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Tuesday, April 13, 2010
N.D. Wilson, son of Doug Wilson and author of the brilliant Notes from the Tilt-A-Whirl and the exciting 100 Cupboards trilogy which I am currently reading with my daughter, recently posted a review of the recently-released "How to Train Your Dragon" film on the Credenda/Agenda journal which makes me even more interested in seeing it with my daughter.


Chris A said...

Yeah, my wife took my daughter to see it. I never go with them.

Its becoming harder and harder for me to go to the movies. I can't stand the commercials. Who wants to go to the movies just so you can watch a bunch of commercials for personal care products and television shows? Seriously. I just thought I would take this rant about that.

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