Movies I Consider Sacred

No certain order, never ending, will continue to grow:

  1.  Cité Des Enfants Perdus  (City of Lost Children)
  2. The Shipping News
  3. Grapes Of Wrath
  4. Donnie Darko
  5. Spencer’s Mountain
  6. Velvet Goldmine
  7. Orlando
  8. Crash (1996, not 2004)
  9. Moulin Rouge
  10. Young Adam
  11. Amalie
  12. To Kill A Mockingbird
  13. Nosferatu
  14. Hedwig And The Angry Inch
  15. The Red Shoes
  16. The Last Picture Show
  17. Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet
  18. Brokeback Mountain

 

Cleverness

Amazing Control and Isolations. This is way hard, folks.

A dance of beautiful, articulate control!  Must see!

“This dance is a prayer for women who hold themselves back, who do not know their own power, as creators, as healers, as givers of life…”   – Zola Dubnikova

Playing With Sharks and Other Pastimes.

12 Jan 17
...as many times as I told him as a child, "Jonathan, PUT that DOWN!!" he still picks up dangerous things.

Me, Me, Me, Me, Meme!

Katie And The Clouds

My little niece, Katie, discovered clouds one day.  Her entire world at that moment got bigger and her horizons expanded.  It made me think… we should all try to be like Katie every day and look for how to make our world bigger and seek new horizons.  Opportunities surround us, we just need to look “bigger.”

 

The Importance Of Puzzles For Your Child’s Brain

17 Dec 16
  You’ve probably heard that puzzles are good for your child’s mind and cognitive development; in fact, you may have received puzzles as baby shower or new baby gifts. But why ...

Katie Willow

My bitty niece Katie plays with her Willow tree.