Above is Larry winding down after the festivities and merriment of Christmas Eve. A family dinner was enjoyed, presents were opened and grandkids enjoyed the wonder of new gifts - especially, in Reid's case, those that included projectiles. Suzanne got a gas cooktop and a yard dump-wagon (center picture at right); I got a new stereo Bluetooth headset and a vibratory dry-tumbler. No, really, that was what we each wanted.
Suzanne & I slept in, opened our presents to each other and went for a late breakfast at IHOP. Our plan was to take in a movie, but Fandango would not open in order to pre-purchase tickets so we arrived at the local theater to find Unbroken sold out. Later we tried the dinner theater downtown, purchased tickets at the window and went in only to find but a single seat available, so the Christmas movie did not pan out for us. Finally on Saturday we saw The Imitation Game about England's breaking the Nazi enigma coding machine with Benedict Cumberbach and Kiera Knightly. That was good. Unbroken is still to be experienced.
I am still trying new show venues to find those that provide the most effective exposure for my works.