Life lessons from Oliver Queen. In the last eight seasons, we’ve watched Oliver Queen transform from a playboy to a vigilante, to the mayor, to a husband, to a father, to a hero, and so much more in between. In those eight years, from the time before the island, on the island, going from theContinue reading “5 Life Lessons from Oliver Queen.”
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Bring it on 2019!
Happy Almost New Year Everyone! I have not been great with keeping up with this blog this year, but I don’t think I was terrible either. I will say that it is my hope in 2019 to have more content, get a better understanding of what true direction I want this blog to go inContinue reading “Bring it on 2019!”
‘Tis the season to give back.
I’m really big on giving back whenever possible regardless of the season, but around the holidays I get especially into it. Whether it’s the salvation army buckets, toy drives, or merely paying or the coffee of the person behind you in line, giving back is what the holidays should be all about. It’s heartwarming givingContinue reading “‘Tis the season to give back.”
Black Panther: A Review.
It was outstanding. It was everything it was hyped up to be and more. Go see this movie as soon as you can. You won’t regret it. That’s what I’d say, what I did say after I saw this outstanding film. I am over the moon about Marvel movies but this one was seriously special.Continue reading “Black Panther: A Review.”
Book Review! Second Nature.
You know something that is always so exciting? When you finish reading a book and it was so good that you cannot wait to rave about it! That’s how I feel after reading “second nature”. I just love reading books like this. Getting a personal look into the people we watch perform every week. ExactlyContinue reading “Book Review! Second Nature.”
Book Review: Family Don’t End With Blood.
I’ve never done a book review before but I have such a connection to this book I thought I should! I don’t even think i’d call it a book review its more of a book rave, because I can’t wait to rave about how much I loved this. Family Don’t End With Blood, is aContinue reading “Book Review: Family Don’t End With Blood.”
Mae Young Classic: Round Two!
Mae Young Classic: Part Two! Even though it didn’t seem possible, the action in round two was even better and more aw inspiring than the action in round one. In the first episode we saw Rachel Evers take on Abbey Laith, Piper Niven take on Serena Deeb, Princesa Sugehit take on Mercedes Martinez and KairiContinue reading “Mae Young Classic: Round Two!”
Post Summer Slam PPV thoughts!
Summer Slam 2017! What a night! I don’t know about you but I enjoyed Summer Slam 1,000 times more than I thought I would. Yes, six hours was a LOT. And as I write this, I’m super tired & my eyes hurt but here we are. NXT Takeover Brooklyn was beyond outstanding. Not a badContinue reading “Post Summer Slam PPV thoughts! “
So many book, so little time.
I wasn’t always a reader. In school I hated it because it always came with reading comprehension questions after and I was TERRIBLE at that. My memory is not good… so it took the fun out of it because I’d be stressing about whether or not I’d remember anything to answer the questions. I wasContinue reading “So many book, so little time.”
Happy International Womens’ Day ! Every womens day is important but there’s something about this one that is extra special. We’ve learned recently what most of us already knew, that women are strong apart and even stronger together. When we’re faced with adversity we come out swinging. That’s what women do. This day isn’t toContinue reading “Celebrating Women!”
Today thousands and thousands of Women AND MEN marched the streets of Washington D.C, LA, Chicago and more, in solidarity of women all over. As I searched through social media today I could not help but be overcome with so much pride and inspiration!! I’ve seen reports of women, not only in the US marching,Continue reading “Womens March”
Happy Birthday Betty White!
If I was ever asked to name one actress, one person in the public eye that I truly believe is the definition of an Icon, I’d be quick to say Betty White. I grew up watching her with my nana. Whether she was hosting game shows, or she was playing Rose Nylund in Golden Girls,Continue reading “Happy Birthday Betty White!”