If you have an Avengers / Marvel mad child like me (or again, like me, you yourself are a huge Marvel fan!) and can’t quite make it to Avengers Campus this year due to restrictions and being stuck in the UK, there are some great days out you can go on right here in the UK to see either Marvel filming locations for some of their blockbusters or just really fun Marvel themed attractions. Here’s a list of a few ideas that would be great for over the summer holidays.
Madame Tussaud’s Blackpool
If you follow me on Instagram and/or TikTok, you’ll have seen that we recently visited Madame Tussaud’s Blackpool for their Marvel exhibition. The rest of Madame Tussaud’s was fun, however Vincent and his friend were only 6 so didn’t know most of the celebrities that the waxworks were based on so they really did enjoy the…
Hello all you wizards of words, I am honored to be nominee of the Versatile Blogger Award nominated by my east coast sister and brilliant blogger Catherine aka @irishgirl692. I am truly blessed to have such support from the blogging community and truly blessed to have such a strong and beautiful person such as Catherine in our blogging community. She’s truly is a champion. Check out Catherine award winning blog “Shatter The Silence” and follow her on social media and don’t forget to subscribe.
Thank you Catherine for being the beautiful soul and sharing your story.
This post is inspired by writing prompt #112 write something about lemons – enjoy
When life gives you lemons squeeze them then put into a blender make lemon drop Martini’s. Life is always a party with a good strong Martini as they say a lemon a day keeps the batty people away. Slice them up for a warm cup of tea, perfectly soothing warming the soul on those cold nights. Cool them down for a light bite of summer’s delight hanging out with linguini and shrimp.
Hello all you warriors of words, today blog is a little bit different in a way that’s never been done here before. I’m stepping way out of my comfort zone and diving in head first with these set of questions passed on from my friend fellow blogger Rachel Marcelle from the Vogue Magazine Series. (Rachel answers)
Hello, I’m Sunny Larue known as the professional martini drinking blogger and diagnosed with bipolar. For my last blog post of twenty-nineteen, I thought I would finish a draft from summer where struggling with my mental state was very apparent. It’s no secret that one major contributing factors to my triggers is work related. This episode is a result of the stress of dealing with a workplace bully, unorganization of a temporary desk move and the loud sound of office renovation. Because of the chaos, I couldn’t jot down my thoughts in my journal instead I used post-it-notes and paper napkins. Once I pieced together my thoughts this blog took shape. Apologizing in advance my thoughts were all over the place. This happens when one is in the throws of a full blown bipolar episode.
Carolyn V. Wormely Sunrise: October 26, 1935 🌹 Sunset: December 13, 2009
This one’s for you mom. I love more than you’ll ever know.
Tomorrow is here that time of year when we think of you fondly my dear. All the tears shed hasn’t healed the pain of your departure. Today I fear to close my eyes to wake up to tomorrow which marks the day you received your heavenly wings.
This post is of the opinion of Sunny Larue. Sunny Larue is not a licensed healthcare physician nor gives any medical advice. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or self harm call 911 or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255
Hello all you magical wizards of words, today’s post is inspired by writing prompt “sorrow” and the effects of this emotion has on the mentally health challenged. This short was written when I was seventeen a year after I was diagnosed. James Taylormusic heavily influenced my writings Fire and Rain is one song that I related to. The line “Suzanne the plans they made put an end to you” is in reference to childhood friend Suzanne Schnerr suicide. I tweaked it a bit but it’s interesting to see the difference in feelings from the late eighties as a teen and today as a forty something adult.
Spinning around on the turntable, as we (my friend and I) sit listening to High N’ Dry album by Def Leppard in celebration of a new 2020 world tour featuring the reunion of Motley Crue and Poison, Mirror Mirror, Look Into My Eyes comes on and we’re in awl of the amazing sound blaring from the speakers. Joe’s sings “Gonna have to smash the glass”, my buddy says to me “it’s a fool who can admit defeat.” My response is “if this is true then why do we run from our reflection in the mirror?” Hello all you Santa’s little helpers today’s blog is inspired by Def Leppard’s song Mirror Mirror Look Into My Eyes and why we run from our reflection in the mirror. There are many reasons why we run but the main reason is we don’t like to face the truth.
Hello all you rockers of words, today blog is inspired by fun. I thought it would be fun to share some favorite musical acts from the world or reality. There was a time I was a reality TV blogger. I enjoyed the angle of reality TV which we all discovered isn’t quite real. My top shows to indulge in are Real Housewives of…., Married to Medicine, The Next Top Model and Making The Model. With all kinds of craziness floating around the universe I thought it would be fun if we get an giggle out of reality stars and their short lived music. Enough fanfare I now give you my top list of reality stars musical acts.
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Hello all your rockstars of words, today’s blog post is inspired by my love of music. I use music as a tool to keep my Chum quiet. Drowning out the noise that my Chum often provides when he’s knocking at the stage door, this particular memory is a good one. The Cars is my first musical love. The song All Mixed Up is my introduction to this great band. I had the pleasure of seeing them for the first time at eleven in 1982 at the US Festival. I enjoyed their live performance a total of seven times each appearance better than the last. I often blog about the impact Def Leppard and Franz Ferdinand music has had in my life but it all started with The Cars.