I'll admit it. I was raised in a predominantly white community. No, 100% white; however, my parents did their best to teach us about other races and cultures. We had people of all races come through our home over the course of my life; from exchange students to troubled teens to school kids coming out … Continue reading Small Steps Toward a Big Difference for Women of Color
"The Straight Story" was trending lately so we decided to download and watch it. We were glad we did!
Movie of the Week In looking for some hope in our scary world, I've been watching movies and reading books based on true stories. I'll tell you I have shed more tears, both of sorrow and joy, on this journey hearing the stories of others. Recently, my husband and I have ventured on The Dove … Continue reading Streets of Hope
There is always more behind the scenes than you would guess. That's what's good about watching movies from real life or reading biographies. You can learn so much.
I have never been a fan of scary movies or stuff about the afterlife. I was hesitant to watch this movie but I did. Here's a few thoughts
Reaching out to those who are lacking. Changing our attitude toward them
MOVIE REVIEW - I Remember Mama - story of Norwegian immigrants to American in the turn of the 19th-20th century
Have you Had Your Fill of Christmas Movies? I've been feverishly watching Christmas movies this month. And yet, I didn't watch a single new Christmas movie. Unless you count watching Die Hard with Bruce Willis a Christmas movie. I did sit down and watch that with my son this year. And you're right; it has nothing to do … Continue reading 8 Christmas Movies You May Have Missed
What a beautifully, inspiring movie! "Breathe" is an inspiring true story. After being paralyzed by polio at age 28, Robin Cavendish refuses to be immobile and with his loyal wife, Diana, becomes an advocate for the severely disabled. "Breathe" is the feature-film directing debut of actor Andy Serkis. I love to see how others have made their way … Continue reading Movie Review: Breathe
Last night our son came home from work and asked if he could take us to see a movie. Going to the movies aggravates my pain issues so we had not been to the movies in over a year. We accepted. He took us to a very nice theater that has recliners for seating. Can … Continue reading Beauty and the Beast Gets an A+