I hope everybody had a nice, relaxing Christmas, that everybody stayed safe and warm inside their homes as frigid cold from Canada bombed America. We did have single digit temps here on Saturday, the 24th, but no snow. Yesterday things began to warm up, temps climbed into the low 20s (F). Today they're predicted to reach 30 (F), and by Wednesday we should be a balmy 52 (F).
Here in Central Pa, Christmas day was quiet. There was ham, corn, and mashed potatoes... lots of ham, that will be eaten as sandwiches and turned into ham salad. Some will be frozen. The dogs will have the juicy fat served up to them with their dinners this evening.
Oh, and Biggie and Lilly got cake and ice cream. The dainty, lady Lily took her time, licking her ice cream the way you do an ice cream cone. Biggie, who's head is the size of a personal watermelon, swallows things whole. For him, it's not about the taste, it's about the consumption.
I watched Glass Onion, a Knives Out mystery on Netflix. It was only released into around 700 theaters back in November, and only for a week or so before Netflix pulled it. Reviews were middling. I didn't like it. Not one bit. This was more of a bomb than a hit. In Knives Out, Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) ask questions to solve the mystery, in Glass Onion rather than deduce, he makes statements; he tells the audience what they saw using different camera angles. By the time the ending comes along, he is no longer the star of the movie, that honor goes to Janelle Monae. I don't know about you, but I like it when my mysteries have a brain.