I love movies.
My husband loves them too.
I remember when we were first married going to two movies, in the theater, in one day.
And we love all types.
We watch romance, comedy, action, drama together.
All of it.
One of my favorite things is to go to a matinee movie and come out when it is still light outside.
It always gives me a thrill to walk out of the theater into the light.
I think it has something to do with being so involved in a movie and coming out to the real world all lit up.
"Oh yeah. Real life."
I'm definitely not an expert when it comes to movies.
I can't tell you the actors or the year it was made or what awards it won.
And sometimes I can't even remember the plot that well.
watch purely for enjoyment.
I'd like to think we're passing this on to our kids.
We go on a date every Friday (at least we try to) and the kids take turns picking a movie to watch.
They love choosing movies from our local library or they pick something we have.
We've tried to introduce them to the classics like Davy Crockett, Herbie, Apple Dumpling Gang, Home Alone.
And on Sundays they get musicals: White Christmas,
Annie, Singing in the Rain, Annie Get Your Gun, etc.
Unfortunately, we can't show them too many movies from the 80's. We've
discovered that the language and innuendos are more intense than we
There have been sometimes, when the kids are on vacation, that we'll have a whole week of "Mom and Dad" movies.
I think this might be one of those weeks.
Saturday started with Support Your Local Sheriff.
Sunday was, Mr Blanding Builds His Dream House.
Thanks to our generous Aunt, we'll be going to Despicable Me 2 in the dollar theater tonight.
Any suggestions for the rest of Thanksgiving week?