Sunday, March 13, 2016

Lazy Day Cat

This was what I did all day today, with reading and movie watching thrown in for good measure. It was just that kind of day and I thoroughly enjoyed it too. There is absolutely nothing to watch tonight on TV, no Downton, no The Good Wife. I hope I have something good on my DVR and I'm sure I must, otherwise I'll read. Rain tonight and tomorrow. Enjoy your Sunday night. xo via


tammy j said...

on TCM tonight. here it starts at 7pm.
victor victoria!
if you haven't seen it... it's a total treat!
james garner ... julie andrews and robert preston...
and the jazz age in paris.
oh my.
at least it's showing HERE. I hope it is there in NJ too!

annette said...

Our cat has barely changed positions for the last three rainy days. He gets up to eat and then resumes his spot on a chair and is fast asleep in seconds.Yes, reading it shall be tonight.I'm already missing Downton. Enjoy whatever you choose to do.

Gail, northern California said...

Sundays should be a day of rest. You've certainly earned it a little R & R.

I'll bet Mr. Webster enjoyed having you nearby.

Content in a Cottage said...

tammy j ~~ I ended up watching a movie I recorded from Turner Classic Movies (one of my top favorite channels). My film last night was The Summer of '42. I don't think I had seen it since it premiered in the early 1970s and I saw it back then with my brother. I didn't realize it was filmed on Nantucket and when I saw it originally, I had never been there. My, has it ever changed!
I hope PBS brings back Sunday nights sometime soon.
xo, Rosemary

tammy j said...

I hadn't thought of 'summer of 42' in ages.
it's one of my favorites.
you never see it anymore. i'll see if my library has it.
I loved everything about it. a small beautifully made film.
and agreed on PBS. they will after march 21st I think!

jusaweecatnap said...

I must admit I'm glad Downton is over. I found so much about this series disappointing, though I never missed an episode. It was pretty to look at anyway. I'm looking forward to some fresh new stories.

I wanted to mention to you, and your followers, a movie I just got out of the library, "A Face in the Crowd." If you've never seen it, it stars Andy Griffith in his first movie, and Patricia O'Neal. They're both fabulous. More importantly, this 1957 movie is eerily relevant during our current presidential race. I urge everyone to seek it out, and watch the Special Features discussion on the dvd after you watch the movie. Elia Kazen was the director. I also watched another of his movies recently, "Gentleman's Agreement." Also a thought provoking movie.