Endings

Conclusion of a poignant Love Actually story-line. To me, all of the movie's story-lines are perfect and what a stellar cast of actors

Sue Grafton 1940-2017

Prime Minister Hugh Grant’s story-line ending

This year I spent a quiet New Year’s Eve with Will, sipping almond Tequila, playing a few rounds of Phase 10 with our son before he left for his New Year’s Eve party (Will is winning so far), and watching the movie Love Actually for the 3rd or 4th time.

Despite staying up past midnight I woke early this New Year’s Day and plunged into a couple of activities worthy of a new year – sorting through some boxes, throwing out old papers and dragging my blog into 2018.

An email from a friend brought sad news.  Author Sue Grafton, author of the Kinsey Millhone ‘alphabet mysteries’ series, died on December 28th, from cancer. Grafton published books with titles ‘A’ is for … to ‘Y’ is for … in her series but was struggling with ‘Z’ during her two years of treatment. Her family says there will be no ‘Z,’ but I hope Grafton found a way for someone to complete her vision.

No surprise that Bill Nighy has the movie's funniest story-line.

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