Life Advice

“Think of what it is that you love doing so much that when you are doing it, the hours are flying by. Figure out a way to make that your career, and you will be happy for the rest of your life!” 

A Week In Movies: Walking Dead Season 1





Sheriff's Deputy Rick Grimes is shot and wounded in an altercation with criminals. After slipping into a coma for an indeterminate amount of time, Rick awakens in an abandoned hospital to find a post-apocalyptic world overrun by infectious zombies, colloquially called "walkers". Rick discovers that his wife and son are missing and meets survivors Morgan Jones and his son Duane, who take him in and explain the situation to him. Rick leaves Morgan with a radio in order to keep him updated, as he heavily arms himself from the police station's armoury and sets off on a perilous journey for Atlanta, Georgia. The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is rumoured to have set up a quarantined safe-zone in the city and Rick believes his family may be there. However, he soon discovers that the city has been overrun with walkers and is no longer safe. After being rescued from a horde of walkers by Glenn Rhee, Rick meets part of Glenn's group, who had set themselves up in an Atlanta department store. Walkers attack however, forcing them to escape while reluctantly leaving behind Merle Dixon, handcuffed on the roof by Rick due to his unstable and violent behaviour.
A few miles outside the city, in a camp with the rest of the survivors from Glenn's group, Rick's wife Lori and son Carl have been hiding with Shane Walsh, Rick's former police partner and best friend, who is now her lover after they presumed Rick to be dead. After escaping Atlanta and being reunited with Lori and Carl, Rick assumes a command position with Shane and must take responsibility not only for his wife and son but for the survival of the group as well. Part of the group led by Rick goes back into Atlanta to reclaim a weapons bag and to rescue Merle but find that he has escaped somewhere by sawing off his hand. On their return however, they find that their camp had been nearly overrun by walkers and Ed, Carol's husband, and Amy, Andrea's sister, are killed. In hopes of finding answers and medical treatment for Jim, an injured member who sustained a walker's bite, the group plans to return to Atlanta and seek aid from the CDC. After one family sets off alone to find their relatives, and Jim requests to be left on a road after beginning to succumb to the infection, the group continues towards the CDC.
In the CDC, all but one staff member, Dr. Edwin Jenner, have either fled or committed suicide. Dr. Jenner explains his research on the zombie apocalypse and that it has not yielded a cure. He explains that the French may have found a cure, as they were the only nation whose scientists stayed in their labs. Lack of fuel for the emergency generators soon initiates the building's safety protocols, which will trigger decontamination: an explosion designed to destroy the facility and prevent the escape of deadly diseases. Without hope for a cure and the future, Jenner elects to stay and die. Although they are nearly trapped in the building, Carol reveals a grenade she took from Rick's clothing, and the group is able to use it to blow out a window. Before the group leaves the building, Dr. Jenner whispers something into Rick's ear, while Andrea and Jacqui decide to stay with Jenner as they have also lost hope. Dale refuses to leave Andrea behind and elects to stay as well, so Andrea reverses her decision only to save Dale. She and Dale escape just before Jenner and Jacqui are killed by the building's self-destruction, as the survivors look on from outside.

My opinion is I love this the characters are great each one has their own personality and are very different.
Of course my fave is Norman Reemus.
They certainly don't skimp on the violence and gore its really good.
Bring on book set 2 I can't wait, I did watch a few episodes on telly but they took it off normal telly so i decided to get the box set from the library best thing I ever did.
I wrote this before finishing the season box set but now its finished omg!! Shane got killed, didn't see that coming that's crazy but I'd didn't like him much anyway.

A weeks in movies: Worlds End

 
  1. Gary King (Simon Pegg) is an immature 40-year-old who's dying to take another stab at an epic pub-crawl that he last attempted 20 years earlier. He drags his reluctant buddies back to their hometown and sets out for a night of heavy drinking. As they make their way toward their ultimate destination -- the fabled World's End pub -- Gary and his friends attempt to reconcile the past and present. However, the real struggle is for the future when their journey turns into a battle for mankind.
My opinion this film is quiet good I just never got the end bit. 
I didn't like how they where all angry threw it but I could put up with it.

