Today is Monday Movie and my entry for day 15 for 29 faces.
Before I get to that though, I want to share what I got yesterday. We had to go to a store called Bi-Mart. If you remember the first Walmart that came to be, it was a little bit of this and that with a some pantry foods. That is Bi-Mart. We just needed a few things when Mr. M. spots a pot set on sale. I needed pots badly. Mr. M. says, " Happy Valentine's." I was so happy. We got the other little things when we just so happened (hee hee hee) to wander into the garden section. OMG! Set up for all to see was the perfect greenhouse. We walked inside and Mr. M. had plenty of head space. He's 6'3" The GH is 6x8x10 and has zipper openings at both ends with zipper air control flaps. I can't see how thick the poly is but at least a 6ml. There were 3 boxes left. Oh and the price was right too. Mr. M. looked at me and said "Happy Valentines." A worker came by to take the GH up front while we finished our shopping. I was (and still am) so happy I was dancing around the store.
Are these pretty or what? Stainless with copper.
I found this photo online. This is what mine looks like.
Did you get anything nice for Valentine's day?
Here is my face for 29 Faces.
Now for the movie of the week. :)
I was torn on which movie to share. A few of my readers are not into the scary or strange. However, I watched a movie on Prime that I actually had to watched twice. Remember I am listening/watching. The movie is called, "Marrowbone" it's the families last name. It is strange, and a bit confusing, especially if you are doing 50 other things while the movie is playing. (giggle) The movie seems like it is about ghosts in a house. That is not the what is a happening at all. It is about multiple personalities. I don't want to give away too much but.... the ending is superb. A loving, well written ending that made me WANT to watch it again.
I hope you give it a try.
It can be watched on Prime, Hulu premium and for $2.99 on Youtube, Google Play and Vudu.
Have a great day everyone!
Be Safe Out There And Wear A Mask
and integrity in art, in life.