One Winter Weekend

Synopsis: A recently dumped travel writer goes on a ski getaway with her best friend and they find themselves double booked with two eligible men. When they are snowed in, love ensues, as it always does.
Genre: Drama, Family, Romance
84 min

because if I accept, then I

have to show up February first

with the other hundred

and fifty pages.

What do you mean "if"?

Well, it's a big decision.

I'd have to quit the magazine.

Ooh it's almost midnight!

[All] 10, nine, eight, seven,

six, five, four,

three, two...

Ooh, that's him over there.

Ooh, super cute.

(all cheering)

On second thought, not so cute.

("Auld Lang Syne"

by Robert Burke)

Should old

acquaintance be forgot

and never brought to mind

Should old

acquaintance be forgot

So, what's the rule here,

you read five pages,

you gotta buy it?

If that's the

case, I'm on the hook

for half the mystery section.

Well, you're in

your happy place.

Meh, today, I'd call it

my glumly distracted place.

Come on, it's not that bad.

It's New Year's Day, you got

a couple of new mysteries,

our favorite scone,

a cup of coffee

with a sustainable

story attached to it.

And best friend who

thinks it's never to soon

to bounce back from heartbreak.

Okay, look.

So, Jesse showed you

sooner than normal

that he was the

wrong guy for you.

You should be focusing

on the good things

going on in your life right now,

like getting into grad school.

I don't know, Meg.

The more I think

about grad school,

the more I think

it's not a good idea.


Oh, man.

How did we wind up here?

What's wrong with this place?

We just finished our

run in record time.

I was gonna treat you

to a wheat grass shot.

A, that's not a treat.

B, next time take me somewhere

that isn't also a bookstore.

I mean, last time

we came in here,

I had to pry you out of

there with the jaws of life.

Eh, what do you want from me?

This is my happy place.

Two wheat grass shots, please.

Now that I think about it,

wheat grass isn't

your worst idea.

I mean, we are gonna be

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