This is my best faking-sadness-right-now-face. Highly attractive, right?
But really, I am so emotional today, and I don't know why. I cried twice (partly out of sadness and partly out of anger) over the Gosnell trial (if you don't know what it is, an abortionist is standing trial for 7 cases of first-degree murder because he butchered third-trimester infants after they were born [and most of the news media has been silent on the trial]...you can read more here. Be warned, though, it is extremely graphic). I cried after practicing the piano for playing the prelude at my grandpa's memorial service tomorrow, because I wished he could hear it and I know he would enjoy it.
Ok, so those are reasonable grounds to cry.
But then I almost cried four times while watching Tangled. FOUR TIMES.
I've seen Tangled close to a million times and I cried the first and maybe the second time I saw it, during the lantern scene. And maybe during the Flynn-being-sacrificial scene. But getting teary-eyed over it (and other scenes that never caused me to blink an eye) now?
I had to run to the bathroom and take a pregnancy test. It was negative. But I had to make sure! I'm rarely this emotional. Do you guys ever take a pregnancy test just because you're feeling more emotional than normal?
Maybe it's the weather...it's been so cloudy and rainy and grey over the past week.
But whatever the case, I feel like having a really good, long cry. I haven't seen Les Miserables yet, and I've really been wanting to, and we have the Blu-Ray just waiting to be stuck in the player. So maybe I'll watch that tonight.
What do you do when you feel like crying?