Eurydice (eurydice72) wrote,

What a fun, relaxing, non-productive day.

The family and I went out to see "The Princess and the Frog" this morning, as it's on the way out, and Alicia really wanted to see it. Alex wasn't so keen on the idea, but he walked out saying he liked it, so we count that as a win. A charming little movie, but man, the music was forgettable. I guess I just don't expect that in a Disney animation.

We did get to see a trailer for Toy Story 3, though. Definitely want to see that when it comes out.

After the movies was a trip to Costco. Note to self: don't shop at Costco without having eaten first. We spent far too much money, and bought stuff we don't normally because none of us had had lunch. Still, we did get a lot of necessities out of the way, and I won't have to make another trip for several months, which is always nice.

Then home to watch movies this afternoon. Craig wanted to see "Singin' in the Rain" the other day, so we put that on, and promptly got lost in it. Even Alex was laughing hysterically. I adore that movie so much. There's just a certain glee to musicals from the 40s and 50s that can't be duplicated these days.

I've retired upstairs, away from the temptation of TV, to finish the chapter I didn't finish last night. It's turned into a doozy, 6k and still counting. At least there's only one more after this.
Tags: life, movies, writing

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