Month: May 2021

Poem: Lights

Motorcycle or car, I see them. One riding next to the other, or one sitting beside the other. Don’t look at them for they might return the stare. It’s not safe to ride alone, for them or me but I do. They never are… Continue Reading “Poem: Lights”

Poem: Toaster

My need for cleanliness broke the toaster. I could not have done it all by myself. My neurosis jabbed deeper into my brain. I had to get out the crumbs. My need to get that last piece of toast. I was stuck in the… Continue Reading “Poem: Toaster”

3 Candy Quotes

I made the mistake of buying candy. The good thing is I only ate two pieces. The other pieces were eaten by someone else. Three out of five were decent enough to post. The other two were not that good. Here they are in… Continue Reading “3 Candy Quotes”

Journal Entry Type #93: Almost There

I’ve spent now a little over one month at my new job. I’m getting more acclimated to it. I’m thankful for this. The weather is definitely warming up. It’s going to be in the 100 range the rest of this week and all next… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #93: Almost There”

More You Know: Celebrations from Around the World

Most of us have heard of St. Patty’s day and Fourth of July but there are other celebrations, festivals, and traditions not so widespread. Here are some of them from the around the world. ******* Beltane Fire Festival in Scotland celebrates the coming of… Continue Reading “More You Know: Celebrations from Around the World”

(Short) Movie Review: Synchronic (2019)

Jamie Dornan Moves Past the Fifty Trilogy I’m sure Jamie Dornan hasn’t looked in his rearview mirror to his role as Christian. This movie gave him the opportunity to gain further the distance from the Fifty Shades trilogy. I haven’t seen him in too… Continue Reading “(Short) Movie Review: Synchronic (2019)”

(Short) Movie Review: Victor Frankenstein (2015)

Make a Good First Impression My first acquaintance with Frankenstein came in an English class where I learned about Mary Wollstonecraft and her daughter Mary Shelley. In most cases, books are better than the movies. While this movie is an adaptation that strays from… Continue Reading “(Short) Movie Review: Victor Frankenstein (2015)”

Netflix TV Review: Summertime (2020-)

There are two things that really bother me. One is bad dubbing in movies or tv shows. The other is poor writing. This series had both. I don’t know why I watched this. It was painful every minute of every episode. I don’t know… Continue Reading “Netflix TV Review: Summertime (2020-)”

(Short) Amazon Movie Review: Without Remorse (2021)

(I’ve decided to change my review format for now which basically means making it less rigid, sometimes shorter, and more about what I think people want to read) A Little More Extra Attention, Please If you don’t know Taylor Sheridan, you will know a… Continue Reading “(Short) Amazon Movie Review: Without Remorse (2021)”

Journal Entry Type #92: A Hot Thursday

I’m definitely not keeping up with my blog since I started my new job. My schedule puts a big dent in what I used to be able to do. I get home later now and when I try to fall asleep I’m still awake… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #92: A Hot Thursday”

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