Surrender by Bono is a not to be missed autobiography, especially if you are a U2 fan. Refreshingly candid and very enlightening about a star and his struggles with faith and fame. I highly recommend it to everyone.
I am not a huge film fan, being more at home in the world of words, but I am impressed with some content I have recently viewed.
Top Gun Maverick became a blockbuster and after watching it, I see why that is so. Lovely film.
The three John Wick movies are awesome if you like a good story with non-stop action. I love fast-paced videos.
We Have A Ghost is a beautiful narrative, well acted, and superbly plotted. Warning: You may need a Kleenex.
You know I have to say something about my favorite band. GRRR by the Rolling Stones is an excellent set of tracks.
I got these up a bit late for streaming this weekend, but maybe next week.
Like photographs falling out of a pocket, scattered hither and yonder, we live these days, morphing from now to ever.
I collect things, pens, journals, books, images, and feelings. Never know when I might find myself in need, so I squeeze things in, some with ease. Others come harder, jagged, and broken, but those find meaning, too.
PROMPT: Go somewhere, familiar or strange, take photographs that soothe or move you. See if you have words to fit the images. Try them out to fit. Post if you can and will.
There is something I want to catch. I have not gotten it yet. Maybe I will share it when I do. Today came close, but we all know there are times when images play us for fools, spooling out with bartered charm.
He is my son, Alex’s dog, and I am captivated by his strength and how he simetimes seems pensive and aloof.
I caught other photographs, but maybe these are enough for today. I do not know, indeed cannot say for sure, but I might bog someone down. Time will keep, until it does not, then it will slide out and away.
Thankful for these, Today:
1. Oreo cookies. 2. The pen I photographed above is a spirit of music, and music is a muse. 3. January, days when the depth and darkness seem to fall away. 4. Finishing reading the first book in the new year. 5. Sleep.
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I finished ‘However, Whatever, Wherever, Whenever, Why? Volume 13,’ a few days early. After careful deliberation over my choices, I chose this journal handmade by Disabled and Homeless persons. It may have been stored for as many as 25 years. ( I keep things forever.)
I am considering beginning a new Creativity Project on Haphazard Creative and Chronicles. I do not know where 2023 will open doors or lead me, but am excited to begin it.
I hope the New Year will bring us all many blessings and joy. If you like, join me here, and we can explore possibilities together.
Best wishes for your wellness and growth. Be prepared to accept the abundance coming your way.
We are all treasures from the hands of the Creator, and good things are stored up for us. We must be courageous to grasp the opportunities that come our way. Walking into the future with Love, good fortune will find us.
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