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Guillaume Depardieu and Melancholy

Guillaume Depardieu died.  Hubby sent me an email that I read shortly before I left work yesterday.  It makes me so sad.

We'd seen him last in Rivette's Don't Touch The Axe.  I'd joked Depardieu did such a good job he was going to be typecast.  Honestly... with the prosthetic leg he could claim he was born to portray any French injured war hero on screen.  His life was tempestuous but it seemed like things were coming together. 

I have a touch of melancholy right now.  I'm overwhelmed with my writing assignments/exercises for the writing conference, putting together instructions for my mom while we're on vacation, and putting out of my mind the things that need to get done before winter sets in (cleaning the gutters, lawn aeration - though probably too late for that, cleaning out garage, weatherizing lawn furniture to name a few).  Tomorrow I have a weigh-in and I barely did any exercise this week.


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Oct. 15th, 2008 07:25 am (UTC)
/eyes her own LJ's subtitle

Well, if it's not a pleasant sort of melancholy now, I hope it becomes one. And that soon you no longer feel melancholy at all!

Oct. 16th, 2008 02:40 am (UTC)
I'm sure it will be pleasant soon enough. I lost .2 lbs since my last weigh-in and I allowed myself to browse the book section at Target this evening a little. I still have a Barnes and Noble credit I have to use... :)
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