Friday, June 29, 2012


What would you do if there was no tomorrow?

What is your fav word that rhymes with rich?

What valediction do you use to end personal correspondence?

How do you respond to disappointing news?

If you were a superhero what would be your name?

What cartoon character do you most identify with?

What is better than some peace and quiet?

What is your perfect late night snack?

What is your idea of taking a walk on the wild side?

How do you deal with criticism?

How do you feel when you are the center of attention?

How do you fight temptation?

What is the opening sentence of your memoir?

Who is one person your wouldn't hold the door open for?

Saturday, June 23, 2012

7, 14, 21...49 UP

I watched a brilliant documentary by Tim Hewat called 7Up (directed by Paul Almond and Michael Apted) which folowed the lives of a number of childeren starting at age 7. Every 7 years they would interview the children all the way into adulthood to see what they were up to.
I found it to be absolutely amazing.  They selected children from various economic backgrounds in England and tracked their personal and professional lives.
 What stood out to me was this.
At age 7 to 14 most of the children, the boys at least had an idea of what they were going to be or do professionally. They were asked what they would do if that didn't work out. Among the richer boys it seemed as if their first plan was their only plan and they all went on and did EXACTLY that.

The less rich boys had an idea and most seemed to want to go onto science etc and they did
The poorer boys all worked toward their goals, and some had to resort to plan B. However it was the SAME plan that they had thought of when they were much younger.

The women, it seems, their plans sort of  were affected by their relationships with men and so forth...It was very curious.
I had to get this down immediately.
By thhe time they were all 49, they had mellowed out considerably with age 35 being some sort of PIVOTAL  time frame from many life altering decisions.
I was just FLOORED by this film.
Tim Hewat was Brilliant.  I wish I could have met him.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Uh Huh

This exists...

Monday, June 11, 2012

Warm summer days

Look like this

Sunday, June 10, 2012


You ↑
You ↖
You ↗
You ↙
 You →
 You ↓
You ↩
You ↪
You ↬
You ↫
You ↪
You ↩
 You ↲
You ↯
 You ↱
You ↰

You ↷
You ↳
You ↶
You ↴
You ↵
And You ↺

Friday, June 08, 2012

DJ the D is silent

This looks very entertaining Django

Quentin Tarantino, I think I said before, is one of my fav directors. Not really because of his movies, most of which I like, but I've seen several of his interviews and he is so smart.

Not only is he smart..he seems to be a NICE person (I'm not thinking about the foot thing)

Anyway he is bringing out Django at Christmas.
 Great to see Kerry Washington, Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx in it and Franco Nero - the original Django (how'd he get him to be in this? Franco is notorious for turning down roles which require him to reprise Django.

Thursday, June 07, 2012

HA x

John looks like he thinks it's funny

George looks annoyed

Sunday, June 03, 2012


I chose one day to get the snail mail out.

I haven't finished

I just like to think about the person and who they are and make sure that I write some pleasant thing

Some pretty thing to brighten their day
If for one moment they crack some kind of smile then it's worth it
They've done the same and more for me...

Saturday, June 02, 2012


For the Jubilee

I thought this was interesting

Friday, June 01, 2012


For Grace and Time

 Remember,  two of the most important things. Grace and Time
Step out on the Word
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