Yesterday afternoon was sunny, the temps were warm. A loaf of bread baked as I began working on the aquarium: a change is on the way. And then the temps outside began to drop. As the sun rose, the temps were a cool 31 (F), cold enough to start putting the roses into hibernation. The foliage for the dahlias will be gone soon. This is the time of change.
I went to see "No Time to Die" last evening, the latest Bond flick. This is not your average 007 thriller. The color palette reminded me of a film from the late 50's to early 60's, filled with deep colors and shadows. Daniel Craig played the oldest Bond ever, easily a man in his late 40's, a spy brought out of retirement. There is a lot of dialogue. And don't try thinking about the Nano byte threat which defies logic. Rami Malik's villain seemed too wispy at times. This is my way of saying there are some problems. Nothing to keep me from not liking the movie, but things my brain needs to just pass by rather than think about.