Some weeks I participate in Share Your World, a weekly blog challenge some of the cool kids I know take part in. Welcome to a wee part of Tara’s world!
Almost every day, my brain wakes with a record already dropped on its turntable. Sometimes, it’s like a dream — me telling me something or revisiting something about me/my life. Other times, it’s random as f*ck and I like to think my subconscious is just trying to keep me entertained on this crazy roller coaster ride called life.
I celebrate this in my new Frequently Infrequent Series Woke Up Singing. (Other Frequently Infrequent Series include Movie Monday: A Review for You and Daisy Delights (under construction).)
Today’s jukebox classic, and I use that term loosely, in this case comes courtesy of The Heights.
Movie Monday: Did You See and Agree?
It’s Monday! I saw a movie! Was it drama? Comedy? Something else? Forget the genre… was it good, nay… was it great? In remembrance of my movie soulmate Roger Ebert (we most often agreed), let’s discuss.
As the great musical poet Kiki Dee once said, “I’ve got the music in me.” Seriously, music is part of my daily life, so I participate in Song Lyric Sunday. This week’s theme is let go, and DJ Tara heard a song on the radio today (yes, I still listen to the radio… in the car… not on my phone/through an app, etc.) that fits this theme.
Continue reading “Song Lyric Sunday: Let Go”
As the great musical poet Kiki Dee once said, “I’ve got the music in me.” Seriously, music is part of my daily life, so I participate in Song Lyric Sunday.
This week’s theme is angel, and DJ Tara’s choice… is not a song, but a band that includes that word. One of my favorite songs. By one of my favorite singers.
I’ve had a mighty hankering for Chinese food lately, and the gem of a place I found during the winter is closed for a time. Well, at least I can ‘feed’ my writing with the want of such deliciousness, hence the title of this post.
It’s Song Lyric Sunday and it’s also halfway through the Blogging A to Z Challenge. I figured I’d share something about both today. If only I could share in some spring rolls…
I like Hanson and I am not ashamed.
Never good enough. Not perfect. Catholic school reinforces the flaws, in teaching and in the social aspect of a teen world I didn’t belong in. Weird loner, not unique introvert.
Eighth grade. An ugly nun holds a meeting.
Continue reading “A to Z: Crucify”
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Welcome to my #DSFWeeklyRewind post for the week ending December 22, 2017. So how was my week?
Welcome to my weekly review of This Is Us. Today: Season 2, Episode 10, Number Three. (The reviews will include spoilers, so don’t read if you haven’t watched and don’t want to know what happens!) My reviews are based on a single viewing. If I were to watch several times, as I can obsess over my favorite shows (I’m looking at you, True Detective, Season 1), I might be even more insightful (or over-Randall-ing it all). But I’d rather write my initial impressions than take time dissecting after many views. So…. Continue reading “This Is Us: Number Three”