Howdy strangers! It has been one year since I joined WordPress. It has been a pretty decent year. I hope that you who follow me have enjoyed the content that I provided you. I appreciate everyone who have supported me. … Continue reading One Year with WordPress!
We all have them..except those who don’t celebrate the holiday… Christmas is one of my favorite holidays. I admit that it’s lost some charm over the years. It brings family together and that’s just fine. Now, when I was younger, Christmas was huge. My mom would wrap presents and I’d sneak in and rip some of the paper off to see what I got. I was a little jerk, but I still enjoyed opening presents. Decorating the tree was another favorite part. I got some Grinch ornaments and would specifically place them on the tree…sadly I don’t have any of … Continue reading Christmas Traditions
Directed by Richard C. Parish Starring Chris Kroesen and Valerie Hobbs Plot: A young boy helps a witch and falls to the ground getting knocked out. He wakes up and she gives him a ring. He plants and gets magical Christmas tree. It grants him 3 wishes! Review: Um, I never heard of this film until recently. Apparently it was notorious for being a shitty movie and I agree. For a movie that is only an hour long, it took forever to get anywhere. The characters were meh…well just about everything was. The acting wasn’t the worst, but still bad. The … Continue reading 25 Days of Strange Christmas Flicks-Day Seven- The Magic Christmas Tree (1964)
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving! A day set aside for overeating and conversating with family that makes no effort to be family any other time of the year! It’s a holiday that I’ve grown to like more and more, that’s due to the traditions that my family and I have put in place. The night before Thanksgiving, we prepare the dinner. I usually help with the dressing. It’s a secret family recipe. Just kidding. After that, we gather around and watch Ernest P. Worrell commercials along with “Hey Vern! It’s my Family Album”. Both are really funny, I love Ernest and he’s … Continue reading Thanksgiving Traditions