I didn't see the original Star Wars movies when they first came out. I wasn't really interested in the prequels - I saw them, but didn't like them. I honestly don't remember my first Star Wars experience. However, I will remember this one. I am now married to a full on Star Wars nerd. My husband was so excited. and I LOVED that. Maybe this is how people with children feel. I totally got swept up in his excitement. I had found these window clings and started a countdown on the bathroom mirror for him.
Guess who sat in front of us! The lady had crocheted a yoda hat for herself.
And that is all I can tell you about the movie.
I had hoped to see more people dressed up. There were a few. A helmet-less Vader swept by me on the way to the restroom. His costume was great - lights and a cape that would make Mary at Runs to Get Waisted swoon :) There was a girl dressed as Rey and a guy as a Jedi Knight. She didn't have a costume, but I saw the cutest little blond girl with Leia buns.
In health related news....I did not eat ALL my Milk Duds (or Milk Dudes as we call them) during the movie. This is what I found in my purse this morning. I really don't know what made them warm enough to melt. And yes, I know what it looks like, but it didn't stop me from breaking off a piece this morning.
I am proud of myself for finishing. I am proud of myself for all the days I did it even when I didn't want to. Thank you again to Desiree at Finding the Skinny Geek Within for such a fun idea. And, as always, a shout out to my Lovely Ladies and my husband for all their encouragement (and kicks in the hiney) :) Now I am looking ahead for ways to keep this good habit going.
Finally, for those who have ever wondered what is up Millie's nose.... I do kinda love this picture. Millie is a bit standoffish about having her picture taken (especially with my cell phone). This time she was a poser and I love her little eyes peeking over her snout.