6.7.12

There must be something between us

 
even if it's only the ocean.

This weekend, I intend to wallow in the British Grand Prix and films.

My eye hurts, my vanity has been too much, and i still don't have a parrot and it is going to rain, I'm allowed.

I have complete control of the remote to a fully loaded SkyHD box AND Apple TV.

I intend on making the most of it, starting with An Affair to Remember.

suggestions for films if you will.

Also

Drive like the wind Lewis.


17 comments:

fleur said...

Breakfast at tiffanys- I loooove her!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Sprout said...

Mame! The Rosalind Russell version. Unless laughing makes your eye hurt.

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Genevieve with Kenneth More, Kay Kendall, John Gregson and Dinah Sheridan a Great British classic with cars (though not Formula 1!)

Avril Leigh said...

Harold and Maud...wonderful film to laugh and cry over.

FlowerGirl26 said...

An American in Paris, just for Leslie Caron's ballet and Georges Guetary singing 'Stairway to Paradise'.

Polly Alexandre said...

Where is the hound when you need him?

It's very wrong...so very wrong... but Blades of Glory hits the spot for me.

Kay said...

A Good Year with Russel Crowe..just to see the sun and glorious french countryside and because it makes me laugh....hope your eye is better soon...x

Jenny Rudd said...

Blades of Glory - in my top 3. Good choice Polly

Joan said...

Amelie, with Audrey Tautou. I also liked her in another charming film, Happenstance.

Jen said...

Love the idea of a summer movie weekend. For me it would be Bull Durham, Annie Hall, Tootsie, Chocolat, The Station Agent. Maybe an old Bergman with Liv Ullman.

Gail, in northern California said...

Sweet little film I could watch over and over again--"Miss Potter". Talented artist waaaaaaay ahead of her time. The British people owe her a debt of gratitude for what she saved for them and their children, and their children's children.

Mrs T-J said...

What have you done to your eye Miss P?

Enjoy your sofa loafing, sometimes there really isnt anything better, indulging in comforting treats and a little glass of alcoholic muscle relaxant.

My all time favourite oldie, It's a Wonderful Life, Jimmy Stewart. Love it, got to be in black & white not the remasterd colour version xxx

Bow Street Flowers said...

Moonstruck. Beautiful Cher before The Lips.

Anonymous said...

Young at Heart with Doris Day and Frank Sinatra Love it x

Vintage Angel said...

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof - Elizabeth Taylor and Paul Newman!

Sue A said...

Strictly Ballroom, Some Like it Hot or Casablanca. Hope your poorly eye improves soon, if anyone can work the eye patch look, it's you.

flwrjane said...

Funny I was just listening to opera and thinking of how beautiful Cher was in Moonstruck.

Was your weekend all you needed?

Can I get you anything?

xo Jane