A Week In Movies: We Still Kill The Old Way.


When retired East End villain Charlie Archer is murdered by a feral street gang, his brother Ritchie returns to London from Spain to investigate. 
 
My opinion is I liked this film it has some great older actors in it who I love anyway, the comedy was good from the older ones.
My only problem there was not enough torture it started but was over far too quick, I think they should have put a bit more in it.

A Week In Movies: How To Train Your Dragon 2

Five years have passed since Hiccup and Toothless united the dragons and Vikings of Berk. Now, they spend their time charting the island's unmapped territories. During one of their adventures, the pair discover a secret cave that houses hundreds of wild dragons -- and a mysterious dragon rider who turns out to be Hiccup's long-lost mother, Valka (Cate Blanchett). Hiccup and Toothless then find themselves at the center of a battle to protect Berk from a power-hungry warrior named Drago.

 

My opinion I loved this film just like I loved the first one. ☺ This one was sad because he lost his father but good because he gained his mother, he also becomes the Chief of the village which is so cool. Over all great film.

BOOK: If On a Winters Night a Traveller


If on a winter's night a traveller is a 1979 novel by the Italian postmodernist writer Italo Calvino. The narrative, in the form of a frame story, is about the reader trying to read a book called If on a winter's night a traveller. Each chapter is divided into two sections. The first section of each chapter is in second person, and describes the process the reader goes through to attempt to read the next chapter of the book he is reading. The second half is the first part of a new book that the reader ("you") finds. The second half is always about something different from the previous ones and the ending is never explained. The book was published in an English translation by William Weaver in 1981.
 
My personal opinion is: This book is driving me crazy I hate stuff that repeats it self and this book is doing it royally! 
I can only read a few pages at a time because anymore and I would loose it with the book plus unless its just me I don't think it make sense none of it. But I am carrying on reading I am not one to give upon a book even if it does drive me crazy.

2: Getting to know you

Over the next couple of days we went for walks and you kissed me.
Afterwards you said that's interesting and I asked what's interesting you said the way I kissed you back for the rest of the day we spend kissing and exploring each other with our hands, lips and mouths.
Heaven can take me now!
I have been kisses by an angel. 
Your hands wandered over my breasts you tugged gently on my nipple it was heaven you kissed me like I was the only thing you wanted to taste.
You said you liked my noises every touch made me moan more I wanted you their and then on that bench beside the canal, you where such a peaceful man.
 

 

Should I stay or should I go??

I Need advice I want to move back home and I was hoping to get a transfer from work but the boss got in touch and said there where no sites in Cumbria so no transfer.

So know I have to decide if I move I risk unemployment but I will be closer to friends and family.
If I stay I will keep my 2 jobs but I won't be happy and it will be harder with the separation.

What do I do?
What would you do?

My Blogs Birthday

Sometime in January it will be the blogs 5th birthday 
(I'm not too sure when exactly).

I am very proud to have this blog even tho I don't have many follower's I get to publish my own stuff with no restriction, I'm not advertising anything, I don't want to sell you anything, and best of all I write this blog for pleasure,
 I don't make money off it like others do, I don't want to.

This is truly my guilty pleasure



E. E. Cummings


“I carry your heart with me 
(I carry it in my heart)
I am never without it 
(anywhere I go you go,my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling)
I fear no fate 
(for you are my fate, my sweet)
I want no world 
(for beautiful you are my world, my true)
and it's you are whatever a moon has always meant and whatever a sun will always sing is you, here is the deepest secret nobody knows
(here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud and the sky of the sky of a tree called life; which grows higher than the soul can hope or mind can hide)
and this is the wonder that's keeping the stars apart

I carry your heart 
(I carry it in my heart)” 
E.E. Cummings 

The Hand That Feeds You!

