So I'm a huge believer/supporter/advocate of the Law of Attraction. I've used it successfully for some things, and I've struggled with it for other things. It's a fascinating philosophy, and I firmly believe it has a lot of validity. There is also scientific basis that the ideology works - although no one really knows how. … Continue reading Imzadi – Or How My Wedding Vows Made Me Cry
Whoops. So this was a post I wasn't really feeling and so I shelved it . . . for several weeks, apparently. I guess I just don't feel like whining anymore about Ageism than the world already is. Am I irritated by things like this? Hollywood's love affair with old dudes romancing young women Maggie … Continue reading Day 9 – Your Feelings on Ageism
In my other life, I am a musician. It is a tough gig, and I rarely get paid for it . . . but I adore music in many different forms. I have played dozens of piano recitals, sang in choirs, marched in high school band and college, performed in concert band in high school … Continue reading Day 6 – Someone who fascinates you, and why.
I was drug kicking and screaming into the Showtime hit Dexter. (Kicking and screaming is such an appropriate idiom for a show about murder, isn’t it?) I had heard about Dexter, and heard ratings were high for it, but figured it was a gimmicky show with a weak plot that had an excuse for lots … Continue reading Why the Ending of Dexter Rattled Us So Badly
Wasn’t this episode fabulous?? I still find myself squee-ing. Here are my observations about the latest story in the Doctor’s world. So excited for the Christmas episode now. Geronimo!!!! Eight reasons the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Episode was Epic 1) The chemistry This was my biggest concern walking into the theater. Matt Smith … Continue reading Eight reasons the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Episode was Epic