This is the room we stayed in. There is an orb in the picture. Spooky French Quarter. It was the coolest room at Place D' arms. It had a huge bathtub. Some of you may know about my current bathtub situation, so this tub time was a treat. We also went on a tour of the Cemetery where the voodoo queen Marie Laveau is burried. My point in bringing up our New Orleans rondevu is that we were able to see the film, Two Days in Paris. I loved it. And glory be, this movie was one of the trailers.
If you loved Amelie and enjoy Mark Rydens paintings, you'll like this light hearted fairytale. It was a fun treat. I would love to take the Young Women in my ward to it. You leave the theater feeling a bit better about who you are. I also left the theater wanting Penelope's wardrobe. TOO CUTE.
Dan and I saw an exhibit of Mark Rydens paintings at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle. I love the use of color and detail. They are really interesting to look at because you see things that are so unexpected. I think the most detail that is Mark Ryden like was in Penelopes room. I wish I could live in that room. All she needed was a pair of roller skates to roll around on.