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Friday Favorite (aka Where I blabber about what I love): Sing Street

Set in Dublin, Ireland in the 1980s, Sing Street was one of my favorite movies of last year. It has a sweet love story, a soundtrack that will make you nostalgic and want to dance, and a lot of growing up moments that are funny and cringe worthy. The story focuses on Conor (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo),… Continue reading Friday Favorite (aka Where I blabber about what I love): Sing Street

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Friday Favorite (aka Where I blabber about what I love): Lego Batman

In July of 2013, The Lego Movie trailer premiered. When I first heard they were making the film, I rolled my eyes and told my husband, “Nope.” I thought there was no way in hell it would be good. My inner movie snob couldn't/wouldn't give it a chance. Fast forward to February of the following… Continue reading Friday Favorite (aka Where I blabber about what I love): Lego Batman

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Friday Favorite (aka Where I blabber about what I love): Trying to Find the Light

It's been a week. Parenting is so damn hard. Sometimes I feel like once you become a parent you enter a silent agreement to not talk about how hard it is. Right now all I want to do is go somewhere tropical, lie on a beach and read my book. I don't care how damn… Continue reading Friday Favorite (aka Where I blabber about what I love): Trying to Find the Light

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Friday Favorites (Where I blabber about what I love): Denzel

Let's talk about heroes, shall we? I think we can all agree that we have seen a lot of them in the past couple of weeks (don't worry, I'm not going to go off on another political rant). But today I need to retreat to my beloved movies and their heroes. At the top of… Continue reading Friday Favorites (Where I blabber about what I love): Denzel

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Be Better, Do Better

Holy shit I am tired of thinking about the administration and the man child that is running it. He hasn't even been in office two weeks and it feels like we are in a disaster movie directed by Jan de Bont. I can't go on social media without feeling the sweep of depression. All of… Continue reading Be Better, Do Better