After breakfast, Dorthey and I decided that we would walk to the theatre together. Along the way, we saw a taxi, which I had never seen before. At first I was excited, but then Dorthey pointed out that the driver was denying an African American a ride. It broke my heart! She pulled me along, though, and we made it to the theatre.
At the theatre, we bought ourselves each a ticket for 25 cents a piece to see Charlie Chaplin's new film The Gold Rush. It was hilarious!
Once we finished our walk home from the movies, we both sat down in the dining room and enjoyed a special occasion steak dinner! I never get steak at home, but they have it whenever guests come over so it was berries!
After dinner, we headed into the living room and settled down to listen to the radio as the moon crept into the sky. We learned, thanks to the radio, that our current president Warren Harding took a trip to Alaska to mark the completion of the Alaskan railroad! He is the first president to ever go to Alaska! Isn't that just the bee's knees?
Well, I suppose as I round out this entry for today I have a couple of wonderings left. I wonder if we will ever hear Charlie Chaplin speak! I mean really, I want to hear what he has to say! I also wonder if people will look back on how life is like today while sitting on the moon admiring Earth. Wouldn't that be just swell!