Although I found the plot likable, there were some things in it that made me question the time the story happened. It certainly felt like it did happen back in the 50’s.
Archie is like a geyser with so much energy and adventure-seeking spirit in him that is just waiting to come out. Lucy’s ability to reach out to others is in a way endearing. Or not,
Anyway, what I liked better was Lavinia and John’s story unfolding after 50 years. i teared up a bit when John’s letter was read:
“So I am left with nothing but to wish you happiness, my darling, to hope that any hurt I engendered healed quickly, that someone worthy of you won your heart and made you happy. If I were a better man I would hope that you forgot me. But I am not. I hope you remembered me, infrequently but kindly, because I know every day for the rest of my life I will have thought of you.”
DreamWorks Animation and City of Dreams Manila is building the first ever DreamPlay Center.
Read more about DreamPlay here.
Gotta love them sunset skies. I don’t know if it’s just me but I love December/January sunset skies than summer’s more vivid hues. Perhaps its those clouds that make the ski more dramatic. Perhaps because the weather is cooler and I can go out to enjoy the cool breeze.
Here was last Sunday’s sunset sky:
It would have been cool to cap off this evening with dinner while there is soft music, cool breeze and warm food. Wouldn’t it be great?
Drive by sunset photo from University Avenue. Check it out here.
If you are still undecided as to what to give someone who has a collection of DVDs and CDs, what about standsandmounts dvd racks?
This is easier to do than trying to second guess if he/she already has that rare copy original DVD you are currently holding, priced ridiculously steep than normal.
I’m sure this collector would love to see the CDs all arranged according to genre so that watching is more fun.