Weekly Tea Time for My Soul – 3/11/17

I know, I know.  I missed last week.  The excuse: too much work, not enough play.  This week was getting pretty close to that as well, but look at me!  Making time for stuff and things. Last week was rough.  I worked overtime every day last week, and it was just a whole world of […]

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If You Haven’t Tried Oreos & Peanut Butter, You’re Missing Out.

When I was a little girl, the Lindsay Lohan version of The Parent Trap was one of my favorite movies.  This was largely because the combination of California, England, and summer camp were about the biggest dreams I had when I was a kid.  For whatever it’s worth, I still think that the film was a […]

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Rebellions are Built on Hope

Rogue One was just what I needed this Christmas. Outside of the fact that I thought the film was fabulously done, stupendously acted, and just plain engaging and true to the Star Wars sub-genre, I frankly just needed a proper hero story.  I know you could say that every story is a hero story, especially with the […]

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Alice in Wonderland – An Explanation

I wrote this post five years ago on an old/mostly abandoned blog, but I still love it.  It works so well with today’s Daily Post that I had to spruce it up and bring it back… because it’s all still true.  Growing up, I hated the Alice franchise. I though the Disney movie was weird […]

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you could be my hero

These days, popular culture is soaked with superheroes.  Spiderman and X-Men broke into the movie market when I was a kid, but after a short while, Iron Man rocketed through the air and Steve Rogers stole our hearts, and the Avengers stood most prominent on the scene.  We’ve had an endless tirade of Batman and […]

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