Vegas - Day 3
We even got to check in a few hours early so we just hung out in the room then wandered around in the hotel casino for a while. We'd had lunch at ESPN Zone so Steve could watch the football game.
We went back to the room, read and napped and we couldn't bear to think of food again. We did actually go down and get a NY pretzel quite a bit later, then watched another movie in the room, Whip It. It was okay, not great. We've been wanting to see another Ellen Page movie since we watched Juno around Christmas time when Steve's sister was staying with us.
O.M.G. I knew Juno had won awards and was a good movie, but man, oh man. I cried my eyes out - at Jennifer Garner's character, who wanted a baby so badly and was afraid the adoption with Juno would fall through. I adopted Simon 22 years ago but in an instant, I was back in those feelings of my own. I literally couldn't breathe. Poor Steve and Barb, not sure what to say or do, other than wait it out. My complete over-reaction (heaving sobs, people) must have had to do with the holidays or work stress or something other than the movie. Because pulease.
Around that time, we also watched the movie, He's Just Not That Into You - which I liked a lot. Steve liked them both too, though probably not quite as much as I did. We watch a lot of crime shows, so it was nice to watch some romantic comedies.
The weather has been perfect - sunny and in the low 60s. When we booked this trip back in October, we read that the average temperature at this time of January is usually in the high 50s. I was looking at the 10-day forecast today - it will be going down to the mid-50s soon enough. Vacations just always work out for us (except for rainy Maine).