Saturday, December 22, 2007

National Treasure - Book of Secrets

We just returned from a delightful evening started off by a great time with my friend, Martin Whipple, and his family from Enid. Martin and I went to kindergarten together and then he & his wife, Linda, and I all went to high school together. After lunch, they went on to celebrate Christmas with his parents. We, on the other hand, we to to Muskogee to see National Treasure - Book of Secrets. It was a really fun movie.

It is a great family movie; there isn't anything too objectionable and nothing to worry about with your kids sitting next to you. There was lots of action, excitement, and, of course, it left it open so that there can be a National Treasure 3. We all agreed that it was as good, if not better, than the first National Treasure.

After the show, we went for a quick bite (fast food) then took a tour through Honor Heights Park to look at their hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights. It was truly spectacular. Something that we'll be doing for years to come.

We were just a tad sad, however, as we learned that it snowed while we were in the movie and we missed it. When we woke up this morning, it was 51 degrees. When we got home just now, it was 29. Welcome to the first day of winter!

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