Poetry, Maybe. #4

Manners Polite up until the noose couldn’t be shrugged off manners aren’t necessary in the frying pan the girl would walk along the fence while he was teaching her about poetry and music and butterflies It seemed so wonderful. Her: asking rhetorical questions Him: pouring his attention into her pitcher until there is a prickContinue reading “Poetry, Maybe. #4”

Sleep Deprived Music Review: Kandace Springs

Indigo by singer/songwriter/pianist Kandace Springs was released in 2018. I’m a little late in noticing it but so grateful that the album appeared on the music radar. Springs is a class act. She expresses so much without being explicit.  Her music is definitely jazz infused with R & B. Nothing about this album is likeContinue reading “Sleep Deprived Music Review: Kandace Springs”

Deja Vu: #bookreview

Deja Vu on Amazon What if you could live your life over from the age of 16? I ask myself this question all of the time, so I was curious to see what the main character of Deja Vu would do. Deja Vu was written by Israeli author, Michal Hartstein. At the age of 16,Continue reading “Deja Vu: #bookreview”

Mz. Understood: #NaBloPoMo

Tell us about a time when you were deeply misunderstood. How did you fix the situation? After I had my first kid, I had some major issues with Postpartum Depression. I didn’t understand all of those feelings myself.  Boom! One day, I had a kid and every feeling was exposed for the whole world to see.Continue reading “Mz. Understood: #NaBloPoMo”

maps & lottery tickets: #MondayBlogs

What are your favorite spices? Variety. And garlic. I borrowed this shirt from my daughter yesterday. It’s one of my favorites. What object do you always have with you when traveling and why? A road atlas. Remember? A book of maps. My GPS is a liar. We’ve ended up in one too many parking garagesContinue reading “maps & lottery tickets: #MondayBlogs”

Still Life: Book Review

*This is the part where I tell you I received this book  in exchange for doing a review. First of all, I love the cover. I chose to review “Still Life” by Christa Parrish because one of the characters is a photographer – a very famous, Pulitzer prize winning photographer. The story begins with theContinue reading “Still Life: Book Review”

Annie: Let’s Go to the Movies

My family and I went to the movies over the weekend. We decided to see “Annie.” When I was a kid, I loved the 1982 film “Annie.” The 2014 version is more modern and up-to-date. Quvenzhané Wallis is adorable and feisty as Annie. She lives with her horrible, alcoholic foster mom, Ms. Hannagan, played byContinue reading “Annie: Let’s Go to the Movies”

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