Tonight Bay cooked a wonderful mushroom bacon pasta white sauce meal that we had tried down in Virginia Beach back in September. It was to die for, which very rarely will you hear me say about any meal, as usually food is food to me. But that is another topic.
After dinner we decided we were going to watch a movie. We dug through all the downloads in iTunes and all of our DVDs and didn’t really find anything we wanted to watch. While walking down the hall I caught out of the corner of my eye an old tin containing what looked like hand written labels. I stooped down and opened it to reveal about 50 odd VHS tapes. I asked Bay if she still had a VCR, thinking it was a foolish question these days, but atlas she had a combo DVD/VCR player. After much searching we found a classic from the mid-80s, Ladyhawke.
Being the geek that I am, watching her painfully fast-forward through all the previews to get to the movie made me really be thankful for DVDs. When we got to the beginning of the movie I didn’t think I was going to be able to handle it. The image was grainy, the screen was bouncing all around, and the sound was horrible even for the small TV we were watching it on. But I will say that 20min into the movie I noticed I had adjusted and forgotten all about those things and I was enjoying Mouse escape the evil bishop and his men.