In random movie observations: Peter MacNicol in Ghostbusters 2 is freaking hysterical. Sometimes cable TV has a moment or two of life in it. Also, the third Friday the 13th movie--the one they did in 3D--is perfect for crap horror watching. I like identifying all the effects that would have originally been in 3D. And of course watching people die.
I went in to my doctor's for a liver function test and it came back normal. I feel incredibly fortunate--like I've made the right decision in *time* for once, instead of too late.
Tuesday will be 30 days sober. I want one of those little AA coins. Apparently in AA, your first day sober, from which you date your ongoing sobriety, is your "birthday." So my "birthday" is April 10.
I haven't felt much like drinking so far. I don't know what to make of that. Did upping my Prozac help, I wonder. Am I just riding a pink cloud for a while--when will it get harder? There's actually a risk when it feels too easy, because then you think: Hey, I can do this. And if I can do *this*, I can manage my drinking...once a week, only on Fridays... Etc. Which is where, previously, it's gone awry. So I need to watch for that impulse, among other things.
These people doing the Pepto-Bismol dance on my TV are creepy. It's important that you know this!
That is all.