Wednesday, March 23, 2011

n is for nothing

It is hard to interest those who have everything in those who have nothing.

Helen Keller (1880-1968) author and educator

wall wednesday continues.

nothing much to say other than confess to being super busy and neglecting the bloggyhood, not cause I want to be negligent, but simply because there are not enough hours in a day, or days in a week!

I'm trying to stay on task and work on all the projects I have in progress. starting friday nothing much will get done the cleveland international film festival opens tomorrow night and I will be spending much of the next ten days sitting in the dark, traveling around the world via a celluloid wormhole!

nothing compares 2 u - sinead o'conner performs her 1990 breakout hit. the song was originally released in 1985 by the family, a band formed by prince (but not containing prince). incidentally, price wrote the song and does perform it (as you can see here from a 2004 appearance on the ellen show).

photo: wall near the dertoit eastern market, february 2011


tut-tut said...

looking forward to seeing you NEXT week!

Tom said...

great--will be looking for your reviews via facebook!

karen said...

Oh my gosh...have we gotten to N already...time really does fly and there never are enough hours in the day. Especially for blogging. I took a break and found I couldn't stay away. I'm afraid I'm addicted to my bloggy friends....
N-joy the film fest...can't wait to hear all about it. xo

Megan said...

Nothing wrong with being busy.

Yay, film fest! I'm not going to say 'have fun' because I know you will!

37paddington said...

i get the not enough hours in the day/days in the week thing! just dropping by to say, hey!

love to you.

Betsy Brock said...

have FUN! :)

Ricky Shambles said...

I do love that song.

I guess we'd need another global disaster, but one bad enough to slow the spin of the Earth to add a couple of hours to the clock. But one where no one dies or loses their home. So, an act of God, I guess.

Sorry for wasting that text. I'll start working on the time dilation machine right now.