Nomadland Tuesday, Jan 19 2021 

I think it is important to shed light in films on some unfortunate trends happening in our society. I have always admired Frances McDormand’s work. She portrays an older woman who lives out of her vehicle. Yet she and her contemporaries have a feeling of camaraderie and a community feeling of helping one another. Homelessness is a present problem. I admire actresses who don’t necessarily demand glamorous roles. And I must admit the lure of the open road is a siren song even to this writer – but not in this time of covid.

“fleurs” new listing bead woven dangle earrings Sunday, Jan 10 2021 

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“fleur” dangle earrings

Sterling silver wires -longest point on fringe 2 inches-shinier than it photographs -very light weight w

$40.00

Bridgerton Thursday, Dec 31 2020 

Well, this show is very popular, and I do enjoy watching it, but I am an adult. It’s to say the least, pretty racy. Well written and acted though. The dialogue is sprightly and the characters are very well drawn. At one time I wanted to be an actress – I’m kind of glad I didn’t pursue that – it seems that very revealing and embarrassing moments involving intercourse are the name of the game these days. Shakespeare wasn’t this roudy. The humor -especially Lady Whistledown’s gossip rag , (played skillfully by Julie Andrews) is well done. Have the kids watch cartoons in another room.