So, despite being raised watching 80’s romantic comedies, I have to be my own hero…

I thought about today how much movies, while I was growing up influenced my life or outlook on life. The lead female actor in "Can't Buy Me Love" which starred the pretty much unknown at the time Patrick Dempsey, died yesterday. If you haven't seen it, you must. She was popular, he was a dork.…

So, I am just realizing how great my Amazon Prime membership is…

Earlier tonight, it was awesome to introduce Jurassic Park to my daughter and only for .99! It wasn't bad for a couple of hours of entertainment. Now I am watching Muriel's Wedding and it is for free:) and I completely forgot how much I love this movie! I have always felt a bit like Muriel.…

So, I am an awesome mom and love being a mom, but hate being a grownup!

I have been sick for the last week or so, and then "Aunt Flo" came to town, so I have not felt like doing anything and haven't that much for a week and a half but rested and binge watched Gilmore Girls and make meals. I haven't done much more. My kid has played this…

So, is there a fine line between positivity and being unrealistic and realism and negativity?

Okay, my kid is "in" acting. Meaning that she has been to a lot of classes and workshops over the last few years and has been in a couple of productions. She has auditioned for a few movie roles and commercials and she either did not get them because of distance, she wasn't fit for…

So, I am trying to get closer to Jesus, and I got “tested” at the movies again…More bad parents :(

I was split up at movie theaters from my daughter and her 2 friends because Paddington was almost sold out. So, I sat 2 rows from the back and she sat on the front row with an older friend and the friend's brother sat a row nearby. The whole movie I could hear several children…