Another Week

Assorted items I have encountered over the previous seven days — movies, TV shows, books, websites, products, recipes, whatever.

Another Week: Number 67

Another Week: Number 67

Amy’s memorial gathering was held Saturday at Church & Market in Kenosha. I also got a haircut and had three window screens re-screened.

Another Week: Number 65

Another Week: Number 65

A late March snowstorm triggers Christmas, Kate Middleton has cancer, ‘Winter’s Bone’ (2010), ‘Hitler,’ by Joachim Fest, ‘Detour’ (1945).

Another Week: Number 64

Another Week: Number 64

“You’ll get a smile to your lips before you get a tear to your eye.” Plus: ‘Great Expectations’ (1946), and ‘Mikey and Nicky’ (1976).

Another Week: Number 63

Another Week: Number 63

Joe Biden or Donald Trump? Pick one. Four years ago, Trump failed his big test badly. Plus ‘Triumph of the Will’ (1935), ‘Poor Things’ (2023), and ‘The Zone of Interest’ (2023).

Another Week: Number 62

Another Week: Number 62

Two new recliners, some poke and walleye. Little by little, I’m sorting things out. Plus: ‘May December’ (2023), and ‘Priscilla’ (2023).

Another Week: Number 61

Another Week: Number 61

Emails, photos, contact lists, calendars, credit accounts, closets, drawers, socks, spice jars, shampoos, lotions … plus ‘Anatomy of a Fall’ (2023) and ‘Nyad’ (2023).

Another Week: Number 60

Another Week: Number 60

Super Bowl LVIII, chicken pot pie, Valentine’s Day, Kansas City mass shooting, Alexei Navalny, Fani Willis hearing, ‘Past Lives’ (2023)

Another Week: Number 59

Another Week: Number 59

Walking is a metaphor. Moving forward trains you to move forward. 66th Grammy Awards, Immediate Family (2023), Apple Vision Pro review at The Verge.

Another Week: Number 58

Another Week: Number 58

I am the ghost who haunts this house; Ross MacDonald — Brightwood Press, American Experience: Nazi Town, USA; Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1974)

Another Week: Number 55

Another Week: Number 55

A ‘newer normal’ every day as Amy says she’s dying. ‘Lake of the Shining Arrow: A History of Brown’s Lake,’ by Carol DeMarco, ‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’ (2016)