Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Movies, music, and tv

We spent Monday afternoon exploring Costco from Logan's excited perspective. He filled his cart so high that I couldn't push it on my own. It was a nice reminder that you can find free entertainment in the oddest places.

I spent yesterday in Walnut Creek with my grandma. She is doing so much on her own again. We went for a nice walk before the weather got too cold & windy. I enjoyed seeing the changes in the trees in plants since our last walk, just two weeks ago.
The cherry blossoms are blooming beautifully. I do love this time of year for this reason.
I have no idea what this is, but I spent plenty of time taking photos. I'm sure my mom will educate me on what kind of tree it is later tonight. Isn't it pretty?
I visited Dan after at his new working location. It was a pleasure meeting his co-worker and seeing how the showroom was laid out in comparison to the others. Then I drove home and watched the movie
Memoirs of a Geisha. I wasn't expecting anything fabulous and I was pleasantly surprised with the cinematography, acting, and story. If you haven't seen this yet, go rent it. It's long and at some points, difficult to watch, but some of the best movies are like that. Here is a shot from my favorite visual part of the movie: I also rented Just My Luck & Dick from the library. Neither were fab but they were mildly entertaining and didn't require a lot of comprehension. I've been enjoying a few new cds: The Twilight Soundtrack, Katy Perry, Mgmt, and a few singles by TI. I'm also having a little problem getting them to upload to my iPod so I'll be spending some quality time at the Genius Bar this afternoon at the apple store. Keep your fingers crossed.I admit it, I watch American Idol, when I can remember to. I did last night. I am thrilled that those two adorable guys that are besties made it through, as well as Anup, the construction worker, and the blind guy. Did the chick with the swimsuit make it through? They didn't make a big deal out of it, so I'm guessing not. Alright, enough of that, off to the apple store!

7 comments:

Nat said...

oh I love Memories of a Geisha! Beautiful photos again!!!

Kristi said...

Photography, Music and Film is heaven in my opinion. :)

Kelly said...

Dude Bikini girl was already cut wasn't she?

*Fauve* said...

Havn't seen memoires of a Geisha,want to see it badly!

Love the tree pictures so gorgeous!!

Michelle said...

Oooh...Memoirs of a Geisha is a great movie! :) Have you read the book? It's good, too - hard to believe a guy wrote it, and definitely longer than an hours' read! ha ha..And I'm addicted to the Twilight soundtrack...so lovely. :) Happy day!

Vee said...

I loved Memoirs of a Geisha!!!

danilouwho said...

I have a crazy girl crush on Katy Perry.

And Memoirs of a Geisha is sooo fantastic... I watch it all the time.

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