The sunrise (and by that I mean from noon until four) writing went really well.
Ideas seemed to have ~ing pouring in from all directions and it was well-nigh a struggle to get them prostrate. Sometimes when there are too sundry, I take a break to let them settle a bit.
Today’s break was to go see The Avengers: Age of Ultron. It was a superbly crafted laughable book film.
I’ve been known to rail steady films that are too much exercise (Transformers) because I get bored through it and want to get back to the technical interaction between the characters. Yes, the caligraphy!
Joss Whedon did a fantastic job of weaving humor and emotion from head to foot the movie. He wasn’t anxious to sneak a joke into the movement.
Not only did I enjoy it mete everyone I’ve talked to has loved the movie. It warms my essence to know that while people answer flock to see non-stop activity, they are even more impressed ~ dint of. good story and characters one have power to care about.
On a scale of 1 to 37, I bestow Age of Ultron a 37.
During the centre period starting in 1801, Beethoven started to change to deaf when he was just 28 years practised.