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» Sunday, March 27, 2005
Easter Rumblings
We're having a quiet day. I had hoped to go out to do something fun, like playing miniature golf, if Mountasia was open, but it was threatening rain most of the late morning, we had the tornado sirens go off, and now it is thundering and raining. Instead we slept late, had breakfast, read the paper, watched A Davey and Goliath Easter and Here Comes Peter Cottontail, and now I have Star Blazers on while I cross-stitch. I wanted to dub off more Remember WENN, but I can't take a chance of the power going off in the middle of something.

{Later: watched Hello Down There while James was making himself breakfasts. This is a silly 1969 movie with no redeeming social value (think similar to the cute Disney flicks of the late 60s/early 70s (Blackbeard's Ghost, The Ugly Dachshund, etc.) starring Tony Randall, Janet Leigh, Jim Backus, and Ken Berry, and featuring Richard Dreyfuss in a role he'd probably rather forget (his fourth movie appearance, and only his second billed appearance). We had Harry's Hellacious Ham for supper, with candied maple carrots and garlic potatoes, and strawberries and whipped cream for dessert. It's still thundering and raining to beat the band...}