Sat down and watched me talk to myself with Karen and did the same for her. @ Laura Lyn’s house
Never Without - for Colleen
© OddDuck Canvas Transformations (me)
I really enjoyed the way this movie was filmed. I never read the book, and still don’t plan on it which says something about the movie (even though i don’t know what), but I really felt satisfied about what I was given with this film. Some of the subtle relationship motifs that were revealed through staging or physical character interactions really stood out for me… for example, when Elizabeth (the author) is shown holding hands with the young Indian girl who was just married, you can feel the relationship as almost a young and old persona of the same person, supporting herself, and it was very beautiful. I think Julia Roberts did a wonderful job, and feel like there must have been something there for her to relate to because it came off as incredibly natural in my opinion. Some of the sound effect boosting bothered me. I get it but that doesn’t mean its enjoyable. I don’t think I really need to hear the spaghetti slapping her face amongst other things, but that really wasn’t too prominent in the film to really gripe about, but clearly enough to mention.
The spirit of finding oneself again is something that we can all relate to I think, and that is the real meat of this movie. I hope she, and I, are not the only ones who have had success in finding that friend base that surprises you with beauty and confirms you as a wise being when you really need it, because it is something we all need at times, and definitely shouldn’t have to involve traveling to a foreign country, even though sometimes that’s life. I like the maturity of her decisions even when she really lets her fears get the most of her near the end of the film, it is satisfying to watch someone make mostly intelligent decisions about their life and get rewarded for it.
My warning is: If you’re in a rocky relationship, don’t take your girlfriend/boyfriend, but it’s worth the effort if you do.
This is a cover of Radiohead’s Creep performed by Scala & Kolacny Brothers. The movie coming out about Mark Zuckerberg and the creation of Facebook which is called ‘The Social Network’ uses this song in it’s trailer (which is also surprisingly beautiful). I really love this rendition and recommend listening to more of their songs because they are very etheric and provide a wonderful listening experience.
Hi, my name is ___ and I'm a companionaholic.
im getting dumplings twice this weekend
i hate it when people only have profile pictures with other people in them
and its probably true
who r u talking about
why does it bother u so bad
because i don't like people who are like that
don't know how to function by themselves
like if they had to live for 1 week by themselves they'd really be upset
and probably be depressed
thats a nice observation from profile pics
well you know those people
and she's not even that bad
its just 99% true in my opinion
if you have zero pictures on your facebook profile where you are the only person in the picture
you would probably die on a desert island
I had a little problem installing CATIA 6 and just figured it out. When i tried Googling the answer, there was a whole lot of useless technical responses, so in case anyone is still having this same problem, here is the solution:
the Catia installer is looking for the java.exe in the directory of …\program files\java\bin\ (java.exe)
in my case, I’m running windows 7 x64 and that’s not how the file structure is actually set up so I got an error.
Once I entered this path it worked for me: ” C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6 ” because the java path is actually ” C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\bin\javaw.exe ” and it let the software complete the path as it liked. when i added the \bin myself it still didn’t work.
The Internet is like alcohol in some sense. It accentuates what you would do anyway. If you want to be a loner, you can be more alone. If you want to connect, it makes it easier to connect.
I thought these weren’t supposed to break..
This is my profile picture, in case you were wondering.
It was taken in Seattle on a fairy.