Our intrepid Leprechaun Hunters did not catch one again this year. They took a different tack this time and tried to entice the Leprechaun to stay with specially made beds and snacks and more. However, the leprechaun was not having it and saw through their trickery.
I took the night off and we had a great afternoon with our good friends, the Prestons. The kids get along well with each other and it is always fun to have conversations with Aaron and Denise. Allison made some excellent corned beef and cabbage for dinner and we feasted. It was a great way to spend the holiday.
Eva and I were invited to New York City to participate in an experiential press event around the movie The Kid Who Would Be King. This movie is a modern take on the King Arthur legend. 20th Century Fox provided us with travel arrangements and a hotel plus meals for the event. We were up very early this morning and ready to take on the day. Eva and I got dressed and went down to breakfast. We were early because the hotel restaurant hadn’t even opened. We only had to wait a couple of minutes and then we were the only people there for most of the meal. Eva continued to look over her questions for the cast and we had a carbo load breakfast of pancakes and french toast plus bacon of course. Then back up to the room to finish getting ready and packing to go home. Eva wanted to make another livestream.