Saturday, July 8, 2023


Currently in Raymore MO (Low 58 Cloudy A Thunderstorm in Spots High 80) 
We saw the 5th, and hopefully final, Indiana Jones: The Dial of Destiny.
We say hopefully the final installment because the series has sadly run its course. Seeing a older man running around was something you just can't erase from your mind. He was an old man trying to be like a young man. Compare that to Sean Connery in the 3rd installment where he was an old man and played an old man perfectly.

The plot involves the search for Archimedes' Dial of Destiny. Of course there were Nazi's in the movie, car chases (actually Tuk Tuks), and action on a moving train. Pretty much the same plot as the other movies. An added twist to this movie was time travel.

It's hard to recommend this movie, but fans of the series may want to watch it at least for nostaglia reasons.
Till next time,
Bob & Jo

Thursday, July 6, 2023


Currently in Raymore MO (Low 64 Clouds Yielding to Sun High 82) 
We just saw a great, heart wrenching movie, "Sound of Freedom" starring Jim Caviezel playing Tim Ballard.
Tim Ballard is a former Department of Homeland Security agent tasked with fighting human trafficking, especially dealing with children. This is a true story of a man who quits his job and risks everything to shine a light on the horrific practice of child human trafficking for sex. 
We highly recommend this movie!  

On a side note it was great to see Mira Sorvino in a movie after she had to deal with the Harvey Weinstein situation.
Till next time,
Bob and Jo

Tuesday, July 4, 2023


Currently in Raymore MO (Low 64 Mostly Sunny Hot and Humid High 95) 
Happy Independence Day!!
Our kittens continue to amaze us. We started celebrating Independence Day on June 30th by visiting Jo's niece and nephew at their places on the lake. We got home much later than planned and didn't realize that fireworks would start on Friday night. 

We got home and the cats were nowhere to be seen. Eventually the fireworks ended and we coaxed the wild eyed cats out from their hiding places and calmed them down. Each upcoming night the fireworks in the neighborhood would start up again. We made a point to be here and noticed that the cats were a little less scared each night, culminating with last night the cats sitting in their cat towers and watching the fireworks!

They never cease to amaze us!!!
Till next time,
Bob and Jo