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Today when I got home from work I was glad to be home, but sad knowing that tonight is the last episode of The Office for probably quite some time.

But my F.H. John Krasinski knew this was what was going on so he made sure that when I got home from work, my mailbox had the Gap Winter 08 catalogue. (Thanks, GMMR!)

That’s definitely likely to keep me warm, too.

That is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen.

Love the clothes. Love the boy. Love it all.

And, darling, I love that you’re already dressed to go pick out our first Christmas tree and decorate it by the fireplace with hot chocolate. It’s sweet. And charming. And adorable. And I can’t wait.

Sesame Street, that is.

Not too long ago, John sent me a photo of Anderson Cooper with a couple of Sesame Street Grouches (photo pending when I’m not at work.). Aside from being the best picture ever taken, it was photographic proof that Anderson Cooper was going to make a guest appearance on perhaps the most influential show of my life.  As if I couldn’t love him any more…

(There was a good quality video on YouTube, but it appears to have been taken down. So, here we have this one which someone filmed off their TV. Until I find another one, this will have to do, but you get the idea.)

Also, as I was watching this video I was snookered into some other GLORIOUS Anderson Cooper YouTube videos when he is at his funniest and most ferocious.

Also, this week his special with Sanjay Gupta is starting on CNN, “Planet in Peril.” It looks pretty interesting, so maybe we should check it out.

AND, have you read Cooper’s book yet? I really think you should.

Happy, Happy, Happy Birthday to my darling boy, F.H. John Krasinski!

Next weekend, when I’m in Scranton, we’re celebrating by being really passionate about Italian food. For like 3908 hours. And then for the rest of forever.

A few months ago, there was no movie I wanted to see more than License to Wed, starring Mandy Moore, Robin Williams and Future Husband John Krasinski. Not like I was especially psyched to get out to see a formulaic romantic comedy or any Robin Williams movie, for that matter, but I figured there be some good, quality ga-ga time between me and the Mister.  And while there was a fair amount of ga-ga, believe me, this movie had more than enough gag-gag to last a lifetime, or at least until I can cleanse my cinematic palette.

Meet Ben. Meet Sadie. Watch Ben and Sadie embark on a typical, yet very sweet, movie romance. They’re young, hip and getting close to tying the knot. I should have known how incredibly doomed we were when Ben proposes to Sadie at her parents’ 30th wedding anniversary party after Sadie’s father gives a toast in which he thanks everyone individually for coming to the party except for Ben. Naturally, Ben decides this is the best time to propose to Sadie. Does this sound like a good idea to you? Not painfully awkward at all? Well, congratulations, Hollywood is apparently hiring. The awkward and painfully uncomfortable feeling of this scene stays with you throughout the entire movie, and we haven’t even met Reverend Frank yet.

That being said…

Meet Reverend Frank, who isn’t so much a Reverend as he is just Robin Williams, so I’m just going to refer to him as that. I mean, really, who are we kidding here?

Williams “plays” the inappropriate/unfunny/disgusting/Robin Williamsy Reverend of the church that Sadie’s family has attended and has a deep history with for many years. And while Ben might have been anxious to skip off to the Caribbean to get married right away, Sadie was insistent that she gets married in her family’s church, which means meeting with Robin Williams. Within a few moments of Ben and Sadie’s first meeting with Robin, they learn of the Marriage Preparation Course that they have to take, and pass, before he officiates the ceremony which is conveniently in three weeks. As one could imagine, the course is trying and to use a total cliche (and like you didn’t see this one coming), reveals the true colors of all parties involved. I’m not going to tell you how it ends, because you already know that part, but I will tell you that one of the final scenes of this movie is one of the most awful scenes ever put on film, on all counts. Cinematography, script, direction, acting, extras, catering. Literally, all counts.  Just awful.

I found License to Wed painfully boring, predictable, flat and most of all, uncomfortably immature. While it was nice to see cameos from three of John’s Office co-stars (Brian Baumgartner, Angela Kinsey and Mindy Kaling), it hurt me to see Christine Taylor so in need of a cheeseburger and a job.  But as expected, Mandy Moore is an absolute doll and Robin Williams continues to frustrate and irritate me to the Nth degree. All in all, I think I’d rather take a 3 dollar nap and dream about the Graham-Krasinski wedding than watch this movie again, especially since my dream does not come with Robin Williams narration.

Sweetpea, I know it’s not your fault, but I just didn’t like this one. It’s okay though. I still love you more than yesterday and loving you means loving you at your best and not-so-best. Which I do. Let’s just go to sleep and forget this ever happened and count down the days til Leatherheads.

Will you get Chinese take-out with me tomorrow from that place that stuck a menu in my door today and watch this movie with me? You will?! Wonderful!

Apparently it was released a few years ago, but comes out tomorrow on DVD! It looks Bottle Rockety! And it’s starring my Esposo Futuro Numero Uno!!

(Big thanks to Miss Melissa for sharing the following link!)

Check out these super cute photos of a very young, and still very adorable Future Husband John Crushinski. Gah! Those ears! How cute!

 Dearest!! My family might not approve that you’re a Michigan fan, but I’ll meet you at the altar in 20 minutes anyway.

At first I wasn’t sure how this one slipped under my radar, but then I realized that it happened while I was in Guatemala. And pretty much, this is unacceptable that I haven’t reported on this until now.

 This, being Future Husband John Krasinski had a ga-ga-ga-gooorgeous spread in GQ magazine.

This is how I feel when I think about you, too!!

Man in suit! Man in suit! Swoon!


More scans located here.

Hello, My Darling. I promise that when we’re married and living on our big beautiful, tree-y farm, we’ll have a basketball hoop in the driveway, and you can teach our children all the ins and outs of basketball. Maybe once a week we can have a family showdown and you can pick up Little Olivia June and help her slam dunk. And then, we’ll have BBQ and fresh-squeezed lemonade on the porch and watch the fireflies come out while Olivia and her sisters, Kennedy Jayne, Madeline Marie and Wyatt James (and their brother Will Sawyer) try and catch them in jars for night lights. See you then.  

Black. Red. Green. Blue. White. Three-quarter sleeve, full sleeve. Argyle, plain. Loads of ’em.

I even own *two* Cardigans CDs.

Does that mean we can get married now?

Being fully aware of the fact that I’ve neglected this little feature for the past few weeks, what with travel, graduation and finals… I had the best of intentions to bring my camera cord and uploading tools on my little journey and have a little something to deliver to y’all from my journey. Well, leave it to yours truly to completely forget her camera cord and be faced with yet another week of irregular Babble.

But, thanks to the wonderful people over at OfficeTally (I love these folks), I’ve got 20-something F.H. John Krasinski photos to share. (!!!)

Look at the snuggle-ready darling boy!!! 

Iain and I went to Newport on the Levee last night to see Knocked Up. Luckily, I was able to put away my soul-searing anger for Izzie Stevens to really enjoy Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogen as two good-natured, polar opposite people trying to make good with a baby on the way. The movie had the raunch and debauchery of a run-of-the-mill “frat boy movie”, but the sweetness and heart of solid gold that I especially loved in The 40 Year-Old Virgin. Judd Apatow is an incredibly talented guy who knows how to crank out the absolute best and worst of people in the funniest and sweetest ways possible.

Speaking of sweetest ways possible…

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