Tuesday, October 27, 2009

After these messages...

I was listening to the radio this morning and a commercial came on that makes me chuckle every time I hear it. There are actually two of those going around right now. This one was for AT&T I think... it's the one with the guy who's sitting on his "lucky couch" to watch football and his wife is trying to get him to watch the game in the basement. He starts singing when the football music comes on, and it just cracks me up. "Game's starting now... have fun in the basement! Sitting on lucky couch!"

The other one, I honestly don't know what company it's for, but it's about a girl blogging about hanging out with her ex-boyfriend again. "What are you looking at? uh.. hermit crab! That hermit crab next to that hot girl? ...I didn't put it there!"

It just got me to thinking about all the other commercials I've liked in the past, and how I miss hearing them sometimes. I feel like a dork, missing commercials. But there have definitely been some good ones.

In other news...

Andy came out very well at his conferences last night. I managed to get out of work with time to run home and change into nicer clothes too. His teacher said that he's such a sweetie, and she's very happy to have him in her class. We had pizza for dinner to celebrate his good report. :)

Poor hubby is still sick, coughing his lungs out. So far I've staved off the sickness monster. I was planning on getting a flu shot at work this morning, but they ran out before I could get up there. Oh well. If I get sick, I get sick. There's not much more I can do about it except keep my fingers crossed and hope that if it happens, it happens during my week off. I don't want to miss any more work this year!

1 fellow footsteps:

Linda said...

There really have been some good commercials in the past, some of that have actually made me sit there and laugh my full head off. It takes real talent to make a commercial that one will remember as being good rather than stupid!

Congrats to Andy on his great reviews at the conferences - sounds like he is doing really well!