It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
I’m sure you’re probably aware that those are lyrics from a popular holiday song of the same name, and while I agree that it can be the most wonderful time of the year because of the joys I experience during the holidays, it can also be one of the most difficult times of the year for me, too.
Not because I get depressed over the holidays or anything, but it seems as if the shorter days, lack of sunlight, and the colder weather always zap me of most of my energy, motivation, and creativity. When I get home from work in the evening, I usually want nothing more than to relax on my recliner with a cup of hot chocolate, a blanket, my kitty cat on my lap, and a good book or movie. Continue reading →
It was my intention to publish this state post last Saturday, which was during the week of Katharine Hepburn’s 104th birthday, but I wasn’t able to get it done in time. So although I’m a bit late, this week’s post is in honor of Katharine’s birthday and will highlight movie stars from her home state of Connecticut. To add a little something different, this week I decided to also list my personal favorite from the filmography of each actor.
A few of the actors and actresses from the state of Connecticut are:
Born: May 12, 1907 in Hartford, CT
Died: June 29, 2003 (age 96)
Known for the Movies: Morning Glory, Little Women, Bringing Up Baby, The Philadelphia Story, Adam’s Rib, The African Queen, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (Wow, looking at her filmography, I could have gone on and on with this list, but these are just a few of the highlights.)
My Favorite Katharine Hepburn Movie: The Philadelphia Story Continue reading →