If you hadn't noticed, I have started twittering. Yep, figured everyone else was and it is easier than updating the blog. However, still planning to keep the blog around - because there are times were one wants to write more than 140 characters. (I will have to admit it is kind of fun to try to write a message for twitter that is exactly 140 characters...). So you can now follow me on twitter or read my twitters on my blog. Moving on...
Michigan has had some (surprising) warm weather recently (in the low 80s). I am a huge fan of sandals and had great fun in getting them out of my closet. Unfortunately, the warm weather did not last and it is back in the upper 50s. It looks like the weather will get a little warmer as the week goes on - we might get into the low 60s. Don't worry, Michigan has been getting lots of nice rain - regardless of temperature. On Sunday we got quiet a downpour in the late afternoon. Otherwise, it was been on/off drizzle. That way we know spring is here! :-)
Enjoyed watching the season finale of Chuck last night. Very interesting episode! I so hope it gets renewed! (If you haven't been watching the show, then I highly recommend it).
Since I really don't have much to talk about I will tell you about movies I am currently enjoying. My life has been wrapped up in my research and teaching recently. So actually having a "real life" hasn't been happening much :-) Work-life balance is not something that really exists in graduate school.
Movies I have been watching for the past few months:
- James Bond (OK, not a specific one...more like slowly trying to watch all of them).
- Caprice: Doris Day has an interest role in this film. It does have a bit of 60's spy movie spoof. A one point Doris Day has on this wonderful fuzzy pink hat while running through an apartment complex with Richard Harris's character. Wonderful little comedy.
- Agatha Christie's The Mirror Crack'd: Wonderful little film with Angela Lansbury as Miss Marple. I did figure out the mystery before it was announced in the film - but only really close to the end of the film. Some of the dialog is extremely amusing.
- The Thomas Crown Affair (1999 version): The film is excellent, music is excellent, the whole thing was excellent. It is a must see if you haven't. (I won't even admit how many times I have seen this film so far...)
- Married Life: This film reminds me of several Hitchcock films. I thought it was an interesting and amusing film. (The music was also excellent!)
- The In-Laws (2003 version): Watched this movie again after not seeing it for a while. This movie is an excellent comedy! So many funny parts, excellent dialog, and plot.
Well, thanks for reading. Hopefully, since things have slightly calmed down (i.e., spring semester is officially over) I will have more time for blogs. Or at least tweets on Twitter :-)