My 4-Year-Old Hasn’t Seen Frozen

I have a confession to make. Is this blog a safe place? Okay … here it is:

My 4-year-old daughter has not seen Frozen.

There – what a relief it is to get that off my shoulders.

What? Is that so uncommon?

It is? Well, given the success of the movie at the box office and it’s Blu-Ray sales (and all of that, ka-ching! ka-ching!, merchandise), the film was well-watched by kids of all ages. Except for Daughter #1 and Daughter #2 (and their parents).

A Neighborhood of Snow Angels

This past weekend brought a lot of snow to Colorado Springs. Nothing on the scale of what the northeast is experiencing this winter (thank you God!), but the 7” that fell on our driveway over the course of two days was the most I remember shoveling in the 6 ½ years since we moved to the Rocky Mountains (believe it or not).

The snow brought along with it a gift – a snow day for Focus on the Family on Monday … plus a delayed start on Tuesday!

Get Rid of Valentine’s Day!?

Jim Gaffigan (one of my favorite comedians) went on CBS Sunday Morning this past weekend and proposed – nay – pleaded to get rid of Valentine’s Day as a holiday. He doesn’t address the Christian roots of the holiday, but the secular treatment of it. See for yourself:

What do you think?

I happen to agree with him, though both he and I would also probably agree that the amount of money spent this week would overrule us.