Patriot’s Day now out on blu-ray/DVD

This post contains sponsored material & affiliate links. All opinions are strictly our own. Patriot’s Day (A Story of Bravery in the Face of Adversity)   Patriot’s Day the movie reveals the drama, heroism and heartbreak behind the Boston Marathon bombers, and the Boston PD.  I went to grad school in Boston as I am […]

Ali and Nino

With lush and beautiful landscapes and two Dr. Zhivago characters, Ali and Nino does not perform the job it has set out to do.  The story set against a historical background is that of a romance that outlives history and everything else that comes between two lovers. The setting is Azerbaijani, in 1918.  An Azerbaijani […]

Zoosking part deux

Urban Slang:  ADOS (Attention Deficit. Oh Shiny!!!) In the land of dating strangers, we all look at the pictures first right ladies?  That was covered last week, so this week I am going to RANT.  GUYS if any of you are reading this, you are looking for equality.  But life is not fair and there […]

A Murder over a Girl – book review

A Murder over a Girl Justice, Gender, Junior High Author: Ken Corbett Successfully and unsuccessfully, much like the murder trial itself, A Murder over a Girl by Ken Corbett (Clinical Assistant Professor at the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy) depicts both reality and stereotypes in its prose and salient facts of […]

The reason I haven’t been posting

  This 67 year old blogger decided that beginning to date again would be a good thing , so when Bachelor #1 invited me to go ice skating the day before I was supposed to visit Zippy Sandler from Champagne Living I thought “WHY NOT.” Needless to say, my judgement was impaired that day as my […]

First look: Disney·Pixar’s COCO trailer

Honestly, we had NO IDEA about this adorable flick before getting a sneak peek at the trailer for COCO, but since seeing just a piece of this story of this cute wanna-be musician and how his love of music drives him to follow his dream we’ve decided that the BEST way to prepare for giving […]

Book Review: The Lonely City

The Lonely City  (Adventures in the Art of Being Alone) Author: Olivia Laing So what is urban solitude?  Why is loneliness such a difficult state to express? In The Lonely City, Laing presents the outliers of isolation; those people who were able to express their internal state of loneliness through art and writing; some of the […]

Zoosking in Salt Lake City

Yes. I decided to take the leap and try online dating. Why?  I am not getting any younger and I really want a quality relationship with a man my age.  Also, I will be honest: online dating is something I found intimidating and I thought my readers might want to hear about my foibles and […]

3 benefits of smiling

My mother used to tell me that a smile is just a frown turned upside down. That would always bring a smile to my face because I could picture someone twisting my lips and the laughter would begin. According to the Consumer Guide to Dentistry there are eight different components of a smile, practically from […]

How To Stay Young (At Least In Spirit) When You’re Retired

Mohr Keet of South Africa bungee jumped when he was 96, landing himself in the Guinness Board of World Records. Yuichiro Miura of Japan climbed Mount Everest when he was 80. Not everyone in the golden years of life will attempt and accomplish such extraordinary feats, but most people can take steps to keep themselves […]