Sometimes indecisiveness is the end. Sometimes the lack of making a decision makes a decision for you. I’m slowly creeping towards another year of my life and I’m trying to figure out my goals and wishes to come. In the grand scheme of things I’m not that far into life that we see people talk about at retirement, I have a lot more years to go. However, looking back I can honestly say that the accomplishments stack is feeling really light.
This week happened to be relatively un-notable. Besides the fact that I found myself, surprisingly, without a rewatch to mark down I made a lot of time for non-work things. I got home early, due to being in training, and did a lot of writing, which hopefully in the coming weeks can share. I even got around to watching some much sought after films, including a short Bowie documentary (mentioned below).
I took a year off from the series and even though with or without this intended look at films I’ve yet to catch up with I still make time for discoveries I do like the intent of calling the shots from the plate like this at the beginning of the year. I may be announcing later than most, but with the first entry due next week I wouldn’t say that I’m obstructively late to the table.
This last week was a week that was filled with chatter of how awards should have a lot of question marks about it, again. We laughed at Ricky Gervais making crude jokes at the world of entertainment, once again reminding us, “it’s just a movie guys”. However most importantly David Bowie passed.
I'm Andrew, a software developer/all around technologist by day and a film enthusiast by night. I grew up on the silly things of Star Wars, Indiana Jones, The Three Amigos and Nightmare on Elm Street, so it makes perfect sense to me to have my love for film become ever expanding by the minute.
I started writing about film somewhere about 2005 on Facebook, and slowly but surely I moved on to blogging here on the internet. I've been featured with a few other publications along the way and am always looking for the opportunity to do more with this passion of mine.
So enjoy the words, listen to the many podcasts I'll do in the years to come, and let me know what you think.