Godzilla visits NYC

Curiosity will conquer fear more than bravery will. ~ James Stephens

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The British Hubby and I were both home early yesterday for Godzilla movie night and the start of the snow apocalypse. After last weekend’s 10 -12 inches of snow, the additional 3-4 inches seemed unimpressive. Except now we’ve had major amounts of snow on the ground for a solid week. It doesn’t look like it’s planning to leave anytime soon. Tonight’s low is back down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit or -10 in Celsius.

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I hardly recognized this Godzilla.

The snowy conditions didn’t deter us from watching the next Godzilla movie. Next up was the first American Godzilla movie Godzilla. This was an interesting interpretation of Godzilla or another Jurassic Park dinosaur. The British Hubby and I realized we’re Godzilla traditionalists. This movie was more about the actors story line than about the monster. The only thing that could have saved this movie was time travel with doc Brown or if it had been on high heels.

This movie would be better than the American Godzilla.

Fortunately, the next Godzilla movie is back in Japan. Since the Godzilla movie was a different interpretation, I decided to have a different drink for Friday night’s Cheep and Cheerful. Black tartan is an old favorite with Drambuie and Johnny Walker Black.

I think the black tartan made me knit a bit slower than normal. I still have 1.99 grams left on the first skein in my Plum Biased wrap. I’m so close yet so far away from skein number two.

Even Godzilla has ice on his tail!

Here’s a before and after photos of the latest cold front bringing more snow.

I never get tired of icicles.

It looks like a magical winter wonderland.

We tried making a model for Burt and Ernie to reenact Godzilla scenes.

They need a bit more motivation or acting classes.

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