God is good … all the time

"It’s better to be there when something passes away. If you don’t see it happening, there’s always a part of you that thinks it might come back, whatever it is, and that’s the part of you that keeps you from seeing what God’s going to do next."Bishop Greenleaf I've been watching the final season of... Continue Reading →

I’m Thinking of Ending Things

I watched a few movies over the long weekend. I enjoyed the thriller that included my favourite guy, Cillian Murphy, and the romantic comedy featuring Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen, but there was one film that I just haven't been able to shake. Charlie Kaufman's I'm Thinking of Ending Things is based on the book... Continue Reading →

New on Netflix: Good Girls

I binge watched a recent addition to Netflix called Good Girls. It's an American series starring Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Hap & Leonard), Retta (Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, Parks & Recreation), and Mae Whitman (Parenthood, Arrested Development) as three suburban mothers who decide to take matters into their own hands and do whatever it takes... Continue Reading →

New on Netflix: Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope

Over the weekend I noticed this new television series on Netflix called "Can't Cope, Won't Cope." Yes, it's not the greatest as titles go, but I was intrigued enough by the photographs to at least hover over it and find out what it was all about. At the time I was looking for something light... Continue Reading →

New on Netflix: Rotten

There's a new documentary series on Netflix called "Rotten" that I started watching this week. I have only watched the first episode so far, but it was very interesting and I will definitely continue to watch more. The series is dedicated to investigating corporate corruption in the food industry. It is American based, but that... Continue Reading →

Must Watch Netflix: “Hacksaw Ridge”

Usually we're all about the television series and documentaries but lately we've been watching more films on Netflix. And it seems like every movie I pick out is based on a true story. There are a lot of great memoirs and biographies, but nothing prepared me for Hacksaw Ridge. I suppose there was likely a... Continue Reading →

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