Thursday, October 13, 2016

Three Beautiful Things 10/12/16: Colette Cafe, Ana Climbs, *The Imitation Game*

1. The Deke was home.  Yom Kippur is a school holiday in Prince George's County.  Around noon, I volunteered to go over to Colette Cafe, order us each a sandwich, bring them home, and see what we thought.  We were both pleased with our wraps and it looks like we have a place nearby to go to on those rare days when we'd like a take out sandwich during the day.

2.  That Ana. We went over to see Molly and the kids late this afternoon and Ana, given the slightest opportunity, wants to climb on dining chairs and climb on top of the dining table -- and needs to be monitored at all times!

3.  I thoroughly enjoyed the suspense and the intrigue and was angered and saddened by the ultimate conclusion of the movie The Imitation Game.  It reminded me of watching Apollo 13, as a very intelligent team works a problem that seems, on the face of it, impossible to solve. This part of the plot was inspiring. My sadness and rage resulted from what the movie unfolded about Alan Turing's private life and his death. Because you might not have seen the movie, I'll leave it at that.

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