Thursday, Ellen and I went into Jackson, I got time in the hot tub and pool - great - and then we saw two really good films: The Post, ( then a snack at Whole Foods), and then The Darkest Hour, the former about Ben Bradley (Tom Hanks) and Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep) deciding to publish the Pentagon Papers - really well done; the latter about Churchill in 1940, at the time of Dunkirk when it looked like Hitler would conquer Britain and Chamberlain, et al, were advising a negotiated peace. It didn't matter that you already knew how it all played out. It was gripping. Gary Oldham's portrayal of Churchill is amazing.
Looks like we'll go to Boise next week. I've cut way back on pain meds and doing ok. My right shoulder is going to need some attention when we get home. I have to be very careful how I use it and have become a lefty in many ways. Getting in and out of my parka is especially tricky. But I do it!
Today is the Women's March in many cities. Nothing here. Ellen is sad about that. We'd probably be joining others either in Brattleboro or Northampton if we were home.