Hi every one so today when i finished work i was walking round town killing time till 9 (the library opens then) and i walk past this guy and he is sleeping rough n a shop door way.
I have to admit i don't like seeing stuff like that because i would love to house everyone and help them out as much as i can but i can't, anyway i stood to the side and just watched and waited for a few mins and not one person stopped, looked or even talked to him which i think is really nasty, but then i remember not everyone has a heart like me.

I love to help people if i have it they can have it, i would give someone my last heart beat if it would help them.
Seeing everyone walk past this person like he was invisible really hurt i don't know why.
I about turned and went in to the bakery and bought two sausage rolls (i don't like them personally) i walked over to the guy and nudged him a bit and told him they were for him.
He was very grateful and used his manners he was polite even tho i had just woke him up, they are still human.

I have always thought that giving money was wrong because i know some spend it on alcohol and drugs because i have seen it happen so i always buy them a sandwich, tea or coffee, bottle of water, sausage rolls.
There are many reasons why people become homeless and lately i have heard a few drink, drugs, family, abuse, violence, abandoned.

Do you do anything for homeless people?
What is your take on homeless people?

Living a Simple Life

Its the same every year when the New Year starts we all detox our bodies and de clutter the house but no body ever de clutters the mind.
Here's a few handy thing to help you along the way:
 
1: Know your priorities.
Minimalist is about making space for the stuff that matters.
Choose 3 - 6 things that are the most important to you.
 
2: Stop over committing.
Your time is precious!
Current commitments align with you priorities and which do you keep up out of obligations?
 
3: Get rid of Clutter.
Physical clutter has a negative impact on you stress levels.
De clutter!
 
4: Don't aim for 24/7 productivity.
Stop trying to fill everyday with something.
Allow your self two hours daily to recharge.
 
5: Tend your mind like a garden.
Your mental space deserves your attention too listen to it.
Practice mindfulness and give mediation a go too.
 
6: Buy Less!
Try to be a little more mindful of what you introduce in to you life.
Spend more on experiences than thing, it last longer.
 
7: Unsubscribe!
Information overload...Dilutes attention and energy.
Focus on a few favourite sources and unsubscribe from the rest.
 
8: Turn off the Notifications.
Social media and email keep us in constant distracted state by creating a false urgency.
Turn them off.
 
9: Single Task.
Multitasking  is a huge energy zapper and not very efficient.
Try one task at a time with a mini break ever hour.

BOOK: The Dwarves



The Dwarves by Markus Heitz
 
My personal opinion is: This book was great to start with by now I am half way threw it it is getting quiet boring dragging a bit, I have taken a break for a few weeks but I will start with I gin soon and hope it gets better.
 
For countless millennia, no man or beast has ever succeeded in breaching the stone gateway into Girdlegard. Until now . . .
Abandoned as a child, Tungdil the blacksmith is the only dwarf in a kingdom of men. But when he is sent out into the world to deliver a message and reacquaint himself with his people, the young foundling finds himself thrust into a battle for which he has not been trained. Not only his own safety, but the life of every man, woman and child in Girdlegard depends upon his ability to embrace his heritage.
Although he has many unanswered questions, Tungdil is certain of one thing: no matter where he was raised, he is a true dwarf.
And no one has ever questioned the courage of the Dwarves.
What's your first new year book?

1: The Meeting.

It was the first time I had ever saw you, you where just sat their as if the world never existed I smiled at you and you smiled back I never thought for a moment some one would ever be interested in me.
I have no fashion sense I am not thin and my hair was sticking out at the sides but I watched you over the top of my book our kept looking at me threw your hands, this went on for a couple of days until you worked up the courage to give me your number your name is Chris!
 
I waited a few days before texting you but waiting nearly killed me I wanted to know you, every part of you.
I text you and you didn't reply I was devastated did I wait too long, he's never interested in me I'm ugly, My hair sticks up and I wear stitched up jeans who would ever be interested in me!
I saw you that morning and text you again with my name this time you looked over at me and spoke you told me I could sit with you, I couldn't stop looking at you with them eyes, dreamy eyes that hold the gaze, like chocolate brown I could die I them eyes. I listened to you go on and on about war and religion I didn't care what you said I was just mesmerised by your eyes I did not fall in love with you I jumped head first in love with you.
I wanted you all of you, how could a six foot tall guy like you be interested in a small fat chick like me?

