Tim brought K a copy of “Frozen” during lunch on Tuesday. You know the same day that my Facebook feed was filled with updates about buying it at Target and (okay, I’m guilty, I added a photo to the collection, see below… ) how excited people were to get their copy from the UPS guy. I wonder how many delivery guys got kisses on Tuesday. I mean, I know mine did. 😉
When K realized what her Dad had brought her she smiled hugely and said, “Dad, you’re awesome.” He really is. And he even admitted to purchasing our
soon to be over-used copy at Target too and went there because he needed more coffee and he knew there was a Starbucks there. Two birds, one stone, you know the drill. But wait, did he go there in his yoga pants too, like me? And buy 47 more things that the 2 he went in there for in the first place? It’s like we traded roles there for a minute. Scary. (he didn’t do that last part, so it’s okay, everyone calm down…)
Anyway, as you can imagine the movie has now been on an almost constant loop in our house the last few days and as much as I like it (and I do
did like it) I’m afraid I’m a tad bit tried of that one song and I really do want to be able to “let it go.” If you know what I mean…
I am trying to remember if there was anything I liked this much as a kid, movie-wise and it’s not coming to me. I guess movies just weren’t quite the big deal back then that they are nowadays, especially Disney ones. The first movie I remember going to see was E.T. And I was a bit freaked out by him, honestly. And then one of my brothers got me a stuffed “E.T.” for Christmas and I pretended really hard to like it.
I did go see “Beaches” with my friend Julie twice and the second time we sang to all the songs while in the theater. And it was not a sing-a-long like theaters have actually hosted for Frozen. No, this was just a regular viewing of the SADDEST MOVIE EVER! Sorry 1988 movie-goers.
But I digress.
K loves this movie but I am hoping this phase will pass soon, because even though Christoph and Prince whats-his-name’s voices are nice to listen to from the home office, I’m also kind of over them.
But wait! Elsa has a twitter account so I think we are probably in for the long haul.
And she re-tweeted me and suggested a jacket so yeah, we’re besties now.
Personally I’d rather be BFFs with Idina Menzel but this is a start, I guess…
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