After completing three-and-a-half laps, I decided to stop. Then I saw Zahra' sitting at one of the benches. Just like me, she has had enough. While waiting for her dad, we chatted a while and being the scrapbooker that I am, I whipped out my camera. Naturally, Zahra' groaned - not again. Fortunately, I managed to get 30 shots of her and I told her not to look into the camera for a change. I just wanted to try taking portraits from different angles.
As soon as her dad arrived, we proceeded to walk towards Suria KLCC to have our breakfast. On the way, hubby told me that Zahra' wanted us to watch "Insidious Chapter 2". I was mortified and started making noises. Off course, Zahra' wouldn't hear of it. In the end I gave in and just followed along.
While hubby bought the tickets, I took Zahra' to Skechers (first time for her) to show her the shoes on display. Since Zahra' has low tolerance on shoes, she ended up selecting five shoes for me to buy later for her.
At 11:40 am we walked to the cinema to take our seats. There were just a handful of people in the cinema and majority were ladies. I would have expected a lot of screams but most of the loud frightening voice came from my right. You guessed it. From my little darling, off course.
Overall, I would say the movie is not so overwhelmingly scary neither is it too bloody gory and with a few heart stopping moments thrown in for good measure. The connectivity of the stories from one scene to the next was very well done and I end up feeling satisfied watching it. Good watch, just don't expect too much.
A couple of things I learnt:1) Spent some quality time with my two dearest ones (at the expense of my scheduled housework and layout that is still staring at me to be completed) even if it is just a movie.
2) Applied one of the chapters from the book "Don't Sweat Over the Small Stuff ........" and that is forget about your housework when your child is pleading for your time to spend together. Just like what it was written, I really felt good. Hmm....when was the last time we watched a movie together?
3) From the movie - mothers must try not to be overbearing and/or controlling over their child. The child has a right to be who she or he wants to be; not what the mother wants her or him to be. A little control exercised is healthy but don't overdo it.