They are slowly trickling in. The shows that have taken a break due to natural season breaks and due to Covid as well. As I watch these, it’s interesting to see how they are handling the Covid culture we are all facing in real life. Now, I’m not a TV critic, and I don’t watch… Continue reading New TV Seasons Starting to Show Up
He was a comedic hero in the middle of a war where the atrocities and the ugliness of what man could do to each other was seen constantly. He was a caring soul but also quick to throw verbal punches. He cared little for authority and showed a bare minimum (if any) of decorum to… Continue reading Lessons From Hawkeye
She shakes her head in disbelief. She rolls her eyes at my jokes. Sometimes I read her mind (yes, I can do that after 30+ years) and I glean her thinking, "why did I ever say 'I do'?" Does she really get me? But she thinks I'm gorgeous, she wants to kissss me, she wants… Continue reading Lessons from Agent Carter
Winnie the Pooh (from the opening pages) Sometimes Winnie-the-Pooh likes a game of some sort when he comes downstairs, and sometimes he likes to sit quietly in front of the fire and listen to a story. This evening—“What about a story?” said Christopher Robin. “What about a story?” I said. “Could you very sweetly tell… Continue reading Winnie the Pooh – are you that kind of bear?
Jesus Christ, Superstar. This 2018 version of the 1971 Weber production was spectacular in so many ways and disappointing in others. Legend’s voice was so smooth and powerful. Judas was portrayed with passion and made a connection to everyone of us that often struggles with understanding why things do not go our way. Sara Bareilles… Continue reading Jesus and John Legend