It is hard to describe Jordan Peele's directorial debut as anything other than a very very dark comedy. For a comedian that stared in roles on Mad TV and Comedy Central's Key and Peele, this entire plot line was a refreshingly unexpected since it turned out to be a sci-fi mystery thriller masterpiece for the... Continue Reading →
This year marks the 10th anniversary of my wedding to W. As part of the celebration, I will be documenting our relationship from the proposal up to the wedding, and each year up to our 10th anniversary. Enjoy! I got engaged during the pre-social media age, before Facebook, Twitter, Flash Mobs, surprise engagement-weddings and love... Continue Reading →
Every time a friend tells me that if they got offered their dream job today they wouldn't take it, I cringe. Why wouldn't you take it?! Even if you feel unqualified or you are sure failure will find you eventually, there is no reason to pass up the opportunity of a lifetime. Fake it until... Continue Reading →
Caucasian. Black. Latino. Christian. Muslim. Liberal. Supremacist. Illegal. Immigrant. Homegrown. Male. Female. LGBT. Regardless of ethnicity, creed, nationality or sexual preference, the terrorists have won. We won't take their assault weapons guns away because "every citizen that wants one has to be vetted via background check at the Federal and State level". Not very reassuring... Continue Reading →
Still a Fave! The sequel is coming up soon. Can’t wait.
Ask anyone who has gone to see the movie and they will confirm that Mr Pool is your perfect Valentine’s Day hero. He is dressed in red, has a heart of gold, and a charming personality with a killer sense of humor. It doesn’t hurt that the handsome and down to earth Ryan Reynolds was cast oppposite the lovely and drop dead gorgeous Morena Baccarin. What else can you ask for?
The son of Regina, rhymes with fun, Saskatchewan uses all of the 1 hr and 48 mins of run time to explain his origin story. Created by Marvel as a counterpart/satire of DC’s Deathstroke, he is the anti-superhero/unstoppable mercenary with street cred and karate chops. The comic became infamous for the salty language, adult situations, violence and gore but most importantly because Deadpool talks to his audience and lets them in on his escapades. He breaks the ever present…
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I couldn't live not knowing where the keys are, Where all the cups and plates are stored. I couldn't live not knowing where my wallet was, where my cellphone went, or where I can find the instructions for the new vacuum cleaner. I couldn't live not knowing where the new video game purchase, or two,... Continue Reading →
February celebrates National E-Week and this year, I'd like to try to start a movement to celebrate all engineering spouses. It is not easy to love and support this rare breed of human who can fix anything, break anything, and explain anything that crosses their path with math, science and a nerdy sense of humor.... Continue Reading →
National Engineers Week is was first proclaimed by President Harry S. Truman in February 1951 to honor the USA men and women in all engineering fields. This tradition turned 65 years old in 2016. Wow! Annually, E-Week is celebrated nationwide by 70+ education, professional, government and federal agencies as each US City, County or State... Continue Reading →
Photo credit to Camille Fontz y su Fotografía, Camille Fontz y su Fotografía, the #1 Destination Wedding Photographer in Puerto Rico. (We were her first wedding! 😎) As we start the Countdown to 10, as in 10th Anniversary, I realized that I could still keep my partner's anonymity by using a code name or letter... Continue Reading →