On Our Second Date of Christmas
We cooked dinner and watched Winnie the Pooh (2011). Granted, this date took place at home, but we counted it as a date because
1. we cooked dinner
2. we weren’t in our pajamas like we are every other night we sit on our couch together.
This is David’s yummy homemade hibachi. That’s right. I can make something. And it’s delicious. Just ask David.
David and Ransom watching Winnie the Pooh. Aren’t the precious?
We rented Winnie the Pooh because we’d heard it was “aimed at our generation” and had “a great soundtrack” and other things of that sort. It was alright. The voice of Winnie the Pooh (and Tigger) were the original actor, but the other voices weren’t. Christopher Robbins voice was adorable. Eeyore spoke too quickly. Owl was a little mean and Rabbit wasn’t as worried as we remember and a little more selfish. But the movie was worth it because Piglet did a shout out to Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Art. Hilarious. And Zooey Deschanel sang the original Winnie the Pooh song, but there was a more musical aspect to this one that we don’t remember from the old movie or shows.
Overall it was alright, but not as good as we expected. The date, however, was outstanding. A very good way to start the weekend.
Happy Sunday, everyone! Go Packers!!