A rainy day can be very tragic or with the right movie, or unfortunate, trashy television series, can become blissful. Yesterday, my room became my paradise with a little help from Marlon Brando and young, quite sexy Al Pacino.
What can I say about the Godfather part 1 that has not already been said. The movie obviously meets the criteria for a masterpiece. As my brother says, “it is the quintessential American allegory. It is no accident that the first line is I believe in America.” I felt a strong emotional connection to this film and am surprised it took me so long to see it. So for everyone who thinks the Godfather is a “man’s” movie, give it a try and if you hate it you can blame me.
My brother arrived in Austin down on his luck. When I asked him, “brother, how can I cheer you up?” He responded in jest, “strippers.” Well last night I made his dream a reality. My brother was reluctant at first to attend Tranny bingo night but that was before Saffire laid more then eyes on him.
As if there was no one else in the room, Saffire serenaded him and gracefully performed her balletic, Swan Lake routine expressing her deep and profound love. (see right picture) In other happenings, I entered the 90’s dance competition and won with my MC Hammer Time moves. Only thing more disappointing then Saffire’s jokes were the unfortunate prizes of car fresheners. Yet, still proved to be a very entertaining night. You can experience it yourself on April 7th at Jo’s coffee shop in Austin.
Another beautiful picture of the pup Nala