Thank You, More Please
Wow, my running “outfit” was a bit of a train wreck today!
Like usual, I went for comfort and function over fashion! And this outfit functioned well for me on my 5 miles of HILLS. All runs in C’ville include some hill trotting but this one in particular is a doozy. I kinda like running hills though, it gives me the opportunity to plot along with no other goals than to just make it up! Thank you, more please!
When I got home I threw off my shoes, grabbed my mat, and hit the deck.
It was practically balmy today and it felt delicious to practice my yoga routine outside. Thank you, more please!
After yoga I indulged in some sunshine and a real simple smoothie.
Frozen strawberries, whey run-off from straining homemade yogurt, and stevia with a side of fresh pressed magazine! Thank you, more please!
Sunday night Tate and I had the pleasure of attending the closing film of the Virginia Film Festival. The film was happythankyoumoreplease, written, directed, and starring Josh Radnor.
Go see this movie. It is just lovely. This movie is nothing profound but very realistic and charming. The characters, a group of friends living in New York, are really well written and the music is great. I won’t give away the background on the title, you’ll have to find out for yourself! 😉
Josh Radnor was in attendance and held a talk-back and q+a at the end. The thing that stuck with me is how obviously proud of this movie he was and that he was very forward in admitting his “greenness” in his roles as writer and director. He was really well spoken and charming. I was a fan of his by default (love How I Met Your Mother) before but after seeing happythankyoumoreplease and hearing him speak, he has earned me as a faithful follower. Anchor Bay bought the film and it will be released in New York and L.A. on February 18th and then, hopefully, all over the place.
Have you seen any good movies lately? I know it got awful reviews but I am still looking forward to seeing Sex and the City 2! I was out of the country when it was in theaters and I waiting for the right time to rent it.