| Isis |
Indeed, you are 79% erudite, 66% sensual, 33% martial, and 29% saturnine.
| This Egyptian |
supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent
cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with
the Greek Goddess Demeter or her Roman version, Ceres.
|My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:|
|Link: The Mythological Goddess Test written by Nitsuki on Ok Cupid|
Movie: Mark and I saw The Interpreter this evening. It was an absorbing film, very intelligently written. Sean Penn actually convinced me his character was real! I thought Nicole Kidman did a superb job, and I spent a good part of the movie theorizing as to what the real assassination plot was.
My character David Young guessed wrong. *snicker*
For me, the most profound part of this movie was when Kidman's character describes how justice is carried out in the villages of the fictional African country she comes from. I wish I could remember one very beautiful quote from that scene. I found that part very moving.
Interestingly, Kidman in this movie looks a lot like an Imperial Secrets NPC of mine, Lady Maroise d'Mordaut. It was rather neat watching her--her accent was perfect for my NPC--and wondering who I could cast as her husband Alarique.
As for upcoming movies, I do want to see Kidman again in Bewitched. They've come up with a very fun way to do the remake.
We had dinner at Napoli's, and I ate a 10-inch pizza with my favorite toppings--hamburger, green olives, onions, and pineapple. Delicious! For once, the chef didn't get my order wrong.
Reading List: Latest book to add to my reading list is: Deficit of Decency by Zell Miller.
Work: I spent today organizing the brochures that I am responsible for keeping track of and re-odering when they run low. They were in a real mess, since my predecessor in this job was promoted several months ago. It was nice to get that done.
Maybe I'll clean my living room next.
Uh-huh. "Dream on...Dream on..."
Braille: Practice in Braille grade two continues, and I think I am learning it well. Being able to use the version of it that I invented helps immensely, because I can practice it all day without need of a slate and stylus.