Posts Tagged ‘movies’

Someone, not someone, a dear friend…sent me an email today. A photo of a rainbow and the wish that i had rainbows in my line of sight… Perfect. Dont want to feel anxious about a bunch of projects at work, so concentrating on other things right now… Started reading ‘all the light we cannot see’ […]


Mid

18Jun13

Mid week for me, today marks mid work week. I have Friday, solstice day as my day off. Today. A good day. Followed by rain, a hail storm, dark skies, and a lift home (bike is in the office). Return home to a house full of happy (read…uni exams finished) 20 year old boys. Celebrating. […]


Filums!

02Aug12

This list via The Guardian, from The British Film Institute – The Top 50 Greatest Films of All Time ….and how many of these films have I seen?? Marked in red, mainly the American, English, Italian ones here. I am interested in this list as there do look like quite a few movies here that […]


Top 100 movies

19Jun12

from Kelly, so thanks I can confidently say I will score OK in this- I hope?? Here then is the list of the Top 100 movies by popularity on IMDb Those I have seen are in bold and those I want to see marked with an * The Shawshank Redemption (1994) * think I should see, […]


For me…

04Jun12

We all escape into something. For some – it’s fantasy or science fiction. Me – I like, what some people call, the hard stuff. On the weekend I wasn’t feeling so good…so I went to the hard drive and watched a bunch of stuff I had recorded earlier. I watched: Napola – a film set […]


LiberryDwarf has blogged most of this #blogeverymonthinjune by a daily post format – a good thing, a bad thing, a thing I’ve learned, and a link. Seems a good way to sum up my day today. A good thing: today I helped show around a group of 35 university administrators from China. They are here for […]


today that is…. Sweden first off – foggy morning so I lay in bed and read the first 60 pages of the third book in the Millenium series ‘The girl who kicked the hornet’s nest’. Cool morning, fog and Sweden. Gungahlin – to the hardware shop for bits and pieces for the grey water  and then to […]