Loved Jurassic Park. To all dino lovers, this is like the ultimate fantasy – growing a dinosaur. Sadly, it didn’t turn out so well for those who did, but for a while, we were living the dream.
I remember Easters as I was a kid. We went to my uncle and aunt’s house, ate a bunch of food, then the adults dropped us kids off – Ricky, Mickey, and Bev – at a movie, and so many times, it was our favorite, a dino movie. I can remember crouching down beneath the seat (because if you’re behind the movie seat, the T-Rex can’t see you), and peering between the seats as I munched my popcorn.
What a disappointment and exciting find to realize that dinosaurs might not be green, but might be colorful. Whooeeee! And more and more and more info – and new dinosaurs. NEW dinosaurs. That’s the cool part. Here’s the weird part – elementary school kids now know more than me about dinosaurs.
I think it’s time to hit a couple more movies!