Tasty Trailers: Music, Wrists, Streams

MUSIC WITHIN – This looks important. Not in a filmic sense but in a societal sense. WRISTCUTTERS – I keep seeing billboard for this movie all over town. It’s not as SAW-5 as the posters make it look! SLIPSTREAM – But oooh golly! This looks phenomenal! P.S. This also looks fun! P.P.S. What is up…

Tasty Trailers: Juno, King Corn, & More

“This is one doodle that can’t be undid, homeskillet.” Juno – you must see this. December 14th, 2007. King Corn – this looks important. When Did You Last See Your Father? – two very fine actors. Grace is Gone – a socially relevant drama. The Bucket List – Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman. Wow.

Happy T-Day Canada!

Today is Thanksgiving Day in Canada. I got in my head that I wanted to cook a turkey dinner! I’ve got two under my belt. One of them without my mother’s supervision! So I thought I’d give ‘er a try. But there were no appropriately sized turkeys to be had! Whole Foods and Gelson’s both…

8 Random Facts

I have been ‘tagged’ by Dianne to list 8 random facts about myself on my blog.  According to the rules I have to post these steps so you’ll know what to do if I ‘tag’ you.  So here are the rules: 1. Players list eight random facts/habits about themselves on their blog and post these…

Tasty Trailers: Too Many To Mention

I’m also excited about proper grammar. Did you notice? INTO THE WILD – See it. THE KITE RUNNER – This made me cry.  Apparently it comes with a scandal. HITMAN – Someone liked Boondock Saints. IRONMAN – I just enjoy Downey Bob‘s performance in this trailer.  It’s unique. BE KIND REWIND – Looks fun although…

BBQ

A typical California evening. We are outside, wearing flip-flops, but wrapped in a light blanket. I’m chatting with my husband, enjoying the jazz radio reverberating from my neighbour’s windows off the buildings and the dark night air… I wait. I love Trader Joe’s. Trader Joe’s has stolen my heart. Trader Joe’s has really yummy pollo…

POST-CHRISTIAN

In case you didn’t know, we live in a post-Christian culture.  Phil Cooke says, and I agree, that it’s important to understand this, going forward.  Thoughts?