Breakfast of yogurt before snuggling up with the puppies to watch “Marley and Me”
It was probably a good thing that the puppies dozed off before the end…spoiler alert, Marley didn’t make it. There wasn’t a dry eye in the household by the time the credits rolled.
Finish my “Foreign Agent” spy novel and take a dip at Gramma’s
I was down to the last 73 pages and Scott Harvath still hadn’t managed to save the world, but, by the time we were packing up to leave Gramma’s pool, Scott had accomplished his task and my tan was looking pretty good.
Catch a movie
After checking through all the movie listings and coming up with several holiday weekend movie choices, one of which received a 22% of a rotten tomato rating along with the following quote: “worst film I’ve ever seen considering the unexpected horrible death that blindsides, the mediocre acting, the implausibility, and the completely impossible flawed storyline.” and with other selections like Captain Underpants, Cars 3 or The Smurfs, we opted for “Baby Driver” which Frank had said was “pretty good.”
We hesitated on that recommendation because with the word “Driver” in the title TWWNCNBUIP was worried that it might be a car chase movie, however, Frank assured us that while there may be a car chase or two, that wasn’t the main thrust of the movie. So we picked up Gramma and headed off to see “Baby Driver.”
After the opening car chase, the car chases in the middle and the one at the end, there was a nice relationship that developed between the young man and a sweet girl, what else could you ask for in a movie? And the hot dogs and popcorn were the perfect lunch for a Sunday afternoon.
I’m now back at the ranch cueing up the latest episode of the Outsiders …. all in all – a good day
we are still talking about Baby Driver
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