My husband and I went (I am 60 and he will be soon) and he laughed harder than any kid in the theater. He was snorting he was laughing so hard. But there were touching moments too – when Andy called his dog and it was so old and fat. Made me cry because it makes me think of my old dog getting to the point where she won’t/can’t walk with me in the mornings. But the movie was great – go see it even if you don’t have kids to take.
"The Pixar Story" about how the creator’s of Toy Story line got started back in the 70’s. I didn’t know Steve Job’s (of Apple fame) was one of the originators.
Yep, I can relate to Andy and his doggie. I’ve got two old poochie poos that can’t walk so well or as much anymore – in fact, Maggie will have her 12th birthday tomorrow. Last week on a walk around the block, she had to be carried the last half of the block – (it is a very long block though – so she was a trooper to get that far) thank goodness I had a friend walking with me because Maggie weighs 30 lbs and I couldn’t carry her by myself; so now we go just a half a block in the mornings when it’s cool – but I love old poochies, they have a grace about them that says I can’t chase the neighborhood cat anymore and I may not get to the food dish as fast as the youngsters can but I’ll get there.