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Sunday, February 2, 2014

Letter to My Love


Meet me in the darkened woods
‘Neath a roof of stars and tangled limbs
Close my eyes and touch my lips
Give unto me thy precious kiss

Like the earth, you nourish
Like the water, comfort me
Like the fire, you warm each moment
Like the air, you set me free

Every gift that you have given
Let me now give unto you
I will shower you with fervor
And bestow a love that’s true

As the endless sky surrounds us
And blankets us with night
We’ll be one within the darkness
Our fervent spirits filled with light

© 2014 Maria Christine

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Please be kind, and Rewind time!


Will miss Blockbuster - good memories, good times. But I miss the video store in general. I was so upset when Blockbuster swooped in and closed all the Movies at Homes stores. I loved Movies at Home and old school Movies Tonight! Used to rent every horror flick when I was a kid. This was before internet so we couldn't go to IMDB and look up someone's filmography. If we wanted to watch every single Van Damme movie in existence, we had to look at the back of the video tapes to see what it said he had been in. We saw every movie he made until the late nineties. There was a lot! Once (as a young teen), a friend and I walked 2 miles to rent Men at Work at Blockbuster and on the way home we stopped by the store and accidentally left the movie at the pay phone. When we realized it and ran back it was stolen! OMG the fees. OMG! LoL. So many memories!!! If we could only go back!
 

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Friday, December 27, 2013

Unboxing the Undertaker


Oh my oh me – I have to tell you – those who know me know that I am an ever-so-slightly devout Undertaker fan. “Yes, yes, yes”. And this week a special gift found its way to me – the artist’s proof Undertaker sculpture by Todd MacFarlane. There are no other words, just AHHHH! And of course, Rest in Peace.