entertainment

We’ve Been To London To Visit…

I apologize to those readers joining us from foreign lands, but at this point, most of you are from our lovely province of Ontario, and therefore this trip is actually an option for you. (Don’t get me wrong: although it was a lot of fun, it’s probably not worth the trek for my readers in Kentucky […] Read more…

Read It: Notes Left Behind (Brooke & Keith Desserich)

Do you like to pause while you read, sob for a while, and then continue? If so, then do I have the book for you! “Notes Left Behind” is the poignant story of Brooke and Keith Desserich’s journey through their daughter Elena’s cancer diagnosis and the last months of her life. Honest, touching and inspiring, […] Read more…

Our March Break Getaway

Friends of ours invited the four of us to join them for March Break in the Bahamas. Yeah, that didn’t happen. Instead, I am here to regale you with the exciting tales of our long-distance voyage to Toronto, Ontario! Woo hoo, you may be thinking. From where we live, Toronto is only a commute away, […] Read more…

See It: New Rentals

Alternate Title: Guess What I Did All Weekend? Here are three more DVDs to add to your rental list (please bear in mind that in general, I tend to disagree with movie critics, but I am judging films solely on their entertainment value). The Stepfather (Dylan Walsh, Sela Ward): This one was better than I anticipated. I […] Read more…

See It (Sometime): Valentine’s Day

Although critics seem to disagree with me, I really enjoyed Valentine’s Day – the movie. It was exactly what I expected: a fairly light romantic comedy which sticks pretty close to formula, and ends (spoiler alert!!) with almost everyone happily in love. Although predictable, there were a few twists here and there: one I saw […] Read more…

Murder Mystery Party: Meet Al Kohol and Brandy Chaser

If you’re looking for a way to jazz up your next party, check out the Murder Mysteries at Host-Party. Last night we attended “A St. Valentine’s Day Murder Mystery”, which took place at [my brother’s place turned into] a 1929 Chicago speakeasy (note the gangster and flapper attire on “Al Kohol” and “Brandy Chaser”). We […] Read more…

Read It: Sarah Palin “Going Rogue” (really)

Now, if I were American, I’m pretty sure I would be a Democrat. At least that’s what I would tell people, because right now it sounds so much cooler than the alternative. That said, I truly enjoyed reading “Going Rogue” by Sarah Palin. It was a learning experience, as I knew little about American politics, […] Read more…

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