Our Secret

You were sitting by the window Lost in deep thought when I arrivedI kissed your forehead And gently held you hand*** As my lips caressed your skin Your essence spoke to meYour eyes locked with mine Welcomed me homeOpening the door to a secret dimension Conceived from shared experiences ***Hidden in plain sight The key... Continue Reading →

Russian Doll- (2019)

Feeling stuck? Then this show is definitely for you! This is the child of Natasha Lyonne's imagination who wrote the script and also stars in the series. I absolutely loved her performance, she depicts a confident, tough cookie really well. The plot centers around Nadia, who seems like a typical New Yorker, working as a... Continue Reading →

The Art of Happiness (His Holiness The Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler)

As I started my personal journey to becoming more open, this book revealed a new path towards self-acceptance for me. The author offers a fresh perspective that contradicts the traditional Western view of happiness and relationships. Before I continue, I'd like to give special thanks to my friend Carol, for giving me this book. It... Continue Reading →

Workin’ Moms (2017-2020)

This is a Canadian television sitcom that follows a group of friends as they deal with the challenges of being working mothers. You will find sexy bosses, mean nannies, reversed gender roles, paranoid women and crazy office affairs. The show was written by Catherine Reitman who also stars in the series as Kate. I think... Continue Reading →

The Police

The Police was a British-American new-wave band that blended reggae, jazz, funk, punk, and world music influences into hook-laden pop-rock. Five best-selling albums, a bevy of hits, and aggressive touring—including stops in countries usually overlooked by Western pop musicians—combined to make the Police the world’s most popular band in the early 1980s. "Ambition is stronger than friendship," Sting told Phil Sutcliffe, the journalist who introduced... Continue Reading →

The Lobster (2019)

This film employs a dystopian setting to depict the reality of the binary world that we live in and the poor mating choices that people make based on fear. This is a very dark comedy that treads lightly on the edge of tragedy. The major take away of this movie is that unlike we have been told, love is not blind. Click on the title to read the full review.

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