Wednesday, February 28, 2007


Two bumper stickers seen on the same car-

Relax, God's In Control

This Vehicle Protected
By Smith And Wesson

I watched the movie Gandhi a few days ago. 25 years after the fact. But better late than never.
Don't know why it took me so long but I'm glad I finally did.
I think we missed the second coming of Christ. We missed it because he was in the form of a little, brown-skinned, Hindu man wearing a loincloth instead of a suit and expensive watch wearing white man.
Maybe every thousand years a person comes along that transcends human limits and tries to teach us the way of peace and love.
Of course we never get it.

"Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this walked the earth in flesh and blood." -Albert Einstein

If you have never seen this movie do yourself a favor.


Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Valentine's Day 2007

*My babies

*My new iPod (thanks honey!) and it's nifty skin

*Dolls named Roxy and Nina
(Ruby's idea)
wearing do-rags(my idea)


*FireKing mugs

*Good looking men holding babies

*My dog

*This song and the boy singing it

*E-Cards from Hipster Cards

***Have a
sweet day***

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

My Opinion
(for what it's worth)
(which isn't much)

The Oscars are at the end of this month and as usual I have not seen most of the nominated movies. (since they haven't come out for rental yet.)
At the top of my list to see is The Queen, The Departed and The King of Scotland.

The only Oscar nominated film I have seen is Pans Labyrinth.
The Critics have said...
"Amazing" "Spectacular" "Transcendent work of art".
Yep, it's all those things. Go see it.

Which brings me to a movie that Jim and I saw last year. It wasn't nominated for any Oscars but really should of been. The Proposition. It's a dark, gritty, anti-hero movie set in the "wild west" days of Australia. Guy Pierce and Emily Watson star in it and Nick Cave wrote it and did the soundtrack. Yes, that Nick Cave.
I would definitely recommend it.