Okay, now it's confession time.
I am totally in love with James Franco's eyes. So Last night I watched Tristan & Isolde for about the 10th time. I'll probably watch it many, many, many more times. I was watching East of Eden the other night starring James Dean and I commented to DH of the striking resemblance Franco had to Dean. DH agreed and said that if anyone were to play the life of Dean, James Franco would be a good choice. Lo and behold....James Franco played James Dean in a TV movie titled none other than James Dean. It's now on my list of movies to watch.
I should also confess that I am a big movie fan. I watch very little TV because I'm always watching a DVD instead. While in AUS, I went to the movies 4 times. Talk about luxury...with 3 kids I'd never get to go to so many movies in a two week period. DH doesn't have a problem with my movie fascination because 1) I have good taste when it comes to movies (The Fantastic Four DOESN'T count) and 2) He thinks that most TV shows being produced now are a bunch of crap.
When people come to visit me, one thing they notice is the amount of works in progress I have. While it seems that I have a knitting project in every room of the house, the kid's rooms and the bathrooms are WIP free. I make up for that by having several WIP in the TV room. .....Sigh..... and still I yearn to start more projects.
My mom, on one of her rare visits, asked me how I ever get anything done with so many projects on the go. Maybe I should tell her about the scarf. I finished the second sleeve of my summer sweater/top and am now beavering away at the front (aka the final piece).
I have an eight year old in the house today...yesterday she was only seven.....How did that happen????? I'm feeling so old........wait...... A couple of months ago a woman came into work and couldn't believe that I had a 13-year old. Now THAT made me feel WONDERFUL!!!!!!!! I agreed to work on my DD's birthday so I'd better cut this short and spend some time with her.
So with that being said, I must be off
Yours in Yarn,