From the moment I sat in the seat at the theater, I was ready for home and childhood and….safety. Mr. Rogers was safe. Always. Oh please don’t screw that up. Right now, of all the things in my life, I need the peace, healing. Safety. Even though I didn’t realize it when I bought the tickets to the movie, I desperately needed to sit in a dark theater and just be, well, loved for a couple of hours without judgment. I needed this movie. I think a lot of people do.
Friendships are vital to me. I’m an extrovert and I love people. I tend to bond real, deep, and hard too. (I took a Meyers-Briggs personality test and it underscored a lot of this for me. More about that test and my results coming soon!) I’ll admit, this has caused me some issues in the past.
You might have clicked on this link expecting a review of the movie. I saw the movie in December and since then, I have been trying to sort through a review in my head. I knew I wanted to write something, but I realized that I don’t want to talk about the script and the […]
When I first started reading on my own (and FINALLY didn’t need someone to read TO me) Paddington became one of my best friends. I absolutely adored his adventures because he felt a little bit like me. I was an only child and both of my parents worked, so I was often left to my […]
Bring Her Home by David Bell Genre: contemporary, thriller, suspense, mystery, drama Publisher: Berkley Date: July 11, 2017 Bill Price’s life isn’t extraordinary in the least. At best, you could call it a struggle. Bill’s wife died 18 months ago and left him with a teenage daughter. Like most men, Bill doesn’t speak teenager and […]
Okay, let me start here by saying that I hate confrontation. For most of the election season, I kept quiet on all topics. I tend to shy away from debate. Maybe I’m a people pleaser. Maybe I am just not strong enough on the debate side. I really don’t know. I just know that I […]