The biggest opening ever for an HP flick. That will show the pundits who were shaking their heads about the shrinking box office potential of the series.
Since I rarely enjoy anything that's a bonafide hit, this is a pleasure.
And in the meantime, we had a lovely drive to the sunny Oregon coast, got to see the exhibit set up in Seaside for the Lewis & Clark bicentennial, and got home in time to get the grocery shopping done and for me to get a couple thousand words written. I'm still at it, looking for the next date-specific segment holder. (I have four left to go, and I need subject matter.) I need to find meaningful events to write about from 1993, 1994, 1996 and 1998. I have all the other years covered.
It's 11:30 p.m. here, but I'm determined to get to that 30,000 word mark, although it's not likely to happen now on 'Sunday,' unless I type like a friggin' madman!
(And before I left today, I wrote another drabble for Jim's challenge at ka100, one featuring Alecto.
Federer lost today! (And to Nalbandian, of all people.) It was supposedly a great match, but I missed it. Not sure I would have watched anyway . . .
Back to work!
ETA: Got to 30,585! (I wrote 5,165 words today.)