Been writing a lot about Kat, my 19-year-old.
Her much older brother, my son Chris, sent me this bit of info.
Kids do grow up.
They continue to make their parents proud.
Today’s post is a link to an interview of Chris Capossela, Marketing Director for Microsoft, and my son, that interview today’s post.
Today is Thursday, June 28, 2018
Good morning, my friends.
This is my eighty-first consecutive daily posting.
It is 5.44am.
Mild temperatures and heavy rain today. Rain much needed around New England.
On the screen: Lili is a 1953 American film released by MGM. It stars Leslie Caron as a touchingly naïve French girl whose emotional relationship with a carnival puppeteer is conducted through the medium of four puppets. The screenplay by Helen Deutsch was adapted from "The Man Who Hated People", a short story by Paul Gallico which appeared in the October 28, 1950, issue of The Saturday Evening Post.
It won the Academy Award for Best Music, and was also entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
Following the film's success, Gallico expanded his story into a 1954 novella entitled Love of Seven Dolls. The film was adapted for the stage under the title Carnival! (1961).
I’m at my desk.
Dinner is out. I teach a walking-around-the- Neighborhood class in Dr. James Pasto's course on Boston's North End history, after which we repair to a local restaurant, Bricco's tonight, for a family-style dinner: antipasti, pasta, fish, and meat. Coffee and dessert taken at a local cafe.
Working Geek: How Chris Capossela went from Bill Gates’ speechwriter to Microsoft’s chief marketer – GeekWire
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