crushes of yore

Crushes Of Yore: No Apologies Necessary

Since I can’t get Pinterest to work with Blogger at this time of night, I’ll just go ahead and throw all sorts of random commentary on a few Crushes of Yore (and one that would have counted, except not)… – Much as I adore him to bits – and believe me, I’m crushing on him hard right now – Jonny…

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crushes of yore, music

Crushes of Yore: That Guy from That Band

I’ve been following The Voice of the Philippines for the last few weeks now, which I’ve been watching with a group of girls from our dorm. We watch the show for the performances, and for the judges (let’s just say that Lea Salonga seems to be enjoying the same “special beverage” that Blake Shelton partakes of in the US edition)…

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announcements, crushes of yore, essays, squee

About a Parent

Some of you may be wondering if I’ve been crying buckets of tears over the news that Jeremy Renner is now expecting a child with an unidentified ex-girlfriend – who, obviously, is not me. Frankly, I didn’t know if I wanted to laugh, cry, or beat the living daylights out of the bastard, so I did feel bad for a while… then…

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busy-ness, crushes of yore, holidays, in memoriam, music, NaNoWriMo, screenplay, squee

Today’s Dispatch: Waiting on a Line of Greens and Blues

This post was brought to you by THIS SONG: See, here’s the problem: It’s October 30, right? And I’m supposed to be plotting my NaNo by now, because we’ll be busy tomorrow since we’re getting a jump (pun not intended) on All Saints’ Day by visiting the family pantheon. (Okay, not exactly a real “pantheon” per se, but we use…

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characterization, crushes of yore, screenplay

Today’s Dispatch: Once Again, Crushes of Yore

This post is brought to you by the movie Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren. Also starring Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel… and THIS GUY. Screencap from The Daily Beast.  Look, I know what you are all thinking: Several entries ago I already “ruled out” Michael Stuhlbarg for the “role” of Adam in my screenplay, partly because he didn’t seem…

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