Here’s a link to the new movie: Tenant. Weeks in the making, with a cast of three. Yet to be critically acclaimed, the long anticipated mini-blockbuster, potential movie-of-the-week. Or not. One of these days I’ll figure out how to embed a movie in this blog. I’m an early riser today, so that I can get out and play some tennis. There’s snow on the ground and on my car, but we’ll be playing in one of those bubbles. woohoo!
I really like those usb flash drives and our new DVD player has a slot to plug one in, thus allowing me to show these little movies straight from the usb on to my big (not too big) TV screen. It’s the new standard for even inexpensive DVD players. Also new in technology are LED screens which are much much thinner than the older LCD and Plasma screens. Nice that as the end of the world looms, we get to enjoy first rate movies in the comfort of our homes. Despite claims to the contrary, I suspect the revolution will be televised, videotaped, filmed an available on DVD and Blueray disc.
Here’s me at age 38, down by the Mississippi in St. Francisville, Louisiana, among the derelict barge equipment, wielding a pellet gun for target practice. Taken shortly before moving up to Annapolis. I can’t believe how slender I was. I guess I was earning my “starving artist” status. Anyway, I just came across this while looking for something current to post. I need to be a bit more diligent about my daily photography. Today I’m feeling grateful for: USB devices, tennis friends, friendly mechanics, sugar cubes and my heated floor…right off the top of my head. Hope you enjoy the movie.