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Snow goddess

So!  We here at the Cat Farm did not get whacked with eleventymillion inches of snow, thanking all appropriate deities.  Conditions are currently sunny, but windy, taking the 24F/-4C down to 12F/-11C.  I have dealt with the snow on the deck and stairs, and cleared off the cars, noting that the amount of precipitation is so trivial that the plow guy has not yet made his first pass, to clear the (teensy, tiny) berm.

Now, I've had my first cup of coffee and a piece of 12-grain bread with butter, and I'm considering going to the movies.

Sadly, Frozen -- y'all talked me into it! -- isn't showing at the Waterville Cinema, having been replaced by Winter's Tale, about which I'm. . .ambivalent.  But! Frozen is showing at the Augusta Cinema, 30 miles thataway.

MEDot claims the roads are intermittently snow-covered, what a surprise.  If I go down 202, instead of risking my life to those who believe that one must travel at 85 mph on I95 no matter the conditions, the trip should be relatively pleasant.  Leave early, stop at B&N (conveniently located right next door) to sign Carousel Sun, if any, catch the early show and be back before full dark.

*checks wallet*

Well.  Hello, Mr. Jackson.

Hmmmm. . .


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Feb. 16th, 2014 05:47 pm (UTC)
Did you end up making the trek? I adored Frozen.
Feb. 16th, 2014 09:44 pm (UTC)
Just back -- and it's still sunny! Which is good. The road's gonna be bad, after the sun goes down and all those puddles and blown snow sections ice up.

Really tight storytelling! Doors! My ghod, how many doors? The Handsome Prince (tm) was Just Perfect, and the Selfless Act of Love? I kiss my fingertips.

Well done, people. Very well done.

Feb. 16th, 2014 10:50 pm (UTC)
I know! That climactic action just blew every expectation out of the water, if that's not too much of a spoiler.
Feb. 16th, 2014 06:07 pm (UTC)
I was a bit startled every time they broke into song (work on those transitions, Disney!) but man, they're all so catchy. :)
Feb. 16th, 2014 09:45 pm (UTC)
The breaking-into-song thing didn't bother me. Then again, my grandmother dragged me to Every! Dern! Musical! that every appeared in theater, so it sometimes seems strange to me when people don't break into song at emotional moments...
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