A Date with My Husband

My wonderful husband, Norm, took me on a date today. We had lunch at a nice little place called Frankie’s Little Italy and it was good. I had a croissant sandwich with grilled chicken breast, avocados and marinated tomatoes — delicious! Norm had a sandwich with salami and pepperoni which he seemed to enjoy as well. My sandwich had my full attention except for the time when Norm whispered a secret in my ear. (Insert girlie giggle here.)

After our delicious lunch we went to Arizona’s largest movie screen, measuring nearly 70 feet, at the Harkins Cine Capri at Scottsdale 101. This movie screen is so big that you feel like you’re actually in the movie while you are watching it. We saw Mission: Impossible III and it was a blast, literally! Nonstop action from beginning to end and a great ensemble cast. If I even begin to describe anything about the movie I would be spoiling it for you. I’m definitely no Cruise fan but this movie is good and the reason why is because of the entire cast and the direction by JJ Abrams. Definitely worth seeing if you like action packed spy thriller type stuff.

All in all it was a great date with my husband.


  1. Vanda
    May 7, 2006

    Of course I want to know what made you do the girly gigggle. Glad you enjoyed your date!

  2. David
    May 8, 2006

    Norma and I are going to go see it at the end of the month. The last day of school is a 1/2 day and we plan on going then while the baby is at the sitters. It’ll be a little date. I can’t wait to see it.

  3. March Hare
    May 9, 2006

    At last–a movie with eye candy for BOTH Hubs and me! (Tom Cruise may be wacky, but he’s so easy on the eyes…)

  4. Colin
    May 9, 2006

    I am such a conservative, I haven’t been to the movies since the Passion of the Christ. I so loathe Tom Cruise, who once kissed Saint(Satan) Hillary, that I threw away my copy of Top Gun.

    KAREN! The chicken breast croissant, with all of the great-looking, probably even TASTY, items on that menu? (I only BBQ dark chicken meat. The breast is akin to masticating cardboard, with none of the enjoyment.). I’m more in line with Norm’s selection. I would have chosen the Veal dish, though. (Can you tell I like restaurants?)

    Re: your April 29-McCain blog, you are so right on. He is so much a wimp RINO, as are too many Repugnicans these days. They so blur the lines of a real “Choice”. I love AZ’s other Senator, though. Mucho Mucho Cajones.

    Keep on rolling, Girl.