I think it's funny that, because as a rule people in high school are weird looking, filmmakers always hire much older actors to play those roles. I mean, am I really supposed to believe these people are high school aged? That guy is like 28!
Last night we watched a kids' movie that wasn't a kids' movie based on a book that I don't think was really a kids' book either: Fantastic Mr. Fox.
I definitely recommend it. It was very entertaining. Daniel described it as being in the "when hipsters get a hold of children's stories" genre (see also, the new Muppet movie). I read almost all the Roald Dahl books when I was a kid (maybe that explains something about my personality today, I'm not sure) but not this one. In fact, I think I remember a friend not being allowed to read it. Not sure exactly why that was... I can see it being a bit violent.
Finally, we're going to an open house at the local progressive elementary/middle school for no other reason than we are curious about it. Daniel knows a guy who sends his kid there and a woman who teaches there, so hopefully we won't come across creepy. It's never too early to plan for your kids future- even pre-conception! I sort of feel like we are that couple with the braces and the dog in therapy from Best in Show.
On the menu: The snow chilled out last night (and I forgot to start our slow cooker) so we went to Panera.
I work out: 60 minute vinyasa yoga class.
Bible: The Passover.