Thursday, January 31, 2019

Baby, It's Really Cold Outside!

Began a cold morning with a breakfast and a quick Valentine's Day special. Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You has Pooh and the others looking for Christopher Robin to find out if he gave Pooh a valentine. Christopher Robin's busy making a valentine for a girl he likes, to the surprise of the others. Owl tells them he's been bitten by the "smitten" bug, and that the only way to cure him is to find another bug to bite him. They search all over the Hundred Acre Woods for the "smitten" bug to bring their friend back.

Jodie, who needed to pick up some stuff for Dad, drove me to work. It could have been a lot worse. It was very cold and breezy, barely in the teens, but tolerable when you could get into the sun. I mostly alternated between hanging gift cards and shelving candy inside and doing the carts and trash and recycling outside, but I did end up in the register for a little while. We never really got that busy, but there were two call-outs.

Went straight into writing when I got home. Han's not too sure about it, but he, Luke, and Leia do rally the others to join them. They now rob every Norman noble who comes through, taking their gold and giving some to the poor, some to a fund to rescue King Bail, and some to pay for nobles who lost their lands to the Normans.

Broke for dinner at 6:30. I ate leftovers, then made Carrot-Apple Muffins while watching the other Winnie the Pooh Valentine's Day special. Actually, it's an episode of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Rabbit insists on making it "Un-Valentine's Day," canceling the holiday to try to stem the tide of valentines given the year before. However, when someone gives Pooh a pot of honey with a note on it, he decides he has to do something in return...and soon enough, there's raspberry cakes flying all over the Hundred Acre Woods and Pooh going around dressed as a mail box. Rabbit finally decides that it's safer to put on a romantic play for Christopher Robin. But who did send Pooh the original jar of honey?

Ended the night with the two made-for-TV High School Musical films, which I go into more detail on at my Musical Dreams Movie Reviews blog.

High School Musical & High School Musical 2

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