In this scene, Kate's character Rose is trying to commit suicide by jumping off the back of the ship. Jack (Leonardo's character) is there just in time to try to rescue her and tries to distract her by making conversation. They get onto the topic of ice fishing (well Jack does) and he tries to explain to her what it is. She gets pretty ticked off that he would assume she doesn't already know what that is (even though she's wearing an extremely ornate gown and her hair (which has somehow withstood the moisture in the air and 60 mph winds) is neatly done up in perfect curls). Oh and her make-up looks ridiculously fresh consider the distress she's in.
This week we found out that The Chubs is (for now) more of an "indoor girl". We tried several times to take her outside to enjoy the warm weather. It was a little too bright for her taste. Her eyes were almost closed shut, and she squirmed and squirmed from being held. I also don't think she was digging the wind. So she spent the majority of the time in AZ doing this:
(smiling and laying on a spit rag)
For some reason in the last week or two she has become so interactive. We notice her looking around a lot more and finding people in a room, making eye contact with even strangers, and smiling SO much more. She's gone from mostly an observer to an active participant. Of course, this is all on her terms.
(oops, how did that one get in there?)
So far, we don't anticipate any Iron Mans for the Senorita, but Dad is hoping that some hiking, backpacking and skiing is in the future for our little princess and I hope so too since I also love those things. She has plenty of time to acquire a taste for the outdoors though, and until then she can watch movies, go shopping, eat bon bons and get her nails done with me.