No, we didn't trade Izzy in for a bigger model... although, she has the heart and attitude of a lion.
This is about the movie. Lion. The premise: a young Indian boy gets separated from his brother and lost. I won't reveal any more about the plot line, but it is a great movie. I didn't know anything about it, this was Joan's choice... it drew us both in. Two thumbs up.
We share a Premier Pass with Steph and Dan - with that, you get reward points, discounts on the over-priced snacks, but the best part: you can pick your seat and book the tickets ahead of time at some theaters. We have our favorites here - the AMC theaters that have the over-stuffed seats that recline and have electric footrests (think: Lazy-Boy theater type recliners). When we booked the seats last night, we had our pick of any seat in the theater. Joan said, "I wouldn't be surprised if we're the only ones in the theater."
By the time the previews started, there were about 12 people in the theater, most of them seated right around us. I guess we picked good seats. Yeah, that means we can't neck during the movie. ;-)
It wasn't "date night"... more like date morning/afternoon: the movie started at 11:00 am. Yes, everyone in the theater was around our age. We know how to party.
When we got back home (well, motor home), little Izzy wanted to go out for a walk. Then, a sit...
Some swirly clouds, looking to the southwest...
Another pretty day in the desert.