“Most people, I figure, have a reservoir that you walk into town with your little box of goodies, you know. And this is me, and this is what I have to offer. Then, after a while, you’ve sold all those goodies, and if you don’t go away and fill up another box… you’re just repeating. Then you’re just growing old, and then, for certain people, there’s a time when you’re switching from, uh, you’re too old to do this, and you’re too young to do that, and you have to figure out: what are you? And what really interests you? You see, we’re all creatures of habit, and we get in a rut, and we run down that rut, happy as bugs. Well, sometimes you’re bloody sick of what you’re doing. And you haven’t got the brains to stop. You know. And you could change, change.”
- Katharine Hepburn
I have discovered Garfunkel and Oates.
They are very funny.
Kate Micucci also rocks the Ukulele, which triples her awesome.
On a bit of a Katharine Hepburn kick recently, thanks to Adam giving me The Lion in Winter. Just watched Bringing up Baby the other day. It was excellent.