I've noticed that a lot of people (men and women) look about 3 months pregnant.
Did you know you can make a podcast via the Garage Band program? Maybe I'll try that. Like an audio book or director's commentary to the zine.
My class start this week! Alright!
Precious - I had read the book and the movie was just as rough.
The Private Lives of Pippa Lee -It was okay. A little on the arty side. Sorta boring but in a good way.
Quinceanera - Good enough
Doubt - Really good. That Phillip Seymour Hoffman can really act.
Duplicity - Good enough. Somewhat entertaining.
Crazy Heart - Really good. Heartbreaking.
Glee - Volume 3 - I think something's wrong with the computer, cause when I try to upload it the computer and put in on the ipod, it doesn't come out so good. Guess I'll have to take the computer in to be fixed or something.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows - Finished this. Really enjoyed it even if I sometimes got some of the characters confused.
City of Thieves - David Benioff -I quite enjoyed this and usually I don't like historical stuff.
Julie & Julia - Julie Powell - I got maybe a third of the way through and realized that I had had enough and was no longer interested. I did enjoy the movie though.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Stieg Larsson - Really good. The cover is quite bright and I'm not sure what I thought it was going to be about ,but it's quite good
Mamma Mia -My cousin has an exchange student staying with her and I had promised to take her to a broadway show. So my cousin, her 11 year old son, and the exchange student went and saw Mamma Mia. I think a good time was had by all.
Dead or Alive -Museum of Arts & Design - Some really fun (and creepy stuff). A (giant) pile of mice skeletons, a big animal type shape thing covered in horse tail hair, a "diamond" made from a parakeets remains, wowsers. The Bespoke exhibit of bikes is also pretty great.