You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll tap your feet to the soundtrack. This little Australian film has a great sense of humor and is definitely not just for kids, although it is safe to let them watch it.
Got a great ideal for a novel? Here’s your inspiration for getting it done in one fell swoop:
This link is lots of fun, from the folks at Mental Floss Magazine:
At the risk of sounding like all I do is watch TV, which is ironic because I don’t even have cable, I just finished season two of The Big Bang Theory. There has not been one sitcom in years that I’ve had any interest in whatsoever, but I love this little show.
It’s smart, funny and generally not mean-spirited–an often rare combination. They have a physicist as a consultant for the science content, not that most people would even understand whether the references were correct or not. Myself including, but it’s still totally fun.
Cameron abandoned The Glee Project.
Yeah, I know. I’m a week behind, because I have no cable TV. No matter …
Still very sad.
For Christmas my kids gave me a small digital camera. Having been a serious amateur photographer with my Nikon F-3 when dinosaurs roamed the earth, I felt like digital was too gimmicky. I finally drug out the manual and learned the basics.
Now I’m in love!
Here are some of my first pictures~
From a wedding I attended on the north shore of Chicago:
From the forest where I hike:
My feet. Now that’s an award winning photograph if I ever saw one:
A visit to Celestial Seasoning in Boulder, CO on the road trip back home:
Just started watching The Glee Project on Hulu (I have no cable TV) and do not know anyone else who is watching it. Too bad, cause it’s loads of fun.
On each episode, they do a music video. Here is the most recent one:
Round of applause … I am launching a new concierge type business here on Bainbridge Island. There are already several similar services around, although we each seem to have our own unique spin on the market, which is good. Everyone has their own niche.
Please visit the site:
Day one in Cincinnati: doing, doing, talking, talking.
Day two: doing, doing, talking, talking, talking.
Day three: doing, doing, talking, talking, drive to Columbus, fetch the groom, drive to the north shore of Chicago. Arrive at approximately 1 AM.
Day four: after minimal restless sleep in a nice hotel, do, do, then leisurely dinner with 13 people, 9 of which I had never met–thankfully they were very nice and friendly. Talk, talk, talk, talk, talk.
Day five: doing, doing, talking, talking, talking, wedding rehearsal, then long, late rehearsal dinner. Totally talked out.
Day six: Wedding Day today! Yahoo! Hope all goes without a hitch. No pun intended. Anticipate lots more talking ;-(
My introverted brain is fried. Physically, but mostly, emotionally exhausted. My superb social skills have been tested beyond reason; talking and listening are spent. Feeling rude, withdrawn, antisocial behavior lurking behind a frail facade of civility.
Must go muster my meager reserves for the main event this afternoon and evening. Then tomorrow’s brunch and the final lengthy drive back to Cincy.