A continuation from my posts on Covert Affairs Tweetcast here and here. I hope they'll have more fun tweetcast adventures in the future. This was the letter Hala left for Lina, expressing her gratitude. It seemed the letter can't read so I'll 're-type' it here
The experience I shared with you is one that I shall not soon forget. Your compassion on the face of danger was unexpected, and I have no doubt that without you and your partner I would have died. For this you have my eternal gratitude.
I may no longer be a member of Fahim's guard but that doesn't mean that I can't still help you. My friend, Nada, is the woman who contacted Mark to aid in our rescue. She might be receptive in continuing where I left off. Contact me if this is something that would interest you.
If you've been following some of Mr. Zach Levi's tweets for the past several weeks, Comic-con was practically in the air that I wish I could teleport myself and check out their booth and Weta's booth too.
Yep, they'll be taking Manila nine days before Westlife will be arriving here in the country. Would be cool if the AI gang mixes up with the blokes from the Emerald Isle but then the concert tix would be soaring beyond stratosphere regions. For some more info of the American Idol Tour in Manila, check it out here.
It was particularly a cloudy night and the moon was playing the favorite game of all time, hide-and-seek with the passing clouds. I wish the stars were out but it wasn't the case. I zoomed to the max of my camera's capabilities and unfortunately, the camera also 'felt' the jittery motions when I depressed the button. I was already holding my breath then to take a pic. ☺ Still, I like the effect it gave me. It appeared to be the afterburners of a space craft flying towards outer space. ☺
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Catching up with some Middle-Earth goodies well, it's really a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the production. Shivers ran up when I heard that familiar soundtrack in the background. It was quite fascinated to listen to Sir PJ envisioning scenes when he and the crew visited possible locations.
Man, I may have to borrow my friend's copy of the book so I can recall what else has happened in the book. I remember Lake Town and it's people. Don't if the dwarves met some unsavory characters as they try to escape King Thranduil's palace. I'm curious to see Lee Pace's portrayal of the Elvenking.