The most recent link to Twilight happened on my drive home from work tonight. I was literally five minutes from home. Five more minutes and I wouldn't have been reminded of mmMoxie's favorite word for Drunk Mad Libs on Friday nights at Twilight SagaPalooza. Five more minutes, and I wouldn't have been reminded of the new phrase given to my beloved Robsten by mmMoxie, Mrs. P, Poptarrt, and Stoney. Five more minutes and we wouldn't have had tonight's . . .
Music to scroll by
Shortly after the Haiti telethon, I saw a new billboard sign and my mind processed "This Beard's For You" due, I'm sure, to the debate over the full beard Rob was sporting when he finally came out of hibernation.
What it actually said was "This Board's For You" because they were looking for advertisers.
Then I was at church and the bulletin was touting the S.P.L.A.S.H. program. The header was correct, but in the next paragraph, they referred to it as . . . you guessed it . . . S.L.A.S.H. Not that I know what that means ; )
Then I was listening to one of my favorite CDs by the band Matchbox Twenty and it dawned on me that the lead singer and our boy have something in common.
Rob(ert) Thomas . . .
meet Robert Thomas Pattinson.
I went to a Super Bowl party on Sunday hosted by my oldest niece and her new husband. Naturally, half the fun of Super Bowl Sunday is watching the multi-million dollar commercials. I got a few laughs and a LOT of eye rolls when I could link all of the following back to Twilight.
The Last Airbender TV Spot –
featuring our very own Jackson Rathbone
This one is for all of us now suffering from Jacksonitis,
a symptom first diagnosed by Sista Sarah at SoTwired.
Then there was this commercial featuring a singer who shall not be named, who was also front and center in Mrs. P's YouTube Video Contest. The voting has ended, and the lucky winner will be announced on her TwiBite blog on February 10th. Posting this is a true testament of how much I value being her Super Bloggy BFF.
There was a Showtime commercial for Nurse Jackie, a show that features our very own Peter Facinelli.
Not only do I need to order Showtime, I need to order this movie on Netflix.
(I about crapped when the girl said her name was Danica,
the same name I gave my daughter!)
Hello, Peter ; )
This last Twiobservation also happened on my drive home from work tonight while I was thinking about putting this post together. I was flipping channels and a news report about Kingsway Cathedral in Des Moines, Iowa, came on. The roads were bad, and I had to keep both hands on the wheel at the time, or I would have missed it. What caught my attention you ask? The building is 108 years old and was just named to the historical registry, saving it from demolition – the same age as someone else we've all come to know and love. (Click to enlarge.)