Hello March 💛☀️



March’s arrival brings with it

The last vestiges of a winter

Bound to hang on….

While early glimmers of Spring

Begin to appear.


As Natures clock continues to tick

Rebirth and renewal expound,

After my own winters exile,

I feel the warmth and rumblings

Of my own awakening…..


photo via pixaby

Saturday Serenade and Cinema….A Walk To Remember

A WALK TO REMEMBER …. A favorite of mine and my daughters. We’re both Nicholas Sparks and Mandy Moore Fans. 

A Walk to Remember is a 2002 American coming-of-age romantic drama film directed by Adam Shankman and written by Karen Janszen, based on Nicholas Sparks’ 1999 novel of the same name. The film stars Shane West, Mandy Moore, Peter Coyote, and Daryl Hannah, and was produced by Denise Di Novi and Hunt Lowry for Warner Bros.

Saint Patty’s Day Cinema….The Quiet Man

Happy St. Patty’s Day Folks! 💚🍀🍻 House smells amazing with the aroma of corned beef and cabbage,,,potatoes and carrots and Irish soda bread! Looking forward to our wonderful meal and then we’ll be watching one of my favorite movies.. The Quiet Man. I just love the two of them together!

What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day then to watch John Ford’s, “The Quiet Man” (1952). It’s been 64 St. Patrick’s Days (including today) since the premiere of The Quiet Man, but it’s been a lot longer since John Ford first wanted to make the film back in 1933 after reading Maurice Walsh’s, “The Quiet Man”, a short story first published in the Saturday Evening Post. (Borrowed from the John Wayne FB Page)

Sunday Cinema—Leap Year ❤️

Great afternoon for a movie……Leap Year is a 2010 American romantic comedy film directed by Anand Tucker, and starring Amy Adams and Matthew Goode. The film is about a woman who heads to Ireland to ask her boyfriend to accept her wedding proposal on leap day, when tradition supposedly holds that men cannot refuse a woman’s proposal for marriage. Her plans are interrupted by a series of increasingly unlikely events and are further complicated when she hires a handsome innkeeper to take her to her boyfriend in Dublin. The film premiered in New York City on January 6, 2010.[3]

Sweet Quote

And the ending credits song….You Got Me by Colbie Caillat….love this song!!

Lightening The Load….


Lightening The Load 

I was feeling a heaviness,

I was being dragged down.

I could feel myself pulling away,

My Spirit starting to drown.

I felt the need to get away,

Coming on so very strong.

Fresh air and quiet solitude,

My prescription for all that’s wrong.

Walking my lonely stretch of beach

Tears and angry words were shed.

Releasing all that toxicity

Helped to clear my head.

With each and every step I took,

Unshackled I became.

Freedom is always possible,

If I don’t refrain. 

Sometime it’s a necessity,

To break out and let it all go.

By doing so I free myself,

And lighten up my load.

©lindafedroff January 25, 2016