So Godzilla.... I'm a little flabbergasted that after so many iterations, the old movie monster has returned for one more go round. Well, maybe I'm not. All things old are new again and all that. In this particular iteration on Netflix, apparently Godzilla not only showed up and kicked some butt, he ran the human … Continue reading Godzilla Returns…again?
The visceral fear of losing who you are is the heart of Get Out. Someone taking you over just adds a level of creepy flare to it which can't be matched. Assimilation is something we all deal with when becoming a part of a new group. Before I got married, I met my husband's family who are … Continue reading Thoughts on Get Out
Today, like many days, I am reminded that being myself does not come with a manual. I come back to things a couple of times a year. Around my birthday, I wrote the post "There is Only During", which remains my mantra in life. There is no before or after, only during. The question is … Continue reading On Being Myself
Lore retreated from the world. Sheridan offered her a room, apparently it had been her’s, but Alexander had it cleaned out after she passed away. For that much, she was thankful. No need to have to look at more pictures of her and the mystery man together. As she waited for Alexander to come looking … Continue reading Amen [Fiction] + A Question
Lorelei watched Alexander sleep with her knees drawn against her chest. The chair next to his bed was comfortable enough, but she didn't dare move. This place felt familiar and strange in turns, just like the man in the bed. They'd talked for a while before he passed out again from exhaustion. If she could … Continue reading Real Romantic [Fiction]