movie music tattoo thanks

Movie:
Saw the 2005 version of Pride and Prejudice starring Keira Knightley. I realise it is likely fast-food compared to the feast that it should be, but I enjoyed the movie anyway. I have never read Jane Austen but because of this movie I will.

Music:
I’ve installed Reason 2.5 on my machine and the version 3 upgrade has been purchased and is on the way. The application terrifies me with its myriad knobs, buttons, sliders, and virtual cables, but I’m going to learn how to use it. I wanna make some noise. Neil is a long-time user and already proficient with the program whereas I am about to skim the Quick-Start guide.

Tattoo:
Holy crap! My mom got her first tattoo! Whoo-hoo! I can’t wait to see it…

Thank you:
David gave me postal pleasure by giving me the gift of Moleskine! Totally surprised and delighted me this morning! Dear David even sprung for the Amazon gift wrapping service. I so love presents! This is my first genuine Moleskine notebook and I must say that its oiled cloth cover smells wonderful. I’m in heaven. Thankyouthankyouthankyou!

Life is good.
smooches~
jEN

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4 thoughts on “movie music tattoo thanks”

  1. Way to go Mom on the tat!!! What did you get. Jen sorry this comment is for your mom, but I don’t know her email.

  2. Hi Jodi. I got a solid black lizard with a narrow lime green drop shadow. Including tail, he’s about three inches long. I had him put on my right forearm. I decided that after wanting a tattoo for so long, I absolutely wanted it to show! No hiding under a sleeve for this lizard! It was an amazing experience. I expected a painful, white-knuckled, teeth- gritting time, but it wasn’t like that at all…I’m already thinking about another one! No, I’m not going to become “The Amazing Tattooed Woman”, but I now understand how they can be addictive. It is a fantastically freeing thing to do. I feel different…like I’m finally starting to own my own body. Weird, huh.

  3. What’s you guys’ opinion on Reason’s UI?
    I looked at it (or was it rebirth?) years and years ago and came away very frustrated.
    It looked just like the phyiscal piece of kit But what works well in the real world is terrible to try to drag around with a mouse.
    As a recreation of a 303 it was good As a program UI I thought it was terrible to the point of being unusable.
    Was I wrong? Is this still so?

  4. Your mention of the 303 suggests you played around with Rebirth as opposed to Reason. I haven’t touched Rebirth – and it’s discontinued as a product now – but I personally find Reason very intuitive compared to similar high-end products and no problem at all using a mouse/trackball to twiddle controls to my heart’s desire. I find the ‘real’ virtual rack gear far easier to use than obscure, abstract rows of buttons and settings – and actually connecting devices together with virtual cables around the back is oddly fulfilling!

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