I barely met this goal, but was able to finish it this morning (it’s still technically summer, although most people don’t count September).
Basically I was able to start a running habit by making myself run. A revolutionary concept I know, but I guess that’s the point of Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign.
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well, I’m going there to write this now, so wait an hour or so. :)
Writing is easy – it really is. Of course, I haven’t tried the goal of writing something good yet, but I’m not in any rush. Everyday we encounter things worth writing about and as soon as I realized that, I was never hard pressed for topics. I now have a blog I semi-regularly post to, and am even writing about things that have little to do with me. I only hope these skills I’m trying to develop will be used for something greater.
I am not sure why Young and Innocent is so overlooked when people list Hitchcock films, but I know I will no longer leave it out. The characters weren’t exactly relatable, but they were fun to watch. Some parts were a little forced/predictable, but I had no trouble going with them. It wasn’t a perfect movie, but I loved watching it. It also contains some great comments.
I am rewatched Sabotage and am not sure why I didn’t previously like it. I loved the progressions of understanding for the characters and watching their actions and reactions. They are people with flaws, and I was amazed at some of the plot decisions Hitchcock made. In one scene of amazing suspense, I was actually surprised at the end (which is rare). Anyway, now I might have to rewatch a few more. :)