I am coming up with surprisingly little to say. I saw and liked THE CARD COUNTER with Oscar Issac. This is Paul Scrader's new film and continues the themes from FIRST REFORMED.
Too soon to say what I think of SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE, which also stars Issac and Jessica Chastain. Having trouble investing myself in a number of series I have tried. HIT AND RUN for one and GONE FOR GOOD for two. Reading a movie on a TV is not much fun. My facial recognition issues require me to watch the person and not the closed captions. Sometimes the dubbing is good enough to use that but they have to at least provide them with the appropriate accent. Which is why Lupin didn't work well for me.
Instead I am watching a British show on a Portrait Painting competition. Have I lost my focus completely?
I went to see a new high rise apartment complex near me. It has some really great features but it looked like a place where everyone would be under thirty.
This week a toilet and the garbage disposal broke. I was able to fix the disposal but had to pay to have the toilet fixed. I really don't remember having weekly repairs when Phil was here. And I know he was not handy so what's up?
Not reading anything particularly good. Although I have now read THE FRIEND three times (Nunez) Maybe I will just reread rather than read anew. Three books await me at the library. Maybe one of those will capture my attention.
I was supposed to get to see Kevin play tennis this week but they had to forfeit because they had no bus driver and parents are not insured to transport kids to sports activities. This pandemic has cost all of us so much and still people are not getting vaccinated. The numbers are flat in Michigan. Anyone not vaccinated now, if not for medical reasons, is just plain selfish and evil.
What about you?