I'm a reader, not a cinephile, so the movies are always going to fall short. And I'm crossing my fingers that Pottermore.com is, indeed, selling Kindle versions of the series, because I will love carrying around the books with me everywhere I go -- having them on my Kindle, my phone, my laptops is going to be my version of Hermione's magically extendable purse.
I also think I'd write about what a cool week Three Rivers Festival is in Fort Wayne. Wow, it gets a lot of criticism. But wow, it tries to do a lot. The 3RF Parade is one of my top two favorite parades of the year (Milan Melon Festival in Milan, Ohio, being the other). The Ice Cream Social has been a favorite since the '80s. We used to take our kids to Kids Day ... and now it's our grandkids. And one whiff of Junk Food Alley is enough to make me crave a lemon shakeup and an elephant ear.
Headwaters Park hosts one festival after another. If I were in charge of the world, I'd expand those festivals with parties, concerts, craft/art shows, music, performances, (year 'round), theme them all and brand Fort Wayne as the Festival Capital of the World. But that's me.
And the last thing I'd write about is the sky last night, the way it changed all evening long, the shapes of the clouds, the kinds of the clouds, the colors that kept mixing up, deepening, fading to gray. A cloud mosaic, moving pieces that finally went to bed. But here, it was like this:
Yep. That's the kind of stuff I'd write about, if I had a blog.