Ahhh, the 1950’s. A simpler time. Sock hop music, poodle skirts, smaller houses, single car households, single income households, wives at home in their aprons. Its so easy to romanticize that time period. 384 more words
Over the last month the focus has been on getting the house prepared and ready for the new arrival!
The nursery is almost complete, it is just in need of some soft furnishings, however the baby won’t be sleeping in there for the first few months. 300 more words
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about something I heard a lot about in earning my elementary education degree: teachable moments.
They’re moments that you didn’t originally include in your curriculum—moments that you can either take at face value and let slide by, or that you can use to your advantage and teach something from them. 348 more words
Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film HOUSEWIFE at the Horror Channel Frightfest Halloween event, director Can Evrenol tells us why film is a ‘pervert’s art’, shares his feelings for Fulci and reveals his contribution to Horror Anthology The Field Guide To Evil. 1,025 more words