Hello Mr. Lazy,
That show that looks like Eco-Challenge looks good!
I forgot to tell you that I saw my third movie of the year last weekend: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. It was about a kid whose dad died in 9/11, and it was very well-made. It was not schmaltzy or sentimental. I would recommend it, though it doesn’t appear that everyone agrees (it only gets 45% on Rotten Tomatoes).
You know what movie gets 97% on Rotten Tomatoes? The Artist That remains my Oscar pick for best picture, and I really want the French dude to win best actor. You need to see it already!
This is what I’m working on now:
I have found a documentary for us to watch this weekend. It is a documentary about the hardest eco-adventure race in the world!
Unfortunately, I don’t think we are cut out to participate in next year’s Wenger Patagonian Expedition Race. We almost didn’t survive the hike by Signal Hill in St. John’s, you remember, and there were railings along most of the trail.
So instead of planning our adventure racing careers, maybe we should just watch this documentary and eat snacks instead. I hope it will be as good as the old Eco Challenge TV shows!
See you soon!
- Mr. Lazy
Good evening, Mr. Lazy,
It’s good that your resolutions are going well, and that you have adopted another one (I thought your previous list was a bit lazy). I don’t really like risotto, though, so maybe you can pick a Miss Giggles-friendly dish for your next one.
My resolutions are going okay, though I have not read any more of the Steve Jobs book. I have been distracted by the following:
1. Working on my secret knitting project.
2. Watching the DVD of Jamie’s Kitchen while I am working on número 1. I prefer to watch people cook on TV rather than to do it myself.
3. Looking at the program book called Savage Beauty which was an exhibition of Alexander McQueen’s work at the MET. He was a fashion designer who committed suicide last year, in case you didn’t know that, Mr. Lazy. Anyway, the book is very nice (picture above is from it), and makes me wish I lived in NYC so I could have gone to see the exhibit.
4. Working for a living.
I want to get back to the Jobs’ book soon, though, and also see my first movie of the year.