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The best of the dark and broody crime series on Netflix and Amazon: Part 2

Fri, 09 Feb 2018 02:11:23 +0000

I would like to help you with your binge-watching. Call me an enabler. For more binge-worthy shows you can stream on Netflix and Amazon Prime, see Part One.   Without further ado, I give you, Part Two: From BBC to Sundance to Netflix. Watch it. Photo Credit 1 Season   Based on the true crime book 1 season   3 Seasons Originally aired in Norway is said to have changed Netflix when it premiered   5 Seasons with a 6th coming Wentworth is an Australian television drama program. It was first broadcast on SoHo on 1 May 2013. The series serves as a contemporary reimagining of Prisoner, which ran on Network Ten from 1979 to 1986.     3 Seasons from BBC to Netflix     This one is on Amazon and produced by Amazon     based on the first two Poldark novels by Winston Graham 3 Seasons Amazon     from SundanceTV […]

The best of the dark and broody crime series on Netflix and Amazon. Part One

Thu, 09 Nov 2017 19:32:15 +0000

In asking the good friends on Facebook for recommendations for good crime series like The Fall & Broadchurch, especially from BBC (British crime series), I was given SO many fantastic responses that I had to put them here, as a service to the world. You’re welcome. I give you, the best crime TV on Netflix and Amazon (with mentions of Hulu and other stuff I don’t have) with some info like how many seasons there are, when the next seasons are coming, etc… (The Facebook friends gave me around 50 total recommendations, so I’ll be posting more soonly.) (These first ten are ones I have watched or partially watched.)   photo credit Season One released November 3, 2017 6 episodes Netflix (The jury is still out on whether or not there will be more seasons) Sidenote: I'm currently watching this and loving it. photo credit 4 Seasons on Netflix (The jury is out […]

that could be lame

Mon, 18 Apr 2016 02:40:36 +0000

If you hardly ever say anything, do people listen more closely when you do? I used to say a lot here. My dad is one of those people that doesn’t talk that much. He is also the kind of person that, because he waits to speak, ya best listen when he does. It’s going to be worth listening to, truly. (No pressure, dad.) My friend Jean had a stroke several years ago. It took a toll on her body and makes it so that her words come out slowly. Her brain will have it all lined up nice, words flowing to sentences and then paragraphs and pages, but it comes out like the dripping of a slow-leak faucet, or sometimes simply like a person who has had a stroke. This can be terribly frustrating for her. It is one of the things I adore about her. Well…that’s…lame…she said recently. And that was it. […]

Yes, honor the pain: On Marianne Williamson, #PPD and compassion

Thu, 28 Jan 2016 15:53:13 +0000

This is for the suffering mother. This morning my little Elsie Jane alarm clock woke me up whispering “Mommy…Mommy…” you know, how they do. And I groggily came to and whispered back, “huh?” or something lovely like that. Then she started in, like she’d been waiting for so long to talk about something very important…   It went like this: Why is there a thing that goes way inside the tennis shoe and comes out and you can pull on it, it’s a tongue…and we have one in our mouth too and then there is gum that we can chew and also the gums where our teeth come out, why are they both gum and tongues?   So we talked about that.   I was there to talk about that.   This is my truth: Part of the reason I can strive for a perspective that sustains my spirit and attitude is because […]

come back home

Tue, 17 Nov 2015 14:13:32 +0000

When we blame an entire religion, or its people, for something terrifying, it makes it easier. It makes it all feel far away, over there, by Them. Those People. The Evil Ones. This is born of fear and insecurity and those are natural things to feel, but we have to work through them and come back home. And if we claim to be Christians, home is where we keep the fatherless and the widow. Home is where we pick up the man who is opposite of us but still us, on the side of the road, bleeding. (Syria photo credit – Amnesty International) Do you see how we are all connected? We once were anyway and I can’t remember it and neither can you and most of us are fine with that. Terrorism, war, carnage…results of isolation and separation and disconnection and fear. We all did that. Not just politicians or religious fanatics, both […]

the buzz of guilt

Thu, 12 Nov 2015 17:03:12 +0000

The other day she barged into the bathroom while I was finishing my shower. MOMMY. What, Elsie? I have to go the bathroom. Go for it. Then I turned off the water and reached for my towel, stayed in the shower more to avoid the chill in the air than to avoid the usual, Your tummy is funny and, I can see your butt! From her throne, she suddenly blurted, “I love you, Mommy.” So I told her I love her too, of course. And then I added, “You’re my best girl.” And she said, “You’re my best mommy.” There has always been this sneaking suspicion (or often it’s a very clear, not sneaky, thought) I have that I’m not the best mommy at all, not even close. From my first pregnancy through today, I’ve battled over ten years of self-doubt and guilt. Sometimes it is LOUD and sometimes it’s quiet–a hunch, a […]

Just Write {196}

Tue, 27 Oct 2015 17:48:13 +0000

We were talking about something totally other than the next thought that came to my mind and then out my mouth, the way I do, abruptly “Hey! Did you find out about your chair!?” She was stumped, a little mystified, and then laughing hysterically. I had forgotten to tell her my train of thought, to bring her along with my change of subject… “It must be so exhausting to have your brain!” (She said this with tears streaming down her face, gasps between guffaws.) In my defense, it is important, this chair business. She purchased it weeks ago and it was to arrive to her home and has not appeared. We need to remember to call that place and demand that chair. We haven’t yet, too many other random things have come to mind and taken over. But still, where has the chair gone… Earlier we were in the coffee drive-thru, where we […]