Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life - Rachel Carson

Friday, February 25, 2011

You'll come to see that a man learns nothing from winning. The act of losing, however, can elicit great wisdom. Not least of which is, uh... how much more enjoyable it is to win. It's inevitable to lose now and again. The trick is not to make a habit of it.


Its Friday and am up very early zipping on coffee, yesterday was the day I break from my dreadful routine, don’t get me wrong I still have to work but in a different branch. Yesterday I had some time on my hands and I spent it Gardening, yes gardening am 22 but I love getting rid of the bad plants and smelling my roses. One day not far from today I wish to own an outstanding Garden full of lovely little roads and small ponds and incredible flowers. Which brings me to a wonderful film that I also enjoyed last night “A Good Year” it has an amazing cast such as Russell Crowe, Marion Cotillard  when you place these two actors in a film something extraordinary happens. But the cast wasn’t the only thing that captivated my heart it was the story!! Russell plays a character that to my opinion resembles my life well not entirely am not as wealthy as the character is, but my life is surrounded by never taking a vacation working non-stop in other words, struggling with dreadful co-workers who never produce a good deed. Getting tangled in their competitive mode and listening to them rant about useless thing that to them mean the world. Getting home at 6pm and knowing I don’t have time to do what I really want to do because I have other responsibilities and plus the next day I must wake-up early to start the same dysfunctional routine. Oh what a life huh? The trip the character takes if far from the trip I’ll take, but it refreshes the though of running free, feeling the cold air for once, not giving a damn about my boss and my job responsibilities not caring about what my life should look like at the moment and not asking my self over and over again why aren’t I happy? – The film gave me an inner tingle that has lingered and I hope it continues to do so; I can’t get enough of it. Please purchase, rent, or barrow……………. This film is wonderful, it contains an enchanting realistic story, full of witty dialog and realistic romance, the locations are magnificent.

Love Dye!!! Please have a wonderful weekend!♥♥♥♥♥♥


4 comments:

sojourned in style said...

sounds like a terrific film. that whole message of stopping to smell the roses which really connects witht his post (your affinity for gardening) and not gettting swallowed in earthly responisblities.

Caroline Ergy Erg said...

I'm going to have to make sure i watch that film :) i really like the second and third stills!
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CDG said...

Hmm haven't seen this film yet. Definitely gonna check it out. And haha teach me how to run a successful garden! I tried having a garden once and all the roses died fast or didn't grow at all lol.

blue morning said...

You're so sweet to garden ! It's really cool ! thanks a lot for ur notes. I'm going to check ur blog now cause it's pleasant !
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