Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Saturday, June 21, 2014
The Curse of the Werewolf
1961 | Color | 91 Minutes | 1:85:1 | NR | Horror | Mono | Hammer Films
Director: Terence Fisher
Writers: Anthony Hinds
Sooooooo yeah I have been gone from blogging for a long time. I'm sorry for that. But back in March life changed. My mother passed away unexpectedly. And for the longest time I just have not felt like sitting by a computer or doing much for that matter. But now its time to try this again in hopes that I will get back to being myself. For those that kept stopping by my page and sending emails thank you. So on with the show!
|Mom loved all here grand kids. Grandparents day with Lainey and Ella.|
|This still brings a tear to my eye. She grabbed me over.|
|I love this! My aunts, Nanny and Papa. My mother is on the end (Right side)|
|I see a lot of me in this picture. I'm always told that I have papa's spirit but I know now I also have my mom's heart.|
My mom had the biggest heart. Loved her grand kids and was so proud of us and our involvement with MDA Camp. She should have left us many times but she is a fighter that never quit. One the battle with breast cancer and fought off alcoholism and suffered from agoraphobia but never missed a baseball game or band concert. She could make a friend any where in the world. If she saw a homeless person she would talk to them and give what little she had. Its funny how you look back and everything and realize how amazing she was in her own way. And I cant believe how much I have turned out like her! And for some reason the memory in my head of the first time we watched Svengoolie together is still fresh. I know it was a Godzilla type of movie and it was 100 plus out side so she wanted us to stay in the house. And later she told me the only movie that scared the heck out of her was the Birds so yeah that Halloween I watched it! Well mom you got me hooked on being scared. And the rest is history.