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The countdown begins

Having reached a very respectable age I thought it was high time to fulfil a lifelong ambition of publishing a thriller. I hope you will enjoy reading… 790 more words



“What’s the alarm, God Most High is real, it’s not a myth, greatest news there is, means all believers were right, why would anyone be anxious, it’s not that you don’t share, it’s not you don’t care, it’s not that your blind to the needs of others, you don’t mind giving a little, you don’t mind being hungry occasionally, you don’t have prejudices, your not a racist, it’s not that you joined a network that takes advantage of the vulnerable, it’s not that you didn’t use your talents wisely, I’m sure everyone who is given the opportunity to see the images from the cloud, will be filled with a few new ideas and possibly a new heart filled with love, just saying, there is no need to be coy, or is there?,” 33 more words


Unnecessary Movie Review: Play Misty For Me (1971)

In which I finally watch a DVD I’ve owned for years, long after doing so could have any meaning.  Now more than ever!  Considering I told you I’d watch this for Halloween (2014). 1,584 more words


required listening: the good, the bad and the ugly soundtrack

is there an album that makes you feel more like a badass than this album? the answer is no. i had surgery a month ago and was laid up for almost a week. 191 more words


American Sniper— the book

Okay, I admit, I have a tendency to do certain things backwards. Hubby laughs at this one: whenever I pick up a magazine, I thumb through and begin reading somewhere near the back. 436 more words


Trend Alert: Brooches

No longer just for your granny, brooches are now for casual looks or stylish touch-ups to your daily #OOTD. It’s a good thing I snatched me a few at the beginning of the semester, for a really cheap price! 87 more words

Fashion News

City Heat (1984)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 5 out of 10

4-Word Review: Clint and Burt together.

Mike Murphy (Burt Reynolds) is a private eye living in 1930’s Kansas City who at one time worked as a cop. 465 more words