Our Friday, February 17 showing of Veggie Tales latest movie Robin Good and His Not-So-Merry Men, went, well, merrily! Like any event with children, it was over before it began. I think it is safe to say that everyone had a blast!
A BIG THANK YOU to Jennifer Houck, without whom this event would never have been possible. We had a good time planning the event, and I believe we make a great team. (Never mind the list stuff we will do next time that we left out! You live and learn right? Stay tuned for next time on that one.) Visit Jenn’s blog at One Mom’s World. She often has great product reviews and even giveaways of cool products that you could win! Not to mention a beautiful family that I and my own are super fond of! I keep telling her she is kinda famous, and I feel my VIP status go up a bit when we hang out, but she won’t listen to me on that!
Here is a picture of some of my dear friends from Charlotte – Erin and Vanessa. They are the sweetest and most selfless people, who also by the way, cleaned the whole kitchen and did not let me help! In all the craziness, I don’t think I ever said thank you! Thank You wonderful ladies! You are so dear to me!!!!!
Oh yeah…in case you were wondering, here is the skinny on the movie:
VeggieTales movies are never one to disappoint and Robin Good and his Not So Merry Men is no different. Instead of traditional Robin Hood like movies where they steal from the rich and give to the poor, Robin Good actually fundraises from the rich and gives to the poor. That was enough to make me smile. In the end, when the Prince of the land starts taking the townspeople’s hams (lol, hams), Robin Good’s not-so-merry men decide to give stealing a try. Robin Good sticks to his convictions and casts his cares upon the Lord, trusting him to take care of the not-so-good situation. This movie is sure to make you and your children smile, not to mention teach a lesson about the power of casting our cares upon God.
There is also a short story before the movie about Junior Asparagus. He learns a lesson about the ever-forgotten leap year.
My personal favorite on the dvd is the “silly song.” I think it is Larry the Cucumber’s five o’clock shadow that does me in here. Ill let you see that for yourself!
What a great time this was! Perhaps the most interesting thing to happen was the leftover pizza I found yesterday in the church oven. It was 3 weeks old. It was surprisingly not moldy. Preservatives anyone?
We should be having more of these pre-release events in the future, so stay tuned. Josh and I also plan on renting out the Bob and Larry costumes for the next one, so If that doesn’t grab you….
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