Friday, November 04, 2005


I feel a bit like these little guys today--a little bug-eyed and loopy. Had a wonderful time with the librarians yesterday, then flew home and took care of some household things. Have two major items on my to-do list: finish my revisions of MAGDALENE by Sunday, and finish my master's degree writing project by Thursday. Will be speaking in a school on Tuesday, so that's a writing day out of next week.

Take a look at the little "Frapper" sticker in the sidebar--a hat tip to Randy at Ethos for this one. Click on the sticker, then enter your name, zip code, and a picture if you want, and we'll see ourselves on a national map. Pretty cool! What will the guys at Google think of next?

Cindy S. tells me there's going to be an English version of "Mostly Martha" staring Catherine Zeta-Jones Douglas. That's cool. And, speaking of "food movies," if you haven't watched "Eat Drink, Man, Woman" (Am I remembering that correctly?), it's a wonderful film. Alas, another subtitled one, but I don't even notice the subtitles once the movie begins.


1 comment:

Cindy said...

Angela, I've also found that subtitles don't bother me. One of my favorite movies is Roberto Benigni's "Life is Beautiful"--subtitles, no problem. Same with "The Passion of the Christ." In fact, I think "The Passion" was even more effective for being in the original languages.