I’ve noticed that the month of May has flown by quickly. No television was my goal. We watched a few movies – about one every other week. Since I’ve dropped TV, I picked up drawing, photography, photoshopping, flickr networking, more blogging and getting closer to my wife and kids.
Tonight I go to a pizza place that can best be described as something like Dave and Busters, but more family oriented. I hope to have fun with photography there and meet a couple of new people. With more activity in life, it feels more like an adventure. Other than the occasional movie, I’m ready to give up the screen altogether.
By the way, the movies watched were: The last few shorts from the Ray Bradbury Theater, Planet of the Apes (with Charlton Heston) and Les Miserables with Liam Neeson and Uma Thurman. Ray Bradbury Theater was a real disappointment. I remember him being more creative instead of taking ideas from other writers and putting mild twists on them. Planet of the Apes was interesting. Charlton Heston has a way with overstating the obvious. Les Miserables was fantastic. This version in particular shows the devastation of a man’s soul when he demands justice without grace and mercy.