I wanted to wish everyone a thoughtful Veteran’s Day.
I think this man’s name is Martin. I’ve seen his vimeo performances before and I thought he was so cute. Here he is singing “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” and it really touched my heart today. I love this song. I love the lyrics. (I also love Dolly Parton’s version with Norah Jones and Lee Ann Womack.)
Some of you might think he sounds funny, but I don’t care. He is so cute to me.
In honor of Halloween, I thought it’d be fun to make a list of my top 15 scary movies of all time. Some of these movies don’t scare me that much now, but they are all movies that have really scared me at one time or another.
Let me know what your favorites are!
1. The Descent, 2005
2. Halloween, 1978
3. The Exorcist, 1973
4. The Shining, 1980
5. A Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984
6. When A Stranger Calls, 1979
7. The Ring, 2002
8. High Tension, 2003
9. The Thing, 1982
10. Dawn of the Dead, 2004
11. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, 1974
12. Jaws, 1975
13. Return to Oz, 1985
14. Scream, 1996
15. The Watcher in the Woods, 1980
Happy Father’s Day!
Here is my Dad when he graduated and again when he and my mom went to Panama last year.
Love you Dad.
Today is National Senior Health & Fitness Day, and I had to share this clip in honor of this special occasion. I would seriously pay money to attend this!!
It’s never too late, ladies!
Maya Lin and the great people over at whatismissing.net (a beautiful site, btw. GO. NOW.) are behind this great video that I thought would be especially appropriate to salute today of all days.
Happy Arbor Day, everyone! Thank the trees for being so amazing!
Yesterday marked the 1-year anniversary since Bea Arthur passed away and I so had a moment of silence.
I MISS BEA!