|Love this new poetry format: Piku|
For the past few weeks, I’ve had the hardest time watching television. You see, I only watch one channel: OETA – the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority, which transmits from Oklahoma City. I decided all I needed was my rooftop antenna. I was set! But I believe the last big wind storm blew my antenna “off course” and I’ve been getting horrible reception.
So I went out and bought an indoor antenna.
Which I couldn’t get to work properly…
Luckily, Danny came over and redirected my antenna when he was cutting back the branches that were scraping my roof. You know that sound, right? (it’s very windy in Oklahoma and I didn’t need to damage the roof any more than need be!)
This past weekend I watched The Train (1964), with Burt Lancaster on Saturday’s OETA Movie Club. I’ve never seen it before. The movie is based on a book called Le front de l’art by Rose Valland, who documented works of art that the Germans were trying to steal from France in World War II. Kinda reminds me of a movie I’ve been wanting to see: The Monuments Men, just released on DVD.
Come by Ms. Jenny’s site … off on my tangent…
and see what words were chosen by the AlphabeThursday gang for the Letter A.