My daughter, Paige, called me on Christmas day and raved about this movie. I am not big into animation and said so. Jim, just refuses to go to animated movies. Paige said this had the best message of any movie she had seen in years. She said it is a tale of redemption and forgiveness. And it is.
It didn't take a lot of imploring to persuade Linda to go with me. We both enjoyed it tremendously, albeit while freezing to death in the theater. I highly recommend it (the movie, not the freezing) to everyone, no matter age. Not only is it a delightfully told and animated story, with great stars, it is truly a tale of love and redemption.
Today, after sleeping in until a decadent hour, I had lunch with my pals from Walworth. I got to know these dear women while I was filling in for the Walworth Library Director last year. Not only did I enjoy the job at Walworth and make some mad money, I was blessed to make some new and fast friends.
Stay warm, Jane and Dorothy. I'll see you in April.
Add to a late rising, lunch with friends, a haircut, an hour browsing in the library, 45 minutes on the phone with daughter, Gretchen, I guess I DO know where the time goes. Now, I hear Jim in the kitchen so it must be time for dinner.
I won't be posting again until Saturday as we are off to Pennsylvania to play with our relatives there for a couple of days.