First: I’m sorry I forgot to notify people about the game “Tag You’re It” before, or at the same time, I posted about it here. My brain was not working, I guess. Dunno why. Everyone I “tagged” was notified hours after the post.
Second: Has anyone watched Downton Abbey? I did when it was on. I forgot, before cancelling my cable television, that the series second season would be starting in January. Until about two days ago when I saw something on the internet about the second season. I found a link to the second season episodes on Downton Abbey: Surviving the wait for Season Two on PBS. I HAVE to watch the first season again, I know, not rational, but I MUST before watching the second season. The second season episodes will EXPIRE on March 7th (You can watch on PBS, which is what I am doing.). ACK! If only I had remembered earlier. I don’t watch very much television, but I AM watching this, waited for so long for the second season and I did not even think about it when I had my cable turned off. Stupid me. Please forgive my temporary absence….PLEASE?!?!?! I have to watch. I am left without any impulse to resist. I must. I love the series.
If you watched Downton Abbey, either season, did you like it?
Right after publishing my last post about World Book Night, I was reminded by a post in The Haints that today is actually World Book Day, and in celebration they posted the most wonderful little animated film, so wonderful that I had to share. It captures the wonder and magic of books in such a touching and beautiful way.
The film is titled The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, and it just won the Oscar for Best Animated Short.
Happy World Book Day, and Enjoy!
“There is no delight in owning anything unshared.”.