Which means my spending for June is $15.11,
I thought since I had less hours at work this week I would get more stitching time, didn't really work out that way. Some company arrived, so I had to be social. Also our town's main phone company is switching over to fiber optic so we had techs around switching out our internet, and then they had this deal to that if we switched to there TV service, we would get a free PVR for each TV. as we didn't have any sort of PVR before, we jumped at the deal. Also looks like we may get another free gift for bundling everything together. more on that if it happens.
|Three of the Safeway Grads|
|And look!!!! Tardis Dress!!!!|
So Cindy did get some work done, also, after much thought I figured out how to make her more portable so now that I'm down to two projects I'll be able to get more done on her.
And since I finally finished everything else last week, I'm just getting ready to start this kit that my brother gave me for Christmas several years ago. There's a lot of half stitch in this, so it shouldn't take too long.
As for what I watched this week:
Robotech: The Macross Saga E17-25
Tiger Eyes - From the Judy Blume book, that I read and read and read again, and this is a decent adaptation, makes me want to read it again, it’s been about 20 years since the last time.
The Dark Knight - Despite Aaron Eckhart and the brilliant Heath Ledger, this is my least favorite of the three Nolan Batman movies. That’s not to say it’s not amazing, I just prefer the other two.
The Dark Knight Rises - Man, I forgot how good this one is. This is the first time I’ve watched the trilogy at once, and wow is it amazing. But this one, this one rises above the others Bane was done perfectly. A movie is only as good as its villain, something that was proven in all three. Catwoman was a bit superfluous but still well done, and I love the nod to Nightwing, my all time favorite comic book character of any company. Nolan made the movies feel like the comics, it’s a hard thing to do without getting corny or over the top, He made the necessary changes to make it work as a film, without compromising the basic character of the people. I mean, Wow, just wow.