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Your warrior within Reading this story made me wonder how many women are brutalized each day in their so-called homes, yet the hide it behind layers of foundation, mascara, and a worn-out smile?
Relish in the orange This is what I call a sweet write, with a recipe too 🙂
Beyond the sky Will you come with me?
Table for one I love how Van paints this. Many a time, I choose to be all by myself, to savour the solitude of being alone without feeling lonely.
The day democracy died This article sums it up. America, which way forward?
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In my younger days, I had two major crushes on two male actors.
The first actor was Captain Von Trapp of Sounds of Music.
I simply wanted to be the singing Maria – Julie Andrews, but I was just too young and after a while he started looking too old for me 😉
My second movie crush moved to James Bond.
OOOh! I had a crush on most of the gentlemen who played James: Sean Connery, Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan. Not sure if it was the men or the character that I liked most.
I kinda liked Timothy Dalton and Daniel Craig but for some reason my huge crush went down several notches with these two and I am glad to realize that maturity has fizzled away the crushiness especially when my young brain finally assimilated the fact that it was not real life.
Wouldn’t have minded being a Bond girl just once (the one that gets to keep sleek Brosnan to herself 😉 and get to go on those scary adventures.
It would have been nice to say:
Call me Mrs. Bond, Jackie Bond *wink, wink*
The Daily Post prompt It Builds Character.
Tell us about a favorite character from film, theater, or literature, with whom you’d like to have a heart-to-heart. What would you talk about?