All my Ardmore relatives have dogs. In fact, Lizzie has two! I love them all, but Zoe and I am particularly bonded. I was in Ardmore the week Lizzie brought Zoe home, and whenever I am in Ardmore, she stays over at grandmas and sleeps with me. My mother just sent me this picture of Zoe and me (taken in December). Zoe gives the best doggie kisses!
The Tivoli was the first movie theater I ever went to. I have vague recollections of Star Wars, but certainly remember my mother taking me and Johnna Cook to The Empire Strikes Back. Unfortunately, the movie was interrupted by frequent trips to the bathroom because I lost a baby tooth during the showing. When The Fox and the Hound was released, Ryan, Jeffrey, and I were taken to the Tivoli to see it; I spent the entire movie sobbing, leading to my renunciation of movies with animal characters.
Once the big Carmike Five by the interstate opened in the early 1980s, the Tivoli struggled to find its place. Discount movies played there for a time, then it was unused for many years. In the early 2000s, the last time I was in the building, Laura and I went there for a Jack Ingram concert.
The Ardmore Main Street authority owns the building, and a 2009 article in the local paper reported that it’s renovating the building.
For several days in a row, we’ve been under an EXCESSIVE HEAT ADVISORY in Phoenix. I scream this because it is uncomfortable and icky, as I’ve said before, like walking into an oven. Other summers, I could tolerate the triple digits because of the mild winters, but this winter will be anything but mild!
I added Ardmore because my mother has been on me to do so. I am going to San Diego and then on to Ardmore…the weather will be better but the humidity in Oklahoma is trying.