Buckets and buckets of congratulations to Colin Firth and everyone involved in making The King's Speech. If you aren't sure about seeing it in theaters, check out my 100 word review here, and if you can't take my (gushing) word for it, well, see it anyway. :)
No big upsets last night, though Melissa Leo did her character proud with her speech. What was up with James Franco? Anyone? Did he take a heavy dose of Nyquil right before the show? Who knows, but I loved Anne Hathaway. She seemed like a real person (yes, I know she's a real person, but, oh, you know what I mean): nervous, a little spacey, and super excited. And, drum roll please, I actually stayed awake to watch Natalie Portman's heartfelt and, again, very real speech. Yay!
Enough about the Oscars! It's time to write, people. I have an idea bouncing around in my noggin that needs put to paper/Word document. How about you? Is March the month you start, finish, edit, query, etc? Then make it happen! And make your reading plans for the month while you're at it. I'll be posting my February recap this week and would love to know what you're reading.
And, oh yeah, FLY TO 500 ends today. It ENDS today! Check it out here.
Did I mention you should all see The King's Speech? Oh, I did? Well, you should. :)