Monthly Archives: January 2018

Wake Up, You Lazy Pig

It is time to play!   Watch and chuckle at this very persistent Husky persistently trying to awaken the pig from a deep sleep.  

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Music Monday “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran

  Ed Sheeran and his fiancee, Cherry Seaborn became engaged just before the New Year. Ed is an Englishman born and bred who writes and performs his own songs with the voice of an angel. He says  that Cherry inspired … Continue reading

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The Greatest Showman, A Film

Who doesn’t love Hugh Jackman?  He plays the character of P T Barnum who once said, ” There is a sucker born every minute. ” That quirky side of Barnum is not really addressed in his making people happy by … Continue reading

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Winston Churchill . . . .A Connection 70 Years Later

Here is one of my favorite scenes  from the film, The Darkest Hour about the political climate in Britain early in World War II.  Winston Churchill is the new Prime Minister who faces the distinct possibility of  the total  destruction … Continue reading

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New Facts on the Sinking of the Titanic

Very interesting  even if  it is half true!  Power and money seem always to be the route of all evil!

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Coins Left at a Departed Soldier’s Grave

Mementos have been found  for the dead  left by the living since the  earliest graves were discovered.  From the simplest graves of the masses  to the  those for kings, items are left for use in the afterlife such a pottery, … Continue reading

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Atonement, a Film Review

This green dress image is memorable. . . the color, the style, the elegance.. . . the passion. I discovered this British period  film based on Ian Mc Ewan’s book of  a wealthy British family set at their  countryside estate … Continue reading

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