Saturday I devoted to hiding stuff. I took a short break to go to the PO and the bank and that's it. Around 9pm, Brian suggested we see Fahrenheit 9-11 in Silver Spring but when we got there the 9:40 show was sold out.
Sunday morning found Brian gleefully hauling stuff to the sidewalk. I mentioned that it looked like rain but he shared his meteorological theories with me and I decided to take a long walk. When I got back, two happy people were stuffing the futon in and atop a Corolla. Another guy was hauling a box of something hefty down the hill. A car was stopped in the street (no shoulder) with the passenger door hanging open while someone inspected the poster selection. Brian was tying branches into bundles in the front yard, so I only saw his back as I passed; he was holding his shoulders in a gloating manner. Ten minutes later, the skies opened. It rained buckets for the next couple of hours. During the deluge, people still managed to do some shopping. We came out to mop up and found two chairs and a bookshelf gone. We'll do it again tomorrow, it was such fun.
We went back to Silver Spring and watched the movie tonight. Brian really enjoyed it and did not share my reservations about the lack of subtlety. He wants to take Christopher, which should be interesting. I hope he does.