Tuesday, June 1, 2010

When it rains, it pours

A funny thing happened yesterday when I went to the movie theater. I went to see Just Wright. It was about 10 minutes from the ending when the power in the theater went out due to the thunderstorms. So we all just sat there, me alone, with all the other couples, waiting. When the power came on about 5 minutes later the credits were rolling. Some guy in our theater went to talk to a manager so we sat a bit longer and the credits stopped and the movie started over again from the beginning. When the manager figured that out and got it reset for the third time, the power went out again!!!

So the deal was that everyone would get a rain check (no pun intended, I think) ticket if we show our ticket stubs. Only when I got to the theater I paid for my ticket and the ticket taker's machine ran out of paper so they gave me a receipt rather than a ticket. So when I gave the ticket agent my receipt instead of a stub, he gave me my cash back instead of a rain check ticket to see any show I wanted. But I still don't know how the movie ends!!!!!!!! If you saw it, can you tell me? Is that crazy or what?

And I think I went a little crazy to do what I did next. I was standing in the lobby of the movie theater with about 100 other people who were trying to decide if they should make a run for it or just stand there and wait for the rain to subside. Well, I thought, "WTF". I started walking and... well, the rain was warm and it was warm outside, like falling bathwater and I just stopped and turned in circles with my arms out and face upturned to the sky. I was jumping in the puddles and hooting and hollering and all the people in the theater started clapping and cheering me, laughing and pointing, and suddenly a couple guys ran out and then a few more people ran out and started doing the same thing! I led a mini revolution: man verses nature! It was awesome!

Gotta make my own fun, right?

On another note...


Curley said...

Sounds like a blast. I can just see it. Good luck today.

D-nice said...

We ALL need to play in the rain more often, it refreshes the soul!

Maggie said...

Curley- it was a riot. And thanks@

DNice- that is so true, my friend, so true! And if the weather holds, I'll be dancing in the rain more tomorrow!

anna @ frosted petunias said...

Gotta find fun whenever you can! Reminds me of a scence from Bewitched when Nicole Kidman ran out in the rain. So glad you could visit for Pink Saturday. Have a great week girlie!

Anonymous said...

that sucks where ya been hiding

Brambleberry Cottage said...

Your movie fiasco is a prime example of how fact is stranger than fiction. redeemed the event in the end!

Thanks for visiting the cottage for Pink Saturday.

I'm hosting three new linky parties starting this first week of June and would love for you to participate. The first one started tonight, June 1st.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage