The Duds, a mockumentary short film created, produced, and written by Sean White (the handsome actor, not the red-headed snowboarder from the 90s) premiered on Friday, April 9th on Youtube.
I have an appreciation for reviewing and sharing songs that I have been listening to on repeat or just songs for the season- aka my infamous Happy Holigays playlist. Today, I think it is time to share and review some new songs that recently dropped that I think you need to add to your latest playlist, if you haven’t already.
This past weekend I was having a talk with my partner about what things would be like if we didn’t have the current technology we have. If somehow the world time traveled back to before cellphones, streaming services, Google searches, and all that jazz. There are many benefits about the world we live in today, but in a world that is so deeply nostalgic for the past...there is no denying there are certain things that would be nice to still have around.
In the club that has existed in my mind for the past year this is what I assumed we would have been dancing to had we been *safely* allowed to dance the night away together:
Maybe it is because I see a lot of myself in Fran - she’s from NJ, she was horrible at math, she’s sarcastic, and she’s gay...I could go on but I feel like even she would make a joke that these similarities are more common than rare.
Instead of a couple of times a week, it may only be once a week that I can manage to write something to share with you all. Writing is my true passion, and it is what brings me joy. I won't let responsibilities of growing older hinder the goals I have set out for this website, and myself.
When the world is on overdrive to destination insanity - do yourself a favor and wait for the next bus.
While the earth feels like an over shaken snow globe on fire, I have been trying to rethink back to times when I felt the most connected to music when I was younger. Trying my best to remember times when music sucked me in so deep that I felt extremely connected to what I was listening to.
My yearning to be a writer stems from my love of storytelling and the stack of books I used to carry around with me that was always far too big for lil me to even carry down the stairs.
Poetry has always felt like meditation in a way, from my perspective. Words that paint a landscape for us if only just for a few stanzas.