Dog Days of Summer- Dog Tag

Hello guys! I came across this furry tag from ADANCEWithBooks> https://wordpress.com/read/blogs/91800747/posts/18751. I love dogs and books, so this is a perfect tag for me!     1  What was the name of your first dog?   When I was born my dad had a  Golden Retriever named Annie. Annie was a sweet dog who loved to swim. She lived for nearly fifteen years.  Around the age of seven or eight Sammy, an Italian greyhound mix entered my life and became my first dog. Sammy will be turning sixteen this December. She’s an incredible dog. She isn’t the brightest pup, yet she’s … Continue reading Dog Days of Summer- Dog Tag

The Real Neat Blog

I was recently nominated by Dronstadblog for this reward.  Thank you for choosing me. I haven’t earned many awards on this site in a while, so it’s nice to be back in the winners circle. You’ve been  sincere and honest with me about writing and I’m grateful for the suggestions and guidance.  The rules for  the Real Neat Blog Award are posted below.     Here are the rules for the “Real Neat Blog Award” 1. Put the award logo on your blog. 2. Thank the people who nominated you, linking to their blogs. 3. Answer 7 questions asked by … Continue reading The Real Neat Blog

Bokeh Film Review

Jenai( Maika Monroe) and Riley( Matt O Leary) are a young, American couple who go on a little romantic vacation in Iceland. Their romantic getaway turns bizarre when a rare flash of light shoots across the sky, leaving them as the only humans left on the island and possibly the entire world.  Stories where people go missing, get stuck in a parallel universe,  or are the only humans remaining on planet earth always capture my attention. It would be an awfully entertaining adventure, yet would grow tiresome and terrifying after awhile which is exactly what happened in this film. Cue … Continue reading Bokeh Film Review

Players “Retiring” is Bad for Tennis

We’ve seen some funny business going on at the grassy grounds of Wimbledon. Over the first few days of the tournament we’ve seen players, retiring from matches, after going down a few games to quality players such as Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer etc.   Let me start off with, saying that if a player is truly injured then they by all means should be allowed to conclude a match over health concerns, nonetheless that doesn’t seem to be the case. Lower seeded players are basically jumping ship, because they can’t seem to handle being defeated. This is a sad event … Continue reading Players “Retiring” is Bad for Tennis