MY DAY: Elwood Drive-In

My hometown had the Elwood Drive-In.  
I can remember the excitement of putting on my pajamas, and being carried to the car. Mother always popped a grocery sack full of popcorn, and we had juice.  
As I got older, I stopped wearing my jammies, and joined other kids in the play area in front of the large screen.  
The first movie I recall is SNOW WHITE. Mother, and her younger brother, Ron, took me. At some point I fell asleep, and all I remember is Uncle Ron waking me as the prince lifted her onto his horse. I could not have been more than three years old, and why, 48 years later this memory is still so clear is beyond me.  
So many wonderful family times at the Elwood Drive-In.
  

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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