I don’t know if any of you watch The Vampire Diaries, but I’ve been a die hard fan from the start, and last night marked the series finale. True to the way TVD always has been the episode sent us on a whirlwind of emotions right up until the end. I cried, I smiled, I cried more.
Cut for spoilers. If you haven’t seen the finale and don’t want spoilers don’t read more.
Friday I took a girls afternoon with my sister & sister in law.. Shopping, lunch, and impromptu movie date. We had time to kill and Bad Moms was playing, so why not? Like many other moms we had seen the preview and knew we had to see it. The previews didn’t let us down. This movie was everything we needed, and more.
Bad Moms is a great movie that reminds us all that there’s no such thing as the perfect mother.That loving your children is much more important than what you bring to the bake sale. That you never know what anyone else is going through, even though we all keep that perfect outward appearance. It’s about finding mom-friendships in the oddest places with the least likely person. It’s about finding yourself in the chaos of motherhood.
If you are a mother you need to see this movie. It will make you laugh, you will connect with it and it will hit you right in the feels. Grab your mom-tourage and some tissues and head out to see Bad Moms at your local theater! You won’t be disappointed!
Bad Moms comes out on Blu Ray November 1st, you can pre-order Bad Moms [Blu-ray] right now on Amazon! You can also get your Bad Mom party on with the CD, available from amazon.
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Have you seen Bad Moms?
How did you like it?
Let me and my readers know in the comments below !
After watching Pitch Perfect for probably the 100th time with my 14 year old I finally decided to introduce him to The Breakfast Club movie. Of course some of the concept was a bit hard for him to get since cliques like that aren’t part of his school experience. These days it seems like many schools have freaks, geeks and prom queens all being friends with each other. A scene right out of the twilight zone for us 80s & 90s teens.
Today’s Music Monday choice is, of course, Don’t You Forget About Me set to scenes from The Breakfast Club!
I forgot how much I adored the “Brat Pack” I see more of their movies in the near future.
You can get Pitch Perfect 1 & 2 in a double pack on Amazon.ca & Amazon.com
You can also get The Breakfast Club on Amazon.ca & Amazon.com also check out this amazing compilation of John Hughes movies (available in both Canada & US)
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I may be binge watching Friends on netflix right now…
Hello teen-young adult years
Fall in love with Friends all over again, get the complete series on Amazon.ca / Amazon.com. If you use this affiliate link I could get a small commission.
I watched Friends religiously when I was younger. I fell in love with all the characters (though I always had the softest spot for Chandler!) The show is everything I remember, and move!
Yes, I’m still binge watching That 70’s show on Netflix, and I’m still riding the Jackie/Hyde ship (I never really got off, I just forgot how much I loved them!)
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Today’s Music Monday features some of the best Jackie/Hyde moments to “The Right Kind Of Wrong” (Leann Rimes)