"We're much closer to the supernatural up here. Everything gets very surreal when you're falling from twelve thousand feet."
In “Aloft,” the third story in Strange Weather, a man agrees to go skydiving to honor a deceased friend, and to impress a girl, and winds up getting stranded on a cloud. Things get weirder.
I‘ve not kept up with #MusicalNewYear this week...I think one of the prompts was #FallingSlowly , so I guess you could say I‘m falling slowly behind. But, this popped in my mind immediately for #FeedingTheBirds . I think I‘ve gushed enough about Horowitz and this book and his recent The Word Is Murder. I‘ll spare you more gushing other than to say it‘s clever and I adored it!
Romance is an important component of Susanna Kearsley‘s novels, but it is generally portrayed as a #FallingSlowly situation, my favourite kind and therefore one of the main reasons I (generally) love Kearsley‘s books.
After seeing today‘s prompt, I thought:
- I should really watch that movie, Once.
- Wonder if it‘s on Netflix
- It‘s not - but look at the related titles, including One Day
- Am I ever going to read One Day? I‘ve had it since 2011
- Haven‘t seen the movie because I was surely going to read book first
- Most definitely, probably won‘t ever read One Day
- Give myself permission to watch One Day
#FallingSlowly (into craziness)