrs. Faith flew in from North Carolina to help us out for the past two weeks and she has been a lifesaver. She has been cooking, cleaning and doing loads and loads of laundry; basically an angel. Sadly we do not get to keep her forever and she had to go back home today. We will miss her so MUCH.


In fact without her we are a little worried we will be doomed!


There were two things that we had to wait to do until she left. One was order sushi, something Mrs. Faith won't eat. I haven't had sushi in 10 very long long months. Mr. Rogue found a company to deliver from one of our favorite sushi restaurants. The best dinner I have had in months! It was heaven.


The only other part that we were excited about we got to watch MAMA (Mrs. Faith isn't too into scary movies). Tim Burton is my favorite director however I am also in love with the producer Giuliani Del Tor, also the creator of Pan's Labrinth. The movie had a simple not over the top gory plot which is what I love in a good horror film. Plus it was filled with a beautiful blend of art, creativity and digital animation both something Mr. Rogue and I are into.


I especially liked how the producer stylized the monster Mama from the Modigliani painting he was terrified of that was hanging in his childhood home.



Oh and the actor that played Mama, a man actually, was simply insanely talented. He didnt even move like a person, it was completely creepy and surreal.



Jennifer Arens said...

The movie, oh hell no! Ever since I became a parent I cannot do horror! Paranormal activity, nooo!

paul peggy zeus said...

I told you it was a good movie! I don't like horror movies either, but this one's not too creepy and has a really strange ending. Worth seeing! It sounds like a horror movie, but it's only PG 13 rated and not gross at all.

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