Friday, February 22, 2013

Winter Blues, Looking Forward and a Question

 
What's Happening?
 
It's been rather quiet here on my blog. I have missed writing, after a week of a long head cold, I have been home resting much more than I'd like to. Today, I finally caught up on the wash and vacuumed like crazy. Our new addition, has a way of making my vacuum neglect known to all. But I must admit the rugs looked great for about an hour.
 
While resting, I have had a chance to review a few movies. One that I highly recommend is not a new one, but a phenomenal classic that really encouraged me. I watched Flywheel, first the movie and then I watched it with the directors commentary. I was fascinated at how this movie was produced by amateurs on such a low budget. They offered so much insight into the making of the movie. If you can get a copy, please watch the directors cut and ask God to inspire you. 
 
In the next few weeks, I will be hosting not one, but two giveaways.  I'll keep you in suspense, but below is a hint of one of them. 
 

I have a question for my readers, if you were sick in bed with a killer cold and didn't feel like reading, do you a have a favorite movie? I tried some old sitcoms on you tube and I just feel like a square peg. They don't set with my spirit. I'd love to hear your favorites.

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3 comments:

Angie said...

Loves comes softly, pride and prejudice, and fireproof are my favorites!

Chrissy W. said...

When I was recovering from foot surgery, Netflix was my friend. I watched all the episodes for Robin Hood. My kids were even hooked on it after a bit. It was a great interpretation of the book.

onlinephduk said...

I love tabby cats, like Rosco, but they really have a way of letting you know that they have been on the rug. I think my favorite old movie is Back to the Future, it is a nice light movie that you could watch over and over again even now.


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