The Ridler sisters, Suzie, Jamie and Shannon, discuss their creative projects, from challenges to celebrations, and support each other's creative lives.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

December 18, 2013


Yay we got out to the movies! And you know it's holidays when you manage to do that on a Tuesday afternoon. I didn't love The Hobbit as much as I'd hoped to but it was still a wonderful time and a magical way to spend the afternoon.


I think it's so awesome we all ended up at The Hobbit on the same day!  Woohoo!  I didn't enjoy it as much as the first one, but it was great to get out to the movies (even though I forgot to bring cookies!).


The big news is we went to see The Hobbit last night (loved it!) but I didn't want to take my camera out in the cold. This is what you need to make a homemade teriyaki sauce. Poor Reg, he's not using to being home when I make stuff and the simmer vinegar had him hiding in his den.


Jamie Ridler Studios said...

LOL, how funny is it that we went to see The Hobbit at the same time! That's so cool. It's almost like we went together :)

It's going to be quite a different experience as you guys change your days. It's almost like Reg gets to see the magic behind the scenes!

Suzie Ridler said...

So wonderful to see you all together like that! I'm sorry you didn't like The Hobbit as much as you'd hoped Jamie. And yes, we saw it with you, kind of!

Unfortunately for Reg my magic is kind of "all empowering" but we ends up benefiting in the end.

Shannon said...

I totally love how we all saw The Hobbit on the same day!

I'm impressed you made homemade Teriyake sauce on the same day as going to the movies Suzie! That's a lot. And yes, it's very much the magic behind the curtain!

And too funny that I ended up in the post (in Jamie's pic) before I got my postage-ness up!

You guessed it, another late add from me :)

Suzie Ridler said...

So funny, Reg and I both enjoyed this film more than the first. I am so glad we all got to see it though, such a family thing for us to do.

BTW, the teriyaki sauce? Delicious! Will be sharing it on my blog soon.