Brother Ewell provides a service for the community for Senior citizens and the Food Bank.
Every third Wednesday at Roseburg Cinema is a free admission to Senior Citizens (or persons over 50) although encouraged to bring a can of food.
I've never been to one until this morning. Usually I forget - or just haven't gone because it's Jenna's early day.
Movie is scheduled for Friday afternoon - except for summer. The show starts at 10:00 a.m. but we were told to be there at 9:00.
So apparently the audience members have a half hour to visit with one another before Bill (or Marilyn) gets up to make announcements and introduce someone in the community and give out free prizes to matching ticket numbers given upon entering the theatre lobby.
Roland took the time off to go with me. I don't know if we'll be going again. I don't think I will this summer anyway. Maybe after school starts. We'll see.
This month's feature was "Me Before You". I loved the character that Emilia Clarke portrayed. Lou Clark (the main character) appeared to have come from a poor background, but had a healthy attitude and happy heart. I liked that she was happy.
I understood Sam Claflin's character to a degree, but would have liked to see him be more accepting about changing and not be so bitter about losing what he considered his character and identity.
Lou's boyfriend seemed far too involved in himself and she just went along with his desires - until after she tried knew things with Will and made discoveries that she may have never have learned otherwise - even though she didn't agree with some of his choices. I believe it made her grow even more.
It had a lot of funny moments - I think possibly more than the tear jerking moments. But there was definitely tear jerking.
Overall I thought it was a good movie. I will see it again someday. I think Roland was quite grateful that we hadn't had to pay for it. That is how I feel about his movies. What a waste of time and money on my part.
I sent him to the theatre with another ward member when he wanted to see "Batman Vs Superman" - or whatever it was. Neither Jenna nor I were interested, and apparently no one in Ron's family was interested either.
One Sunday Ron suggested he and Roland get together again - which seemed to upset Jenna.
"Don't go see 'Finding Dory' without me!" I started laughing and kidded with her.
"Yea, right. Ron came up to dad and said, 'You know, I really enjoy those kid-vids, but I have two that will always talk throughout the entire movie and ask questions . and then there's the baby who doesn't even pay attention - so why don't you and I go see "Finding Dory" together and see if we can enjoy it without the kids.'"
Jenna didn't think my mocking her was at all funny.
If Ron and Roland go to the movies together, I can guarantee that it will be a movie that neither Jenna nor I would like to see.