|not actually taken this winter, but in january 2006 at a famous castle in france. this is how cold i feel though|
but we built a tent in the lounge room.
|this is actually my house. we are real grown ups|
it's super hot where the rejectionist is
here are some texts from jane eyre
lala over at the joy of mediocrity saw take this waltz and had the same reaction as me. it was so beautifully filmed, a brilliant soundtrack, great cast ... but just a little over-wrought and seemed to take itself quite seriously. the beautiful michelle williams' character margo was really quite unlikable, the handsome stranger kind of dull. there were elongated silences that were supposed to be Poignant but could have used banter. and early on margo gives a little speech that basically baldly states the entire subtext of her character and this was a moment we could have used a Poignant Silence.
i have sonya hartnett's latest book to read, as well as sarah waters' fingersmith and courtney summers' this is not a test, but i spend most of my time on suri's burn book and when in melbourne.
but last night i saw simone felice and josh ritter play and sing and read at readings carlton. it was very nice.