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TYST, MY Celebration. Tell Me Now!

I love this idea. So often we don’t realize the positive impact we have on others. It could be a stranger, family, friend or even an enemy. 76 more words

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Movies and Two Uniquely American Men

“No saint, no pope, no general, no sultan, has ever had the power that a filmmaker has;  the power to talk to hundreds of millions of people for two hours in the dark.” 707 more words


Today's Birthdays: May 20th

Happy Birthday Today: David Proval, Bronson Pinchot, Michaela McManus, Cher, Jimmy Stewart, Tony Goldwyn, Matt Czuchry, Timothy Olyphant, Jack Gleeson

Mr. Smith Went To Washington

Jimmy Stewart, an American icon, was born on May 20, 1908. Mr. Stewart was acclaimed for such films as It’s A Wonderful Life and  Mr. Smith Goes To Washington… 65 more words


Happy Birthday: James Stewart (1908–1997)

Happy Birthday actor James Stewart

Born: James Maitland Stewart
May 20, 1908 in Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA

Died: July 2, 1997 (age 89) in Los Angeles, California, USA… 540 more words

Kindness Challenge- Before Post

Attention all 2016  Kindness Challenge Participants!

As one challenge ends, another begins! If you’re already signed up, feel free to write a “before” post and pingback here. 341 more words


C. J. Hartwell reblogged this on Feeding on Folly and commented:

RevofKindnessI've never done a blogging challenge before, so why now? One: This only requires one post a week and I can choose my day (I love the lack of rules). Two: My favorite all-time movie is Harvey. Seen it? You should. Here's my favorite quote from it: "Years ago my mother used to say to me, she'd say, 'In this world, Elwood, you must be' - she always called me Elwood - 'In this world, Elwood, you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant.' Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant. You may quote me." I'm going to give pleasantness a try. Wanna join me?

Appreciation. Keep it Simple

Appreciation. While watching the coverage of the bombing that occurred at the Boston Marathon, I felt that the most heart warming part was watching the victims as they met their heroes and thanked them.  341 more words