Vacation Day 5

Today was family picture day. These can be brutal, but it went really well, and we're excited see how they came out. We had two really talented photographers, Mikey Edde and Jason Scroggins
and they took about 400 shots from what I understand. We can't wait to see them. After that we had some lunch at Jennifer's favorite, Spanky's, a-gain, which was delicious. Then, at 3:45pm, we were in a jam-packed theater watching the new Batman movie, The Dark Knight. Man, what a great flick. It's hard to figure out the greatness of Heath Ledger's performance, because of his death. I really think he would be getting the same acclaim, even if he was still alive. We truly have lost an amazing talent. The movie was 2 and a half hours, and it flew by. I would say that's definitely a mark of a great movie. It's definitely a huge departure from Jack Nicholson's portrayal of the Joker. It's definitely a very dark movie, but really, really well done. Now we're home for the night, just chilling at the house. I'll be posting some of the pics soon I'm sure.

More to come tomorrow...

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