Photo Friday

Yes, I am going to be away on Friday as well for a wedding in North Carolina. So, here is the photo I picked for Photo Friday. IMG_0494

Seeing as it is a wedding I am attending, I decided to go with a flower that reminds me of weddings. Tomorrow morning I fly out bright and early to celebrate the day my roommate from college marries. To be honest, I truly can’t wait.

Theater Thursday: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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I am going to be unavailable tomorrow, so I doing Theater Thursday a day ahead of time. Seeing as I did a post on each Harry Potter book, I decided to do Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the sequel play that premiered on the West End. Taking place nineteen years after the The Deathly Hallows, we find Harry, Ron and Hermione dealing with life as parents and employees at the Ministry of Magic. However, Harry’s son Albus has befriend Scorpius Malfoy, son of Harry’s former nemesis and reformed Death Eater Draco Malfoy leading to a few interesting adventures. In this case, Albus and Scorpius end up messing with things they shouldn’t have messed with when they travel through time. Albus and Scorpius end up stumbling on a plot to bring Lord Voldemort back with Harry, Ron, Hermione, Draco, and Harry’s wife Ginny ending up in the middle as they fight to keep their lives as peaceful as they can.

Read It Wednesday: A Tale of Two Cities

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Charles Dickens captured the perils of the French Revolution in A Tale of Two Cities. Taking place in both London and France we follow Sidney Carton, a barrister in London, and Charles Darnay, a French nobleman, in Paris as they struggle with the events taking place in their lives. However, the two of them have one thing in common which is they both love the same woman, Lucie Manette. In the end, Darnay and Carton manage to come to terms with the changing times.

TV Tuesday: Orange is the New Black

A different type of comedy came to Netflix a few years ago. Orange is the New Black is a drama comedy series following a young woman as she spends a year in prison. Following Piper and her fellow inmates as they deal with injustice, love, and continuing on with their lives. Nothing seems short of stopping the laughs and tears in Orange is the New Black

Music Monday: Kate Nash

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Seeing as I am not going to be available next Monday, I am doing Music Monday for next week. Kate Nash has to be a trailblazer singer. Although she is not as well known in America, she is quite famous in Britain. Favorite songs of her for me are “Foundations” and “Birds”. To me, Kate Nash is a singer who deserves praise for being able to have songs that are by far inspiring.

Music Monday: Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson is one of the most influential singers today. With strong words about life experiences and keeping a positive body image, Kelly keeps her head high. Found on American Idol she is a true story of confidence with keeping your dreams alive. Kelly Clarkson is one voice that will never fade.

Photo Friday


This photo may seem a little early since it is of a carved pumpkin. However, Fall is my favorite season that is coming up. I can’t wait for Fall  2017 and with a few Facebook reminders of the coming arrival I couldn’t think of a better picture to pick on this summer’s day. This photo was taken at Roger Williams Pumpkin Spooktacular last year. Seeing as this was one of my favorite pumpkins at the event, I chose it for today. Happy Friday all!

Theater Thursday: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

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One of the most bizarre plays, to me, is Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee. A dinner party hosted by middle aged couple George and Martha takes an interesting turn with “fun and games”. Their guests Nick and Honey are taken off guard by some of the outbursts the two have. However, as the night goes on each other reveals secrets to one another that threatens the breakdown of each of their marriages. Nick and Honey, along with George and Martha, end up in a struggle between fact and fiction as no one can tell who is telling the truth until the very end.

Read-It Wednesday: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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It is the epic finale in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. In the seventh book Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we follow Harry with his friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger as they go on a dangerous journey to destroy Lord Voldemort once and for all. However, things get more dangerous when Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters take over the Ministry of Magic instantly making Harry Potter and his allies fugitives. All of this leads to a battle at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry where Harry must decide his fate.

TV Tuesday: Sherlock

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A modern day take on the worlds most famous detective Sherlock is one to watch. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as the famed Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson a they fight crime. Sherlock and Watson are the same as they were in the original series, but with a twist as the show takes place in modern times. Sticking with Sir Arthur Conan Doyles original famous duo this TV show is for every modern day Sherlock Holmes fan.