Ever since I had thoughts of owning a house, I have had the thought of growing a garden. I have always tried to grow new things in the apartment but have been unsuccessful. Due to the cool temperature that K and I leave our apartment it is hard to grow anything. Also, I can’t really grow what I would like. I would love a small garden so that I can grow some vegetables, herbs and maybe even strawberries. I enjoy tending to things and watching them grow. When I was younger both the neighbors to my parents grew wonderful vegetables in their gardens. They would give us some when ripe and they were so much tastier then anything we bought at the market. I look forward to having my own garden and sharing our bounty with friends and family.
174. Shadow of a Doubt
Master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock directed this tale about Charlie, a small-town girl consumed with finding out whether her unhinged Uncle is a serial killer. The arrival of detectives and a murder-infatuated neighbor only increase Charlie’s paranoia. Tension builds as she draws closer to the truth, and in classic Hitchcock style, the film culminates in a nail-biting scene aboard a speeding train.
I had never heard of this particular Hitchcock movie before. It has less suspense than some of his other movies -you know who the killer is right away – but it’s great to watch the characters in action. It was an excellent film, beautifully scripted and the acting was brilliantly executed.