Quote The Movie

We all have a movie we have seen so many times that you can quote it almost line by line. For us there are several of them. The dialogue is imprinted on your brain and you feel like you could do a reenactment like you see in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”. The whole point of reciting the lines is to have a good time and perhaps annoy some folks in the process.

What is your favorite movie to quote line by line?

Real Fettuccine Alfredo

We had this for dinner tonight and it was delish. It’s an easy recipe courtesy of The Soup Diva!

The Soup Diva

  • 8-9 oz. fettuccine noodles (the fresher the better – I use Bertolli)
  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream
  • ½ stick real butter, cubed
  • ¾ cup (about 4 oz.) Parmesan cheese, freshly grated or shaved
  • Salt, black or white pepper, nutmeg, parsley, plus olive oil

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Independence Day – A Yearly Tradition


It’s time for that classic movie that shows today’s films how to save the world from aliens while obliterating The White House the right way. Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Judd Hirsch and a deeply talented cast make this movie a classic. This film is a family classic that we watch each July 4th but this year on July 3rd.

Happy Treason Day, Ungrateful Colonials


I found this funny. As an Anglophile this is a weird time for me because of my love for England. I love the Queen and a lot of British stuff. There are some days I wish we could go crawling back…then there are some great things about America that make this place special too.

Back To The Future – Released 30 Years Ago

SUBMITTED PHOTO - The 1985 movie poster for 'Back to the Future.'

This is one of my all-time favorite movies and its 30 years old today. This makes me hurt just a little. Without doubt its one of the greatest sci-fi movies ever. It’s America’s time travel odyssey. Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd are a great team in this iconic summertime flick.

A Note To My Followers, Old and Young

I appreciate the wide variety of ages I have found here on WordPress. Younger bloggers provide a great perspective on life and they are in many ways wise beyond their years. My philosophy is that in blogging we are all peers and I think that is true…to a point. In the crazy world we live in one can never be too careful and you have to be above board and transparent online. I don’t mind connecting with bloggers of all ages but I want them to be aware of the fact I am 45 years old. One can never be too careful these days. If you have any questions let me know.

I am glad to be a mentor and a friend to anyone. Just know that boundaries are a good thing when connecting with anyone. Thank you for understanding and your friendship.