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Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
2:04p - LOL of the Day Department
I'm cleaning/organizing.  In one pile, dated 2/15/2013, I found a note.
(start note)
To LBHH (my sister-ed)
Imagining Argentina
Gallipoli
Cat Ballou
Turner & Hooch
(end note)
Scribbled on the side, "Start movie DVD/VCR list . [Also use as] 'Like back' list."

TODAY, I copied my "books read" list format and entered the four names, as well as the book pattern for The English Patient.  I know I had/have the audio book version for Eng. Patient, and have subsequently WATCHED the movie, but whether I own/rented the Netflix version, I'm not sure.  I'm also not sure if I returned the tapes (verdict still out on that one, but I DID find the DVD camera, still in the bag with the other things I had not unloaded following my cousins and my return from the Wyoming funeral, properly "put away" so well that, although it was in plain sight, I didn't find it until YESTERDAY.  [Hidden from myself by "putting it away in a LOGICAL place" in early April...])

My question?  Did I give/send my sister those four DVD/VHS movies?  If so, does she still have them?  I am assuming I DID and that SHE DOES, and have so entered it in the brand new "Movies Owned" file.  IF this is in error, I trust that she will let me know.  (Otherwise, it may be MONTHS before I figure it out at the rate I'm going.  Guess I'm learning patience.)  And, are they DVD or VHS?  I have/had both of many titles.  (At one time, I had a start of the movies list, but it was lost lo, these many computer crashes ago, and was not more than 50 titles long at that point anyway.)


current mood: giggly

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4:06p - My CAT HOUSE
I HAVE A WORKING CAT HOUSE NOW!  Not all the details are finished, but it is at least allowing the poor critters to go outside unsupervised for the first time in their lives.

current mood: laughing

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