Cindy got lots done
And since it was all going so well, a took a small break and stitched up the NCCIH logo, finally getting to use a small piece of brown fabric Carla sent me. I didn't have a large needle to put in like Carla did, so I just stitched it, and since I didn't have any silver thread I used some pretty grey and sparkling Krenkik blending stuff.
Obviously I watched a lot of stuff too.
Downton Abbey S02-E08 to
Sleepy Hollow S02 E02
Witches of East End S02 E10 & 11
Brave - As princess movies go, this one is definitely a little different, and so very lush in the visuals. Of course the Gaelic music doesn’t hurt my feelings either.
Bride and Prejudice - A British/Indian production it’s Pride and Prejudice remade as a modern bollywood movie, great fun.
Bruce Almighty - To start, I am not a Jim Carrey fan, I don’t care for his brand of humor, though I can handle him better than Adam Sandler, Rob Schnider, Will Farrell and the rest of that type. I own two Carrey movies, The Truman Show which is one of my favorites period, and this one, that just makes me giggle. I guess adding Morgan Freeman as God was just the right touch
The Sky is Not The Limit - A documentary about Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield, This seems to have been made just before he left to command the ISS so doesn’t include how he got people worldwide excited about space again, and interesting man, a proud Canadian an a bit of a hero of mine. And in telling his story I also learned a lot more about the Canadian space program.
A Bug’s Life - I remember seeing this in the theatre and being wowed by the animation, now having just watched Brave a couple days ago, it seems very primitive, still beautiful though and like most Pixar movies it has a great story.
Bullet to Beijing - Harry Palmer is a british spy played by the great and wonderful Michael Caine, Palmer is the anti-Bond in a way, the move is understated the people look like real people and it's funny and gritty and interesting, there are 6 Palmer movies 3 filmed in the 60's one in the 70's and 2 in the 90's. And Caine is in all of them. This is the second to last and filmed in 93, and is mainly about the problems spies were having with the cold war being over and making them redundant.