This is my entry for “E” for the A to Z Challenge. I love Evita! Surely, most people know of Evita: the person, María Eva Duarte de Perón, who lived a short life from the May 7, 1919 to July 26, 1952, and the musical: theatre and movie, the latter with Madonna and Antonio Banderas.…… Continue reading “E” is for Evita
This is my entry for “C” for the A to Z Challenge. Last year, Crazy Rich Asians (CRA) saw many Asians going to the cinema to watch a movie more than once. Mothers and daughters went together. The ones who have seen the movie and absolutely loved it took other family members and friends to…… Continue reading “C” is for Crazy Rich Asians
Note: As with legal contracts, reference to “men” also refers to “women”. (Is that patriarchal or has it not hidden meaning? Legal documents tend to be long and we simply make some effort to shorten them.) In South Africa, at two minutes before midnight a little over twelve hours ago (at the time of writing)—23:58…… Continue reading Of Men and Moon
Originally posted on Crossroads and Conquests:
This, too, shall pass.
The more time I spend on social media, or out in the real world, the more I realize that happiness is an inside job. Well, true happiness, that is. (Please excuse me for using an old image. I’m recycling. 😀) Reality does not care if we like it or not; it is there, it is…… Continue reading I cannot pursue happiness
Watching a movie is reading a book in a much more passive way. You can quote me. 🙂 Many stories are based on reality. Often, a movie, at least movies I prefer to watch, is simply an exaggerated version of a portion of someone’s life. Mine mostly. 🙂 Right now, ‘Shall We Dance’, cannot be…… Continue reading [My] Reality in Movies
Not everyone benefits from a happy person! Sometimes, a sad person is exactly what one needs. Simpatico, I suppose. (But always be yourself; you don’t need to be sad to be sympathetic.) I am a naturally cheerful soul. Fine, I’m goofy! I am convinced that it is my purpose on earth to spread the sunshine.…… Continue reading No right or wrong emotion