My book pick for the Micro.blog Book Recommendation Challenge Sprint for today is Flann O’Brien’s wonderfully complex and entertaining 1939 metafictional novel AT SWIM-TWO-BIRDS which is about an author, his characters and a lot more.

Tiny violet coloured flowers.

Tiny flowers

Had a wonderful 52 km bike ride mainly on the trails around Wolfville and it felt really great. πŸš΄πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ

Watching Lynn Shelton’s 2013 film TOUCHY FEELY again. πŸŽ₯

So sad to hear of the passing of Lynn Shelton. Such a talented director who brought sensitivity and a spirit of generosity to all her work.

Indigo.

Fish on side of handmade bowl.

Watching Rachel Talalay’s 1995 film TANK GIRL for the first time. 🍿

Blue

Blue car roof with trees reflected in it.

Crispy Cheesy Pan Pizza which was quite delicious.

Green.

Leaves of a tulip growing out the ground.

Yellow.

Dandelion

Cheddar Beer Bread Rolls cooling.

Rolls in pan.

Orange cat.

Cat sitting on carpet.

Watching Matt Wolf’s 2020 documentary SPACESHIP EARTH. πŸŽ₯

I love how my town has put signs like this with different quotes all around the town.

Sign beside trail.

Red. πŸ“·

Bottom of metal coffee maker on glass stovetop.

Watching Lynn Shelton’s 2019 film SWORD OF TRUST on Netflix. πŸŽ₯

Veggie lasagna cooling.

Lasagna in dish on metal rack.

“We mustn’t linger. It is easy to get lost in memories.”

– Emily in WORLD OF TOMORROW written by Don Hertzfeldt πŸ’¬

Made some fried rice for supper last night.

Fried rice in bowl with spoon.

“you know how it is about those things, as though you do a film on your own. It’s a lie. You do what you can with what you have, but then everybody has a secret influence.”

– Mathieu Amalric πŸ’¬

“For me cinema is about time and space.”

– Chantal Akerman πŸ’¬

“if I can come home from working on a little film after doing it for 45 years and say, β€œI learned so much today,” that shows something about the cinema.”

– Francis Ford Coppola πŸ’¬

Sourdough loaves cooling.

Bread on rack cooling.

”Sometimes it’s good to do what you’re supposed to do when you’re supposed to do it.”

– Frances Ha, written by Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig πŸ’¬