Recently a friend went to view “her”, the new Spike Jonze flick about a man who falls in love with his OS (that would be computer Operating System for those of you as technologically illiterate as myself). After hearing my friends thoughts on the movie (double thumbs up and a box of Kleenex later) my wee little brain began whirring….what about a little something for the ladies? Below is my creative compilation comprised of components from my kitchen cabinets. Viola! Movie release date Spring 2014.
Reblogging this post from Tilly Bud of The Laughing Housewife fame. She is hysterical to read but more importantly, there is a picture of me in this post. Tilly threatened….err…… challenged us to send her a photo of our whereabouts during the opening ceremony of the Olympics. I would like to point out that if the photos tell us anything it’s that Tilly knows ALOT of drinkers so I’m not sure how much of the actual ceremony these folks remember. Here’s to praying she does not post a pop quiz. Cheers!
No, the Queen was not so impressed by the aging Grace Jones in her PVC outfit at the Diamond Jubilee Concert that she decided to take up hula hooping – though after seeing her as a Bond Girl and skydiver, I suppose anything is possible.
My title was left as a comment on the post in which I invited you to tell me what you were eating, drinking and doing during the Olympics Opening Ceremony. You responded in your units. Some of them alcoholic.
Before I get on to that, I want to add three items to my list of highlights:
- The choir of hearing-impaired and other children who sang the National Anthem so beautifully.
- The honour guard of 500 workers who had built the stadium. They lined up in the tunnel as the torch entered. A wonderful touch.
- And finally, the news that for the first time, every single one…
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Sun dappled water rippled in the pond. Lilting laughter drifted over grassy fields while city dwellers took in the warmth, perched comfortably on blanket islands spread across the green slopes. Camera in hand, a wandering we went…….
The purple puffs of Dr. Seuss dreams.
Can you hear Horton hearing a Who?
Long hop to nowhere….
Fish out of water.
This is the briefest of posts today because I will only be saying this:
Farewell Ray Bradbury, an incredible man whose mind took us, the readers, to the most amazing places. Heaven’s gain is truly our loss.
Photo from the LATimes (6/6/12) Below is a link to their article today.
I have a pressing issue that can wait no longer to be discussed. Draw Something. Are you familiar with this smart phone app? It’s a slightly addictive game that is basically worldwide Pictionary© on your phone/ipad® and I have a problem.
Am I the only one who gets a little twinge of sadness when someone exits a game? Am I alone in my quest for better words because, let’s face it, how many times can one draw a penguin, an igloo, and that weird cartoon girl with the big yellow bow? And how many uncomfortable times do we have to watch people try to draw something for the word lick? Ick…..
I would like to direct this next portion to the nudgers out there – and you know who you are. Do you think that I spend so many hours crafting carefully drawn depictions of household items for my benefit? Or to avoid writing? No people, it’s all for you. I certainly am not hoarding points so that I can expand my color palette to every hue of the rainbow for my own sake. It is simply because I want your guessing experience to be as rich and enjoyable as possible. That’s right, I do this for YOU!
So please, don’t NUDGE me when I have to step away from the phone to conduct the rest of my life. And don’t JUDGE me when my drawing of the Eiffel tower comes out resembling more like the leaning tower of Pisa.
This game means something to me – it means being there for YOU. You’re welcome.