|I'll Be Glad When It's Bedtime
||[Nov. 27th, 2010|08:32 pm]
It's been a very cold day. I didn't bother to get dressed and have been slopping around in my plaster-bespattered dressing gown. The room I spend most of my time in is piled with stuff that has been moved from other rooms and looks like the Steptoes' front parlour. Ailz has spent the day in bed, watching Harry Potter movies. I joined her for The Half-Blood Prince, which is the only one I hadn't seen before. It is deliciously gloomy. In the evening my father-in-law had another of his panic attacks and has been whisked back into hospital. We could hear the ambulance whining as it drove past the park.|
Even the ambulance has enough of the guy!!
Feel warmer soon...
Sorry to hear about your father-in-law's health problems.
I just saw the first part of the final Harry Potter series, and the now-adult actors did their best job--Emma in particular was more subtle, and Harry (who looked rather dorky in the last movie) also did a good job--less hamming it up. It's so interesting to see how the children have grown and changed.
The movie, understandably, is very grim, but I found it interesting and not too long (even at two and a half hours).
The roundup of Mudbloods was the lowest part for me--it seemed (as in the book) to be inserted as a lesson about prejudice--I found it very uncomfortable to watch, and felt it was almost two separate stories.
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