Alethea & Athena (double_dear) wrote,
Alethea & Athena

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Taking it easy

Normally, we probably would have finally finished up our Universal Studios report today, but we had other things to do today. Namely, choir practice. ...Which I guess we've had for the last few weeks. But in light of our ridiculously busy work schedule, we decided to take more serious advantage of the day of rest, so, since we had choir practice, we decided that was enough extracurriculars. You wouldn't think sitting at the computer typing would take up that much energy, but since it's pretty much all we do all day during the week, we figured doing something else would be more restful.

So what did we do? We watched an old live-action Disney movie from the '60s called Follow Me, Boys!. It stars Fred MacMurray (the original Absent-Minded Professor) as a Boy Scout leader. ...And actually I feel like there was a lot less camping in it than even in, like, The Parent Trap. But that's okay, because it wasn't really about scouting so much. I don't know how to describe it, really, but we liked it, and that's the important thing.

And now we're going to see if we can make it to bed early so we can have that much extra energy to use on work tomorrow.

Today I'm thankful for getting to see Follow Me, Boys!, old Disney movies, also having time to read manga tonight, getting to listen to Out of Shadowland this morning, and Page being super cute on the spare desk.
Tags: follow me boys

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