Well yesterday was all about my hate for Shae, so on this Memorial Day, when we’re to be remembering those who have given so all could live comfortably, why not have something a little heartfelt?
I bought Frozen yesterday while shopping. It was the last one on the rack. I’ve had men in their fifties tell me I need to buy it. While veiled by “I watched it with my granddaughters,” when he found out I had no children he told me I still had to pick it up. So I did. Finally.
The movie was absolutely enchanting. Looks like it was based off a concept that was first created seventy years ago, shelved, and recently picked back up. They promoted the idea of waiting until you find the right one, not just finding the first one. The woman was goofy and the lead man was a little odd. The true love was not man and woman in the way you would see through old Disney movies. It was glorious.
I honestly think it’s the best job on dialogue Disney has ever done. The characters were gripping. You should all check it out.
Have a blessed Memorial Day and thank you to all the troops who have made our freedom possible at great costs.
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