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Project 52: A Movie Night

I don't know why I allow myself to pick out movies.  This last date night we watched Sherlock Holmes.  I had heard great reviews, but was disappointed; in the movie, not the date.  The date was nice.  Joel went out and got some Icees and snacks that included beef jerky and Reese's Pieces.  It was fun to have little treats with the movie. It was impromptu because we had gone out to Greenfield Village earlier that day and it tuckered the entire family out. 

I've really been enjoying our time together and knowing that Friday night we aren't going to just sit in front of the television with our hand-held devices surfing the web. 

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  1. I struggle to watch good films (always fall asleep half way through) so good on you for lasting a whole poor film. Love the sound of reeces pieces - will be on the look out for them. xo

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  2. I wish they had spent more time on the storyline and less time on special effects. It's supposed to be a mystery not an action film :) I'll gladly send you Reese's Pieces in exchange for Roses

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  3. we haven't seen it yet. my husband really wanted to watch it. i'm sure we'll end up doing this for date night one night. thanks for sharing!
    tiffany {Simply Modern Mom}

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