Gaye - I'd also go over the story before you go. I remember seeing it as a surprise as a kid and I didn't understand anything and got really bored because I also wasn't waiting to see what the next scene would look like. I think Toy Story 3 with all of the talking is much simpler to get in the moment but ballet, notsomuch. That said I think with some prep you'll have a great time.
ST - Good luck with the math! I'd be in the same boat, I only had to take Math-for-Artists as a last req for graduation in college and although I passed easily, all that solving for x y and z stuff seems so far away and long long ago.
Jo! Nice work! And I have to admit to emitting a loud and probably ugly PAH! at the idea of your mom taking it in stride, the memory of my mom sobbing when she heard that I'd chosen hanging out with my boyfriend over going to Easter mass at 16 playing in the back of my mind. I do hope she doesn't do anything silly. And of course, we don't really have the same mom.
That Stone Soup sounds great! I'm going to check it out.
Nic - Hope you're out there having a lovely run, or more likely home, having a lovely post 20 anything-you-want. :)
So, I still haven't figured out the non-graphic smiley technique, anyone?
We have a sunny day here for the first time in weeks so I'm going to try to keep us outside as much as possible. Have a beautiful day Dingos!