Summer Fun in 3D

Summer is in full force and it is hot here in Texas.  My grandchildren and I decided to take this time to catch the new Pixar movie, UP in 3D, in the comfort of the air-conditioned theater.  It was a really good movie which taught some valuable lessons. There were some parts that were rather sad in my opinion, but all loved it nonetheless.

The coolest part was the 3D glasses! We were all issued (paid $2.50 extra for issuance) a pair of 3D glasses at the ticket window so that we could view the movie and all of its special effects.  I really didn’t know if the kiddos would leave them on their faces for the entire time, but it proved not to be a problem.

It is a tradition with my grandchildren (One that I began about 7 years ago) that at the end of the movie when the music plays and the credits roll, that we head to the front of the theater to enjoy a celebration dance. This day was to be no different. Below is an Animoto of our day date to see UP in 3D.

What have you been doing this summer? Write me a comment and let me know.

3 thoughts on “Summer Fun in 3D

  1. Hi!
    Cool blog!
    Wow, your school is already on your summer vacation? My school doesn’t get out until the 23rd of June.
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  2. I was thinking about Up last night. It is hard to believe since my family are huge Disney fans that we haven’t gone to see it yet. I think we will go tonight.

    Our only movie traditions is to sit through all the credits. We started doing this when we were trying to decide on baby names. Now we just do it in case they add something at the end.

    Mr. C

  3. Hi Pam,

    I plan to go see the movie UP soon with friends. It looks so cute and the little old mans nose looks so funny. Your also right! 3D glasses make movies so much cooler to watch. Your grand kids would have enjoyed that!

    I’m from Adelaide and at my school we did projects on Ireland and now we have a task to get an Ireland visitor to go on our blog. If by chance you have had some Irish visitors could you maybe contact me on my blog madzthemadge.edublogs.org or direct them to me. It would mean heaps. Please and Thankyou

    ~Madge

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