Last weekend, my friend Nadia & I packed our bags and headed on a mini road trip. As you may recall, I invited you all to attend US Weekly’s Family Movie Night in Boston. With the sun shining and the summer breeze blowing through our hair, we drove to Boston all in the name of movies and Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn!
At 6 on the dot, we arrived at US Weekly’s Family Movie Night. Although the line for popcorn was growing, we couldn’t help but stop at the flipbook station first. Before the GIF, flipbooks reigned supreme in the realm of DIY animation. We grabbed a few props, struck a few poses and waited for our moves to come to life.
After our flipbook fun, we jumped in line for popcorn. All I could think about was how I *needed* my own old-fashioned popcorn popper. So cute! After we got our fill of the buttery & unlimited Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn, we moseyed on over to the blankets station and searched for our movie viewing spot. Luckily, we were able to get there before the crowds arrived and secured prime seating on the lawn.
I haven’t been to an outdoor movie in a very long time and US Weekly’s Family Movie Night was a great way to spend the last days of summer. Surrounded by buckets of Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn and a carefree setting, I felt like a kid again!