Tuesday, September 07, 2004

The last bands of rain and wind from Frances are passing through this morning. She's someone else's problem now; fortunately, there was no real damage at our place, though a quite large oak limb is across the front lawn. I don't think I want to go through another storm like that here in a mobile home beneath old trees!

I watched 'Good Will Hunting' last night. Very good movie; maybe not great but very good and the sort that appeals to me. Enough so that I have a copy of the screen play...speaking of which, I think I will quote a few lines. This is from one of the scenes with Sean (Robin Williams) , the psychologist, speaking to Will (Ben Affleck -- who cowrote the script with Matt Damon on cross-country car trips) about his deceased wife (and falling in love with someone in general):

"People call these things imperfections, Will. It just who we are. And we get to choose who we're going to let into our own weird little worlds. You're not perfect. And let me save you the suspense-- this girl you met isn't, either. The question is whether you're perfect for each other."

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