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Character Studies: The Bridge and Rectify

Thanks to my literary background and multiple college film courses, I love a good slow-paced drama with great character development. Television has become a great place to find all kinds of visual literature (some of it is quite intelligent) but I’ve just realized how The Bridge and Rectify connect. Both star characters who are outside … Continue reading

Life Advice for My Niece i.e. “Do the Opposite of What I Did”

I’m trying to flesh out my linkedin,com profile and realizing yet again how I have managed to do it all wrong.  I have no real volunteering experience, I was active in anything beyond newspaper staff (and that was mainly high school) and I can’t even B.S. a current job because I don’t even blog enough … Continue reading

I’ve killed my brain; my brain is dead

Most days I spent furtively trying to remember what it is I am trying to remember.  Simple tasks, like making a grocery list can become overwhelming because by the time I grab a pad and paper I’ve forgotten two of the three things I am trying to write down. I can’t even make lists anymore. … Continue reading

Facebook’s “Beautiful” Challenge

When I first saw the latest Facebook challenge geared towards women, I was In.  For simplicity’s sake I will call it the beautiful challenge.  Although the wording seems to be changing slightly as the challenge spreads, the essence is, post 5 beautiful pictures of yourself and then tag some friends challenging them to do likewise. … Continue reading

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