Godzilla’s Mission: A future with no nuclear weapons.
Where did this week go? With the snow storms and our island getaway, it’s been several weeks since I went do the day job five days in a row. Wow, it’s exhausting. My alarm clock had a tough job rousing me from my slumbers this week, but I made it. It’s the weekend. That means Cheep and Cheerful along with Godzilla movie night. The next featured movie: Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All Out Attack.
This movie was a return to the original story line with the monsters being guardians of the earth and humans hell bent on using nuclear power to destroy it. Godzilla represents the souls of all the people that have died in the South Pacific due to nuclear weapons. He keeps returning because Japan tries to forget the past. There’s even rocks and stones that have recorded Earth’s history.
Baragon also makes an appearance. I’m not sure why he doesn’t make it into the title. This movie easily could have been a stand alone movie with humans understanding they need to respect mother earth.
Friday was also the start of Malabrigo March. I debated on continuing on with the biased wrap, but decided it could take a break for this month. That means I cast on a new project! Washted Thermals is the first project for Malabrigo March 2019. I’m using a new base and a new for me color. I think Godzilla would approve.
The cheep and cheerful drink was a continuation from last week with the Strawberry Baileys. I found some cream de cocoa liqueur. I don’t quite have the ratios right or I need a stronger chocolate liqueur. When I have it right, I’ll share my recipe.
Burt was happy to be wrapped up and snuggling.
Since it’s The Year of the Tart, I’m off to buy more needles and cast on project number two for Malabrigo March. Happy Weekend everyone!