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And my friend Judy and I just returned from seeing Arbitrage, a new movie with Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon. Not exactly what you might call an uplifting movie, because the gist of it is that if you are rich enough, and smart enough, you can get away with just about anything. However, this is the best work that Gere has done in years, and Susan Sarandon was wonderful but not a central character. If Richard does not earn at least an Academy Award nomination for this work, something is wrong with the way they do things. He was simply wonderful. Engaging, totally outside the moral world that anybody but the super-rich live in, and completely believable. I loved it. Not my favorite movie of all time, but well worth seeing.
Well, that's my "bit of this, bit of that," and I am happily drinking my glass of red wine as I write this. Yesterday I had one of the best days of skydiving I've had for awhile, and although the weather was perfect for more of the same, I was sated and happy to be doing something else with my day. After I finish my glass of wine, I'm heading out to water my garden with hopes that eggplant will continue to grow!