I think I shall call him McStupid

I just finished watching the Grey’s Anatomy finale (thanks abc.com) and I just have to say McDreamy is soooo McStupid. I mean, seriously, has there ever been a more self-centered, cocky, arrogant, demanding, self-involved idiot?!?! His girlfriend is finally functional and he’s pissed she’s too self-sufficient. He gets the job offer of his dreams and he gives it back, giving advice to his superior? Please.

I almost glad the show’s on hiatus for a few months because I don’t think I can stand to listen to him anymore. Don’t even get me started on Burke. Or Alex. Or George.

So heavy for PrimeTime

I can’t get last night’s Grey’s Anatomy out of my head. It was sooooo heavy. I think the last time I cried on a Thursday night watching TV was when Dr. Greene died. I knew George’s dad was going to die, but WOW. And the thing about the Dead Dad Club? Totally true. (I know this by association, not experience THANK GOD)

The other thing that got me, of course, was Addison’s abortion. Because, you know, babies can choose their fathers so easily. I thought the coverage of the topic was interesting–but even in this hypothetical situation, the fact that an abortion was the solution really bothered me. The older I get, the more pro-life I get. I can’t help it. It’s a baby, and while some days that’s overwhelming to the most motherly of mothers….it’s a baby, and someone, somewhere, would be thrilled to have that baby in their lives.

Ok, getting off my soapbox and back onto the show: also observed that it was interesting that there wasn’t all that much steam (or tension, really, snoring? who cares?) between Meredith and McDreamy, and yet the show was GREAT. And the farting in the hallway? So grade school, but soooo funny. And it was nice to laugh at something last night!

Sooner or later…

Apparently, the virus will be leaving later. The rash is just a symptom of the virus, or that’s the speculation anyway. It amazes me that in say 50 years of “modern” medicine, no progress has been made in the way of such things as viral infections. Ok, I know that’s not really true, but come on! I was talking to a co-worker last night (the one I’ve called now, six nights in a row to inform of my absence) and she said that she had a similiar thing every fall as a kid. She asked her mom, and she verified all the symptoms, and what the doctor said about each one. I don’t know if it’s comforting or not that the course of treatment is the same as it was in 1977. Seriously. My other consolation is that my friend’s son seems to have gotten the same bug–he’s 4 1/2 so he was only waylayed for about 5 days, but his symptoms were identical, sans rash.

Today M slept in (again) , logging a total of 13 hours of night time sleep. She was up for about 3 hours, drank a little, ate a little (she’s partial to bagels these days) and then was ready for a nap. She’s going on hour four of said nap.

I took this opportunity to watch a movie, Akeelah and the Bee. OMG, such a GREAT movie!! Seriously, check it out. Very upbeat, uplifting, cute and funny, clean, all around family fun. Totally good movie for all. Slightly predictable, but not annoyingly so.

Tomorrow L is staying home with M–so I can make an appearance at work, get out of the germ-infested house and go to a dr’s appt. You know it’s sad when you are looking forward to having an EMG. Ok, that’s a lie, I’m not looking forward to the actual shock-treatment like test I’ll be getting, but I’m looking forward to solving the weird sensations that have been plaguing my right leg for awhile now.

Not much else is new today. I missed the balloon launch at school–we are beginning to count down the 100 days to the 100th anniversary of the Montessori movement. We even had speical staff t-shirts made and everything. I don’t live far from school, but didn’t see any balloons in the sky at the appointed time. The school is working on getting the funds to send the entire staff to San Fransico in February, where there will be the annual professional development course as well as a centenary celebration. Included will be a trip to the grounds where the “glass classroom” was on display at the 1915 world’s fair. How cool is that???