This post was actually scheduled for this past Friday but, after Thursday’s sad subject, I thought I needed something a little more lighthearted. So I’m putting it up today. It still kind of fits the romance theme…
I’ve had a crush on Keifer Sutherland for years. From the first time I saw an old movie called Flatliners (which, frankly, scared the heck out of me). Then the Three Musketeers. And, finally, had to love Jack Bauer in 24.
Oops. Let’s not forget the voice on the other end of the line in Phone Booth, which was a fantastic movie…if you could get past the excessive foul language used by Colin Farrell. I highly recommend it…but only if you can watch it on a network where they do some serious audio editing.
But yeah, I love Mr. Sutherland. I think he’s sexy…and I could listen to him talk forever. He also appears to be a very good sport in this, another favorite video of mine…
And now for the mash up. Here are my favorite blogs from last week:
Shelly Immel has a great website called The Big Life Project. There she challenges us to ‘focus on leading a richer, more meaningful life.’ This week she offers a video interview with Cynthia Morris, a writer, creativity coach and mentor who shares with us some suggestions for living a happier life (even if you’re not a writer).
A new favorite blog is ‘Jenny Beans, the madcap adventures of a single woman who went to the bank to become a mommy.’ I read this post and giggled about Grandma and the 911 calls for days!
Debra Kristi came through with flying colors in her post about Edward Cullen, Sparkling Prince or Creepy Stalker. She even has a couple of fun polls at the end. Being a Twilight series lover (yes, I’ll probably have to locate a recovering Twilaholics group somewhere), this was definitely one of my favorites this week.
And, finally, Karen Pokras Toz shares with us that emails aren’t always what they seem. Or that you shouldn’t judge them by the few words that show up when you get one, because what might seem like a less than complimentary email could be a really good one in disguise.
One final thought today… Remember, only 33 shopping days until Christmas. Time to mortgage the house! Time to have a rummage sale! (brr!!!) Time to find that genie in a bottle or win the lottery! 🙂