Saturday, July 22, 2006


Here's the Thomas Jefferson in a bikini painting - still in progress. Well, it might be done. I'm not sure yet. (Colleen, I think he's still there, down in the bottom left corner...)

I worked on it for a while today but I need to leave it alone and see what I think later.

Last night I watched The Constant Gardener. It was sad but really good. I love Ralph Fiennes. He definitely has that sweet, bungling, sensitive man thing down.

It made me think of a movie that he was in that I had seen a few years ago called Oscar and Lucinda. I need to find it again.

I got some sushi last night. I went to I Heart Sushi first but they said it would take an hour for my order to be made! What's up with that? So I went to a place down the street that used to be a bad Chinese buffet but is now a nice Korean/Japanese place. The sushi was pretty good. I haven't had a whole lot of sushi, so I'm definitely not an expert.

Jenna came over this morning to pick up some boxes that Cathy donated. It was really nice this morning. A "cold front" blew in and it only got up to about 96 today. I know. Only 96. It feels a lot better, though!

I was hoping to go out tonight but my two possibilities bailed on me. So I guess I'm going to have another loser weekend. I do have a couple more movies to watch...

4 comments:

Colleen said...

You covered up TJ!! I cry "Censorship!!"

Deanna said...

Chill out. He's still there. You just have to look a little harder to see him.

ElleCharlie said...

Loser weekends can be fun, although maybe not if you're in the mood to go out. The Constant Gardner confused me - I only got through half. But my roommate was asleep while I was watching it so I had the sound down low - maybe I missed stuff just by not hearing it? I'm a little dense when it comes to following plot lines...

I think your work is very cool - thanks for sharing it on your blog - it's fun to check for newly posted stuff!

Deanna said...

The Constant Gardener was a little hard to follow at first - I had to rewind a couple of times to figure out what someone said. I was trying to figure out the people and the thing with the government and the drug company but decided just not to worry about it and in the end it all made sense.