Watching Movies on a Saturday Night | crowwoman's Blog
I borrowed two dvd's from the public library this weekend. One was Capote and I found it to be very good, but sad and bittersweet. The other I watched was J. Edgar. It had a sadness to it, also. Again, I am still in somewhat of a dark mood and desire to explore the human psyche and it's darkness and the sadness of being an imperfect human being in the adult world.
That is how I feel about myself...imperfectly adult in my world of slight brooding and darkness. The aloneness hurts some times.
Exchange the sad memory for a good memory I'm told. Some people don't have memory.
I talked to a gentleman at the bottle redemption center today and told him I was sorry about his wife's mother passing. He told me it was a blessing; that she had Alzheimer's and died in his wife's arms. He told that the hospice nurse said she had a smile on her face as she died.
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EP is Therapeutic for Me, posted April 25th, 2012
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