Hooray for snow days!

Here's one perk they didn't list in my benefits package, but probably ranks among one of the things I most enjoy: they (whoever they is) will actually close Army posts during snowstorms, and since I happen to work on an Army post, I sometimes get snow days. It's a wonderful thing, and I'm oh-so-glad it's not limited to students and those who work with them as a career.

So, my teacher friends (I have a lot of those) and I, plus one other friend who has yet to find a job, went to see The Chronicles of Narnia.

By the way, the movie was absolutely amazing. I'd heard it was amazing, and still surpassed my expectations. Definitely the best movie I've seen all year.

Heather says I should dedicate a blog to all of the crazy things my family does. I would certainly update it more often than my own, recent entries not withstanding. But, here you go, proof that crazy people attract crazy people for friends. I was telling my family about the movie, including my 16-year-old brother's friend Chris, and in particular I was going on and on about the amazing graphics, and I said, "If I didn't know for a fact that lions don't talk, I'd be tempted to believe it." Chris says, "How do you know lions don't talk?" I had no answer for that.

1 comment:

  1. I loved that movie oh so much! It really met all my expections.


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