I got this book a while back called Getting Things Done. There are some fantastic tips for getting your whole life organized. I would read the thing again but I let a friend, who really needed the book, borrow it. He lost it. Yep, there was nothing that Getting Things Done could do for him because he lost it pretty much right after I gave it to him to read. I really just had to laugh at how things turned out in that situation. But I did get to read this book at least once and took many things to heart.
Last night Allison and I watched a very nice movie by Paul Reiser called The Thing About My Folks. The movie starred Paul Reiser and Peter Falk as father and son. I love father and son movies. I love road trip movies and I think Paul Reiser has an excellent flair for dialogue. Both Allison and I loved the movie. It was touching in parts, heartbreaking in others and humorous as well. The Amazon plot synopsis goes like this:
Plot Synopsis: Ben’s dad Sam shows up one night with a note from Ben’s mother (Sam’s wife of 46 years), that she has left. While Ben’s wife and his three sisters try to find her, Ben takes Sam on a day trip to see a farmhouse that’s for sale. The day trip turns into a road trip while dad and son explore their past, their relationship, and why Sam’s wife might have left him. The road trip includes fishing, drinking, playing pool, sleeping under the stars, and frank discussion. Anger simmers close at hand, as do love and hope. Where Sam’s wife is – and why she left – leads to the movie’s resolution.
The movie is worth checking out.