**SPOILERS** So, here I am, with five episodes behind me and five (or maybe only four?) ahead. In Canada, Episode 6 airs on Monday. (Sorry... couldn't resist the cheesy title... "right" in line with those of the show.) Averaging out my scoring of the episodes, also brings me to a middling rating. Would I continue … Continue reading Berlin Station 2: Right in the Middle
For me, long before Richard Armitage, there was David Cassidy, who died yesterday at age 67. When I was a preteen/young teen, there was nothing so beautiful to me as the face and voice of David Cassidy. He had those pretty-boy looks and slim body that are so appealing to a young girl. And to … Continue reading My First Celebrity Crush Has Died
My sons took a four-day trip to Seattle two weeks ago to see an experimental rap band (Death Grips) and take in the sights. It was their first cross-border trip on their own, with my older son taking care of the driving, the hotel, and all the costs. The two of them have never hung out … Continue reading Borderline Worries
1. Headaches - Music must be played at all times... preferably loudly 2. Loss of intimacy - All romantic excursions must be interrupted at regular intervals by numerous acquaintances, generally known through sport 3. Feelings of living inside a transistor radio - Anything worth watching (in the eyes of the extrovert) must be shared with … Continue reading Common Side Effects of Living with an Extrovert
First of all, I'll extend my thanks to both Esther and Guylty for nominating me and I'll try to answer the questions from both of you. About The Mystery Blogger Award: The Mystery Blogger Award is an opportunity for a blogger to share a little about themselves, while providing links and a similar opportunity to other bloggers who write … Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award – Thanks!