Peaches Prattlings

{January 16, 2017}   A goodbye and Singin’ in the Rain 

So many emotions. 

I can’t believe it’s been a year, but January 15, 2016 is when PSM got on a plane very early in the morning in Boston to move to Hawaii. This morning, 7am, he kissed me goodbye and headed to the airport to go home to Hawaii. 

The nice thing this time, well for me, is that PSM took a taxi and I stayed in bed and went back to sleep,  ahhh…he’s home, safe and sound as we speak and I’ll see him in two weeks for our 2 year anniversary! I don’t know if you remember that I surprised him last year, it was perfect! This time, he knows I’m coming, but he’s got a surprise planned for me! 

After I got up leisurely, had breakfast, hung out and then headed to the movie theater nearby to see the 65th anniversary of Singin’ in the Rain on the big screen. The theater was full, very few empty seats, even quite a few kids. 

The opening  credits started to roll and it was on! I will easy, a little bittersweetto see Debbie Reynolds on the big screen after just losing her so soon from our lives. I just sat back, literally…in the recliner, and reveled in Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Conner, singing and dancing on the big screen. 

I’ve watched this movie at least 50 times or more, but on a TV, there is nothing like seeing it in the theatre on a big screen.  That’s why I go as often as possible when they re-release a movie or a one time showing on the big screen, something that brings back my childhood or gives me a new experience. 

It’s on the big screen today and Wednesday, January 18th across the country, go find a theater, at, and  fun! Here’s the full list of what’s going to be on the big screen, presented by TCM,


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