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Are you reading my mind. Except for the “OH MY GOD!” Ostrich hilarity.
Isn’t it funny how “You’ve Got Mail” now seems so quaint, only a few years after the advent of wireless laptops?
That bird is distracting me from the great American Novel.
The one I’m writing.
The one I’m reading.
Or just playing with itunes. ;)
My guess is playing with iTunes….
I still love ‘You’ve Got Mail’ even though they aren’t using state of the art Macs like some I could mention….
Oh I’ve been wanting to see that! Now I definitely have to. =]
Tom Hanks is one of my fav too – I just love Forest Gamp.
Wishing you a great end to your week :-)
Jane – If you mean Charlie Wilson’s War -It is very good, thought provoking film even more so as it’s based on a true story.
The other clips are great too in their own way – I love them!
Renny – he is great isn’t he? And he seems such a nice guy too…
Hope you are having a fun weekend…
OK, the ostrich caught me.
Where is the human equivalent to the elephant graveyard? Yep, Eastbourne but on the shingle beach that makes up the marina. The wind and salt air tends to delay things a bit.
Now, get back to your books.
Hey – I just love that photo and so true sitting at the computer again!
I have registered and cast my vote of course!
When is this etsy shop coming on line – I think I need a book to write down my recipes in…..unless I blog them or both?
I dread to think of the last time I went to the movies – I think it must have been at least way back in 2004 when we lived in the UK – wow I have now surprised myself! At how long it has been….as for the last film I saw there…no idea will get my thinking cap on! May have to ask other half although his brain cells are worse than mine!
DP – Ah, I’m in Bridport which is a mile or so inland. Still plagued by seagulls though….
I’m working as fast as I can……
Lunes – thank you so much!
The Etsy store is going to be this weeks project….
I don’t go to the cinema much but I love movies and watch a lot of DVDs – when I have time :-)
I love these two books. They really “pop”. I think it is a combination of the contrast and repetition of the pattern. Good Job!
I also think it’s because it’s a large book and a small pattern, so there is more of it (if you know what I mean!)
Glad you approve! I will pop over and see what you have been up to now….
French Kiss is my all time favorite movie! I am a big Meg Ryan fan and do own all the movies you mentioned. I will have to see about going to Charlie Wilson’s War. Lovely book.
Violetkey – I just love those films, funny, romantic, easy going and a happy ending. Life should be like that – I want to be Meg Ryan :-)
I enjoyed reading your blog, by the way… :-)