Tag: film/movies

Fun and Easy Ways to Keep in Touch

Living 1,307 miles away from our closest family members can make staying in touch a bit of a challenge.  Growing up, my husband and I were blessed to be very close to family and grandparents.  Those relationships greatly influenced our childhoods and who we are today.  One of our biggest desires is for family to …

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Top 5 for August 16, 2013

Summer is quickly wrapping up.  It seems unreal that some children are already headed back to school, and our daughter will be one year old next week!  We’ve had a lot going on lately, but I wanted to check in quick and let you all know everything is going great.  Here are a few of …

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Top 5 Picks for Independence Day, 2012

Photography, Fresh Fruit, Decorations, Fireworks, and Blockbusters 1. How to Take Good Pictures of Fireworks Most of us have experienced the disappointment of trying to capture an elaborate fireworks display on our phones or even using a high quality digital camera.  Out of hundreds of pictures you might get a few that are okay, but they don’t …

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Top 5 Movies

Wednesday you got to see 100 of my favorite movies, but I reserved the best for today’s Top 5.  I have been wrestling with this all week.  Trying to settle on only 5 favorite movies is like being asked to single out your favorite family members.  There are so many that I love, it’s been …

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100 Favorite Movies

After the post on Monday talking about films, comparing originals to their remakes, I’ve had readers inquiring as to what my favorite movies are.  Trying to narrow it down is like trying to pick an ultimate food, animal, or color.  I think for some people this may come easier than for others.  For me, it’s practically …

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Remake vs. Original, Which do You Prefer?

                        As a rule of thumb, most people agree that when it comes to the book versus the movie, the book is usually the winner, hands down.  It seems that characters are more alive and we can connect with them better through the written …

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Top 5 Picks for the Week, February 3, 2012

Memories, Motion, Museums, Music, and Movies   1. Reuben Heyday Margolin Reuben Heyday Margolin is a forward thinker, his creations range from portraits to rickshaws.  Quite possibly his most noted works are focused on kinetic art, pieces with motion.  Drawing from nature and the fluid action of waves, Margolin has constructed several intricate suspended masterpieces.   Through his …

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