January 2015 Lady boner - Lee Pace

Pace was born in Chickasha, Oklahoma, the son of Charlotte (née Kloeckler), a schoolteacher, and James Roy Pace, an engineer. He has two siblings, a sister and a younger brother named William Pace. As a child, Pace spent several years in Saudi Arabia, where his father worked in the oil business; the family later moved to Houston, Texas. Pace attended Klein High School in Spring, Texas, a suburb of Houston. Pace temporarily quit high school to act at Houston's Alley Theatre before returning to graduate. At the Alley, he appeared in productions of The Spider's Web and The Greeks. In 1997, Pace was accepted by the Julliard School's Drama Division as a member of Group 30, While there, he acted in several plays, including Romeo and Juliet as Romeo, Richard III in the title role, and Julius Caesar as Cassius. He graduated from Julliard with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.








Pace first gained recognition for his role in the 2003 film Soldier's Girl, based on a real events, in which he played the central role of Calpernia Addams. Of the role, Pace has said "Not even my excellent training at Julliard prepared me for my first movie role, where I played a transsexual who falls in love with a military guy in Soldier's Girl. Here I was, this 6'3" 190-pound lanky kid from Chickasha, Oklahoma, not knowing how to begin being a woman. So I saw documentaries about transsexuals, I lost twenty-five pounds, and I put on prosthetic boobs and hips to become that character. There were times I'd look in the mirror and wonder, 'What am I doing to my life here? My dad is going to kill me!' But the reason I went into acting was to be able to play parts as complicated and important as this one. In playing a transsexual, I got the chance to help change people's perspective about other people, and that is a powerful thing. I'm playing a swashbuckling bandit in my next film, but I'll always be proud of Soldier's Girl".
Pace won a Gotham Award for Breakthrough Actor and was nominated for several other awards, including a Golden Globe Award, for his work in this film.
He starred in the film Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day and in Tarsem Singh's The Fall. The Fall was very well received amongst critics and where Lee starred in one of his most artistic roles. His next film was the movie Possession with Sarah Michelle Geller.
Pace also played supporting roles in The White Countess, Infamous, When in Rome and The Good Shepherd. In 2010, Pace appeared in the film Marmaduke, as Phil Winslow.
In 2012, Lee Pace starred as Garrett, the nomadic vampire, in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. Pace was admittedly aware of the reputation linked to the Twilight franchise, and revealed that he "went in to this a little like 'you know what you’re getting into, just do what you can. However, he enjoyed the experience and only had praise for the director Bill Condon Stephanie Meyer,

On April 30, 2011, it was announced that Pace had been cast as the king of the Mirkwood Elves, Thranduil, in Peter Jackson's film adaptation of The Hobbit. The announcement was made by Peter Jackson himself, who revealed on his Face book page that Pace had been his favourite for the part, ever since he saw his performance in The Fall. The character had previously been mentioned in Jackson's Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, and had previously been portrayed in The Hobbit, Pace spent four months filming in New Zealand, and called it a "fantastic experience." The character appeared in the prologue of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey released in December 2012, and had a larger role in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and in the last film of the series, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
On July 28, 2011, it was announced that Pace had been cast in Steven Spielberg's Lincoln, as the one-time New York City mayor Fernando Wood, an early Confederate supporter. He filmed all his scenes within a week, before he worked on The Hobbit, which made Spielberg the first Oscar-winning director for Pace to work with on a feature film. The events in the movie takes place in 1865, when Fernando Wood served in the House of Representatives. However, at the time, Wood was 53 years old, which is 20 years senior to Pace's age when he portrayed him. In a Q&A, Spielberg revealed that he decided to offer Pace the part, after he saw his performance in Ceremony. Of the experience of the film, Pace said that "it was a real pinnacle of what I've done as an actor."
Pace played the villain, Ronan the Accuser, in the 2014 Marvel Studios film Guardians of the Galaxy.