Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Quick Note...



Quick post today - yesterday was a very nice day. I think the secret to working at home (at least for me) is getting out of the house at least once during the day and interacting with people. I went into the office after dropping off my stepson at school to send myself files to work on and that seemed to set a nice tone for the rest of the day. I didn't have the afternoon blah's that I usually get (although there was a moment of panic when the sound didn't work on my computer. Had to reboot it to make it work!).

For all you James Bond fans, Rene kindly told me this news: Casino Royale has a DVD release date of March 12, 2007. That's less than a month away.

But I haven't marked it on my calendar or anything. (Yeah, right.)

7 comments:

  1. Ooh...can't wait. I haven't seen a movie in theaters in years, so I'm always right on the new releases. Better update my Blockbuster queue. Thanks for the heads up.

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  2. I saw this in the theater, but won't mind at all watching it again! (I do the Blockbuster online thing too.)

    I'm looking forward to hearing more about opening sentences; I like to get a lot of mileage out of them myself.

    Loved the photos of the dogs and kids. :-)

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  3. Oh I can't wait to see the Bond movie. Thanks for the heads-up.

    :)

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  4. I never did get to see this at the cinema, but I've already pre-ordered it and can't wait!

    Sue :-)

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  5. Yes, getting out to even take a walk around the block helps a lot.

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  6. Mmmmm - Daniel Craig!! Sean will be thrilled to, but that's cause he's a big Bond fan and thought this was a superb adaptation of the book (he's a total Bond geek - if you look closely at the photo I posted of him yesterday, you'll see he's reading a Fleming bio).

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  7. WooHoo! I'll be first in line to buy that new DVD! Thanks for the heads-up, Melissa.

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