I had very odd dreams last night, but the one I remember most was one where I was dancing with Gene Kelly to "I Can't Smile Without You" by Barry Manilow.
I idolize Gene Kelly. No offense to Mr. Astaire, I think Gene Kelly was the greatest dancer ever -- though this was probably in great part due to his animation when he danced.
For a little fun this fine Sunday, have a gander at this:
In other news... I've gotten half a dozen google alerts about my books and stories being uploaded to illegal piracy sites. It's demoralizing, to say the least. Since being published, I've become a bit of a maniac when it comes to copyright protection -- something I can't get through to certain people I know, who are otherwise law-abiding citizens.
The other day, I stumbled across a YouTube video from Kid Rock about this. It's an absolutely perfect illustration of why what people are doing is wrong, even when they don't think it is. I will warn you that, it IS Kid Rock, so there is a bit of profanity here, but it's well worth a watch if you have folks in your life (like I do) who think nothing of burning an entire 12 season set of DVDs for everyone in their family (having BOUGHT the set from someone who had done the same thing first) and who don't think they've done anything wrong. I liked having the ammo to fight back.
And, on that note I'm going to listen to my "Singing in the Rain" soundtrack and do some writing.
Have an awesome day.
You Think Objectively
Your brain works best when you are able to think in steps.
You like procedures and routines. You are good at staying focused and on task.
You are excel at developing workable solutions to difficult problems. You simply look at the facts.
You have an excellent memory, and you are a quick thinker. You can sort out what's important from what's not.