The movie about Lizzie Borden was on this past Saturday night. I hope that everyone forgot about it and you missed it because it was dreadful, simply dreadful. Since I recall how well done the movie was from the 70's with the lead being played by Elizabeth Montgomery, I thought that this might be an interesting one to watch but I was wrong, dead wrong. Besides it almost being "campy" at times, there was a modern soundtrack to it which made it appear that we were supposed to be "cheering" for the woman who murdered two people. Please note that this is how it was portrayed in the movie, Lizzie Borden was found INNOCENT of the murder charges by a jury of her peers.
On the day after this movie was aired, the Grammys were shown. Well. From the bits that I have seen on TV, I am happy that I forgot that it was on and didn't watch it!
Today, our temperature was 59 degrees but that wonderful cold front from the North Pole is headed our way and it is expected that tomorrow the high will only be 28 degrees AND they think that we will get snow! Hurry, quick...must run to the store and buy bread and milk! I don't know why this is but in the South, that is what people do! Isn't that funny? Perhaps, there is a memory there somehow, that has been passed down to us in some kind of way...that in days past, during snow or ice there was hardships involved and that is why we feel compelled to buy these items.
We had a snow three years ago and it stayed on the ground for a whole week! And hey, presto...I am three years younger! (I miss those sunglasses, my Dad's dog chewed them up recently, oh well.)
I will let you know how we come out with the SNOW situation! So grateful to live in Georgia after seeing all the snowy, icy scenes from the rest of the country!
Just spoke with my Dad and he is enjoying a movie, waiting for the snow...it is the film, "Ice Age"! You know the one, the animated movie that the kids love? That's the one! That's my Dad!