Another year approaches its end, another year beckons to be begun. And it is with this end of the year that I noticed that I recently passed 60,000 pageviews, which ain't too shabby considering my sporadic presence here. 45,000 comments, as well. And 900 deviatons!
And I couldn't have done it without every single one of you. And so I send you my thanks and love for always being there to support me a little or a lot. It helps to make it worthwhile to continue creating and sharing my adventures.
I wish you all the happiest of holidays, whatever you might celebrate, and a splendid new year! Much love and light!
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Movie Review: Ferris Bueller's Day Off
by John Hughesi: Starring Matthew Broderick, Ferris Bueller's Day Off is about a young man, Ferris, who decides that the beautiful day in the suburbs of Chicago should not go to waste sitting in a high school classroom. He decides, therefore, to fake an illness and take the day off, bringing his girlfriend, Sloane, and his best friend, Cameron, along for the ride. Having been absent 9 times, the Dean of Students, Edward Rooney, goes on a mad quest to try and catch Ferris skipping school.Mixing asides with regular performance, this comedic gem dates back to the 80s but still has the pleasure of making young and old generations laugh uproariously. The beauty of the film lies within the overall message of what it is to have fun, to be free of restraint, and to let the world know that at the end of the day it can all work out if there are just a few white lies told. Ferris's character is a lovable icon that will be passed down from generation to generation for as long as there are high schools and public education
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- A Clash of Kings
by George R. R. Martin