Day 2430: That’s it.

Yesterday, when I saw this in a supermarket …

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… I thought, “That’s it.  That’s the name of tomorrow’s blog.”

“That’s it” reminds me of this dialogue from one of my favorite movies, The Producers:

Leo: I feel so strange.

Max: Maybe you’re happy.

Leo:  That’s it. I’m happy.

That’s it.   Three wonderful lines of dialogue.  As Film Quotations: 11,000 Lines Spoken On Screen, Arranged by Subject and Indexed describes that interchange: “Accountant Gene Wilder needs Broadway Producer Zero Mostel‘s help in identifying a feeling that is rare for him. ”

That’s it. My life’s work involves helping people in identifying feelings.

That’s it. It’s time for my other photos from yesterday.

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That’s it for my photos of a local supermarket, food, sunsets, and Harley (for now). And that’s it for the latest U.S. heat wave.

Here‘s “That’s It!” by Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

That’s it for today’s blog post, except for my thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — to YOU.

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17 thoughts on “Day 2430: That’s it.

  1. Your sunset photos are it for my morning smiles this morning, Ann!

  2. The cat photos make me so happy!

  3. There’s a fine line between leaving audiences asking “That’s it?” and leaving them wanting more, and you and Preservation Hall Jazz Band both manage to always come down on the right side.

  4. Harley knows!
    That’s it.

  5. I had this strange feeling the past few days, when the internet connection on my trip to the United States allowed me to read your blog but not to connect to the reply page! So I couldn’t respond. I’m really happy to be able to post a response today, and also happy to know that no matter what happens, we will never run out of ketchup. Apparently!

  6. Harley demands my attention first, then your wonderful views, Ann 🙂
    That’s it.

  7. That’s it you say but what is “it” I wonder………….

  8. Pingback: Day 2431: Community | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

  9. Great sunsets – that’s it

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