Gems Tv

09 Dec 18
The Chronicles Of Mari

I’ve been (binge) watching a TON of Netflix lately. As the weather gets cooler there is nothing cozier than curling up with a blanket, a hot beverage to your favorite TV shows. I’ve decided to round up a review of what I’ve been watching for the last few weeks in my mother tongue. Rebelde I […]

09 Dec 18
Lets Go Somewhere, McKinney

Oh my goodness, we have been nominated again for the Liebster Award! We have done this multiple times because we love all the questions that people come up with! For this award we were nominated by Roots Wings and Travel Things. Their blog is about their family of 4 traveling the US. They have identical […]

09 Dec 18
Pale Writer

Sextette (1978) is based on Mae West’s 1961 play of the same name, which was also her last stage performance. At the time of the film’s release, Mae was eight five years old, although for her entire professional career Mae had claimed she was seven years younger than she actually was; so there have been […]

09 Dec 18
baltimore food and fun

My week is busy with Christmas preparation. I’m a little behind on my shopping list. On Thursday I’m attending a private dinner at Puerto 511 and it’s going to be AMAZING. I’ll be sure to share food photos. On Friday I’m throwing my company party, wish me luck! On Saturday I’m hitting up the 6th […]

09 Dec 18
PopLurker

By Jonathan Meisner   Christmas is around the corner and that means toys. Who the hell am I kidding? We’re Lurkers. It’s toys all the time in this playroom. Cute festive opening line though, right? I’ve already written a listicle about my favorite G1 Transformers toys, some that I had in my collection and a […]

09 Dec 18
Justice for the Corpse

Concluding our look at Columbo’s second season. Part one is here. “Requiem for a Falling Star” by Jackson Gillis Former movie queen Nora Chandler (Anne Baxter) once produced a movie and did a lot of creative accounting while doing it. Gossip columnist Jerry Parks (Mel Ferrer) knows too much about it, so Nora sets a […]

09 Dec 18
musicismyradar

Justin Salter is a Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist, composer, and engineer. He got his start as the drummer for Scary Kids Scaring Kids in 2005 and continued to grow his musical talents from there. Justin’s credits include serving as an engineer on records for iconic artists like Snoop Dogg, Alicia Keys, and Aaliyah, as well as […]

09 Dec 18
The Rallying Point

This is in response to an earlier post of mine that I’ve posted late last year, where I discussed about Multicultural Australia against True Australia. You can use the link to read about it if you haven’t. However I wish to reiterate that I’ve developed myself over the past year to now to improve upon. […]

09 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

Tonight (8 December) witnessed the return of I'm a celebrity … get me out of hereThe most spectacular Bushtucker test, the & # 39; Celebrity Cyclone & # 39 ;. The last four competitors have been fought against a slippery waterslide – where they have to crawl up and hold a yellow star to earn […]

09 Dec 18
Luxury Travel Diary

I was fortunate to spend a delightful week in and around Geneva this summer, and following stays at one luxury hotel followed by another, I feel that I have the expertise to rank these hotels into a list of the top 10 best luxury hotels in Geneva. I include which hotels have the most character, […]

09 Dec 18
Crazy Little Adventures

My multi-city trip this September was broken up into seeing a large amount of people in small doses of crazy little adventures. The trip was started by an invitation to Justine’s bachelorette party in New Orleans, Louisiana. From there, I knew I’d be close to my family living down in Louisiana, so I wanted to […]

09 Dec 18
gemsbooknook

I know a lot of people have a lot of different traditions at Christmas, so I thought today I would go through my Families Christmas celebration with you. It all starts with the decorations. They go up in November and stay up until January. My mum goes all out, every room in the house gets […]

09 Dec 18
Film Exegesisitus

  “After stealing a mysterious orb in the far reaches of outer space, Peter Quill from Earth is now the main target of a manhunt led by the villain known as Ronan the Accuser. To help fight Ronan and his team and save the galaxy from his power, Quill creates a team of space heroes […]

09 Dec 18
Conservative TV Reviews

Hope, Faith, and Staying in it for the Kids And now abideth faith, hope, and charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity. – Paul Just. Plain. Masterful. I never watched the original 1960s series, but I’m aware that this Netflix remake is both staying faithful to a campy charm and crafting longer […]

08 Dec 18
trevallog

We spent so many hours looking for the perfect place to stay at in Phuket. Well, our definition of perfect involves the adjectives cheap and nice. And I think we found a gem. To be honest, there are too many things I like about Phuket. First, its efficient transport and travel agent. Second, the huge varieties […]