Life is good in general.

  • Work is good.
  • No love life to speak of but I have some awesome crushes and that’s all I can handle right now.
  • I’m catching up on Castle (Hi Nathan! I’ve missed you.)
  • I have great friends.
  • I’m excited for E-Fabulous who is starting her career change. So proud!

I’m looking forward to:

  • My trip to IL for cousin Jennifer’s wedding.
  • My trip to IL for the family reunion (wish me luck, I’m still working this one out).
  • The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner! (or Midnight Sun, whichever comes out first. LOL)
  • The Eclipse movie (leg hitch and tent scene here we come!)
  • The next Sookie Stackhouse book.
  • True Blood!
  • The next A Song of Ice and Fire book (please GRRM?!?)
  • Make It Monday (even those E-Fabulous and I had dinner last night, sorta, and will have dinner again tonight).

Dear Nathan,

I’m sorry to hear you didn’t get the part. That would have rocked. Don’t worry about me though. I’ll be happy to see Ryan Reynolds play Green Lantern, especially since it means it won’t be interfering with you playing Castle.

♥Christa

Dear Nathan,

It’s been a while. Rest assured. I loved every minute of Castle and might have gotten a little choked up when I heard it was renewed. Congrats on finding yet another great show. Further congratulations for making it out of first season. Finally, the witty dialogue you tend to favor, and the perfect way your deliver it, is getting a chance! May you have many happy seasons as Rick Castle.

That being said, if you get the chance to be Green Lantern, please jump on it. Go directly to the studio, do not pass Go, do not collect $200. And if you can get the fan who made this trailer to work on the film I’m sure Green Lantern fans everywhere will thank you. I, myself, have never been a Green Lantern fan…until now.

♥Christa

Thanks Jaronpitts!

Dear Nathan,

I suppose I could message you through MySpace (we’re old friends), but I’m sure you are slammed with comments and messages there after Monday’s Castle. I’m sure you’re looking for something more comfortable and intimate, like my blog, perhaps? I’ll cut to the chase. I loved Castle. I found the dialogue wonderful and witty and the story very amusing. You and Stana Katic have a chemistry that promises both hilarity and, well, sexual tension, to put it bluntly. I look forward to many more Mondays with you on my couch. I hope you like pepperoni pizza.

♥Christa

Dear Nathan,

What do you say we hang out on my couch Monday, March 9, 2009, and watch TV? I saw an ad for this new show called Castle. It looks really good. Can’t wait!

♥Christa