Thrift shopping takes diligence. And the patience to wait for what you want. I collect movies. I adore OLD movies. I have been looking for my favorite movie for I don't know how long. Every time I go thrift shopping or garage saling I scour old VHS tapes looking for the Holy Grail, but up I have never seen the coveted title. Until today. I almost missed it. I wandered into the Book Nook as I had a little time to kill. I didn't see any new titles in the sewing and craft section or any "free" magazines that interested me. I wandered in to check out the shelf of video tapes and I couldn't believe it when I saw "Same Time, Next Year" sitting there. I just about let out a whoop, but I didn't want to seem over enthused so the price might go up. Same Time, Next Year is a romantic comedy of sorts starring Alan Alda and Ellen Burstyn. A chance meeting leads to a lifelong affair where they return to the same inn every year to see each other. I must confess I had a big crush on Alan Alda. From portraying Hawkeye Pierce in "Mash" to the "West Wing"...he always makes me smile. I find a sense of humor mighty attractive in a man, and it doesn't matter how hot someone is, life would be pretty dull without a few laughs now and again. I also picked up some other classics...Marlon Brando in "A Streetcar named Desire"; "From Here to Eternity"; and "The Blues Brothers" just because...Guess I know what I'll be watching during the Memorial Day Sew-a-thon!