I am a major fan of Hayao Miyazaki (Japanese filmmaker). He builds these wonderful worlds of magic, fantasy, and whimsy. He reflects a representation of life onto the animated characters that becomes close to a representation of reality. He has created many notable movies and gain awards around the world. His fanbase stretches over the globe and are made up of people from different walks of life. I love his work, but my most favorite creation he has done is Howl’s Moving Castle.
Christmas movies easily gets anyone ready for old Saint Nick to make his annual trip. They make you smile and giggle. You bond with family and friends while watching them as well. So this Christmas Eve, I have decided to compile my top 5 Christmas movie list that I would recommend for a movie marathon tonight.
Afghanistan is a place many of us talk about in relation to the world news, but not many know the sight and sounds of the land. I have never seen Afghanistan outside the images plastered on the TV. I can’t help but wonder how the land is like for the people you live or have lived. Someone recommended reading the Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. I remember this book being on the must read list several years ago but just now have finished reading it. And let me tell you…. IT WAS FANTASTIC!
Pokemon Go gave the world of gamers a way to bring the fantasy world to our reality with the use of the camera in the back of our phones. It brought fans in different cities and shared communities together so they could play as a singular unit. However, there is a new game in the…
When you were growing up with your best friend having four paws and a tail?
Well that was my best friend, Billie. She was my best friend growing up and I wouldn’t change it for the world. She attended every tennis tournament with my family. She became my copilot when I got my driver license. She made me laugh when I was sad. She never judge and only loved. I can’t remember a moment she wasn’t by my side, and I wouldn’t have changed that for the world.
When you own a dog, they have a way of taking over your life. They teach you to laugh at all the silly things they do. They help you feel confident. They become a piece of the family. Each dog has a distinct personality and unique quirk that leaves their mark on your heart. For me, Billie’s beautiful pointing is the distinct thing that she did thanks to her old hunting dog training before she failed her training, and I will remember for her for always. However, Billie wasn’t the only dog to leave such a mark on her owner’s life. There once was a dog named Marley, whose claim to fame was being the worst dog in the world.
Crazy Rich Asians took the world the storm as a motion picture but what about the book series that started all of this fame? Could the book be better than the movie?
The impact of a dog in your life is an indescribable joy. However, one author decided to take on the task with the tale called A Dog’s Purpose: A Novel for Humans.
Did you have that series that you adored when you were younger? Well, I enjoyed Tiger’s Curse.
From the series of books comes the Australian television series Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, which can be found on Netflix. Miss Fisher steps back into Australia, her childhood home, after spending years abroad. She comes back not only to deal with the demons of her past, but the misfortune of those around her. She decides to become the first lady detective to help those in need. Along the way, she becomes friends with a colorful cast of characters. Her charisma pulls all her friends into her whirlwind life and crime fighting. Click here to read more!