The Pit of Despair

FADE IN:

int. pit of despair – montage – music

Beatrice, 22, lays at the bottom of a pit while her life plays out above her. 

The pit of despair looks like a rock cavern with jagged rocks. Sometimes the rocks are solid but they can easily disintegrate.  However there are different levels.  Beatrice is at the very bottom. There would be an echo.  at the very top there is a circular opening – there is light and you can see the outside world.  this is a montage of beatrice’s daily life unfolding at the top.  sometimes she tries to climb out but the rock crumbles and she falls back to the bottom.

Beatrice’s life consists of her boyfriend, grayson, classes and her off-campus apartment and her job at a coffee shop.  The various scenes of her life – play out in the opening of the pit.  sometimes people lean over the pit and talk directly to her and she answers.  we also see beatrice’s reflection in mirrors – which shows what everyone else sees – which is a functioning adult. she does not look like she is living in a pit of despair from the outside. she is an english major at a university in her second year. 

the montage is underscored by music that perfectly encapsulates the feeling of looking alright but not really.

the montage ends with a close up of beatrice’s looking in a bathroom mirror and a single tear falling down her cheek leading into the bottom of the pit.

TRANSITION

int. bedroom – Morning

A couple in bed.  One side of the bed looks ‘normal’ – a bed with a duvet and Grayson laying in bed – asleep. Grayson wakes up naturally with a smile.  he Stretches and yawns and is all around good spirited.  He looks beside him with a bit of concern but he is used to this. The other side of the bed is the ‘pit of despair’.  Beatrice lays at the bottom with her eyes are open – she has been awake all night.  There are tears that have dried and she looks stressed out.  there is an echo when beatrice speaks.  grayson does not see the pit – he just sees beatrice.

grayson

Morning.

beatrice

Is it morning already?

grayson

Yeah, its 7am.

beatrice

You slept well.

grayson

Sure did.  You should try it.

Beatrice is hurt by grayson’s lack of compassion.

beatrice

Ok.

grayson

Are you ok?

beatrice

Not really.

grayson

Are you going to class today?

beatrice

I don’t know how. 

grayson

Can’t you just try to choose to be happy?

beatrice

I’ve tried.  You know this.

grayson

I know I don’t want to upset you more but did you read that book on law of attraction I got you?

beatrice

Been reading it all night and am anxious as fuck now that I know I’m completely doomed to keep law of attracting despair in an endless loop that never, ever ends.

grayson

You didn’t read it right.  You’re supposed to see that you really do choose every experience that comes to you with how you feel.

Beatrice

Oh right.

Suddenly an anvil falls on Grayson’s head (like a cartoon). 1 falls unconscious.  Little bird sound effect to indicate unconscious. 

grayson

What the heck just happened?

beatrice

I’m don’t know. Why did you choose that?

grayson

I didn’t choose that.  Something fell and hit me square on the forehead.

beatrice

Well, you choose every experience so – shouldn’t you be like really thankful that you’re manifestations happen so quickly.

grayson

That’s not what I meant. Ow.

beatrice

Pain is just an illusion.  Just be aware of it.  Witness it. Come into the Power of Now.

Another anvil falls – on grayson’s foot And grayson falls into the pit of despair.  he lands on a level.  beatrice is below him.

grayson

Are you doing this?

beatrice

From down here? 

grayson

Stop. 

beatrice

Stop playing the victim role. 

grayson

Why does this keep happening to me?

beatrice

You really need to start telling a new story. Everything you see and experience is just a reflection of you.

grayson tries to get up loses his balance and falls into the pit with beatrice.

grayson

Ah!

grayson makes a pathetic noise.

beatrice  

Wow you must be off balance in y our life in general to have fallen down here with me.  You also must have some trauma related to heavy objects falling from the sky.  

grayson

I can’t stay down here.  I need to get out.

grayson TRIES TO CLIMB OUT BUT THE rock crumbles and he falls to beatrice’s level of the pit of despair. 

beatrice

That’s just your ego talking.  Ego is the enemy. 

grayson

Oh no this is really awful.

beatrice

Anger and judgements are inferior emotions. There is never anyone to blame but yourself.

grayson

I can’t believe I let this happen again. I was just trying to help you. 

beatrice

Why haven’t you learned to see the world through such a limited lens?  We are after all living in the matrix.

grayson

You can stop. I get it.  I can see now how this book isn’t all that helpful from down here.

beatrice

You were just trying to help.

grayson

You can only be where you are.

beatrice

At least I’m not alone anymore.  We can try to help each other out of here.

the pit opens up a bit – becomes a bit less claustraphobic.

grayson

The only way out is through.

fade out.

the end


I wrote the above thinking I would submit it to this contest or whatever. But the contest you couldn’t just upload what you wrote you had answer all these questions that I may or may not ever answer. I’m just starting to let myself write. Inspiration is great and everything. Obviously I would prefer to be a hopeful the for the most part but when you hit bottom – the inner critic makes a convincing argument that the reason you are in the pit of despair is because you dared to feel the good feeling – the hope, the excitement, inspired. Also the above was formatted correctly but copy and pasting into this did not go well so…this is me trying not to apologize for anything.

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Random thoughts where I’m at

I’m here because I want to be the most healed person ever.  I am aware this thought is coming from an ego place – ‘the most’ – healing isn’t a competition – but fuck if it was I would want to win at it please.  My intention is to heal all my emotional trauma.  My intention is also to be my authentic self.  My intention is also create beauty.  Figure out a way to create that doesn’t involve the ego.  Or if does involve the ego – it’s somehow in a good way.  I dunno.  I intend to be inspired to make stuff. 

I’m at that point in again where I know I need to create. But am blocked.

See I get glimpses of ideas but then can’t get it on the page.  Like that image was cool and would love to figure out how to put it into words. 

I wrote this.

A tear falls down the face of a 38 year old woman.  The tears they fall down her cheek.   She reaches for her journal and a pen.  The tears fall from her chin to her hand as she sits frozen ready to write something anything if only the words would come to her.  She used to be creative.  Ideas, words, music would pour out of her uninhibited by anything.  But then the world got to her.  She began to listen to the criticism and then she took everything negative everyone ever said about her to heart.  She internalized every negative thing ever.  And now she is a shell of a person and thinks of killing herself every single day.   But how does one un-internatlize that shit?  If only there were some surgeries to remove all the emotional pain.  Maybe death is the only cure for this type of pain.   If this were a story with a happy ending then those tears would mix with the ink and become something beautiful and that beautiful something would touch other souls and help heal those other souls.  But for some reason this story won’t do what the writer wants it to do.  The story is stalled and has no idea where it’s supposed to go and it does not trust it’s creator to get it to the beauty part of the equation.  And so the story struggles.  The story repeats itself -endlessly and never gets to the point.  Cause maybe that isn’t really the point.  The story hurts itself.  The story is a thing.

The negativity that I’ve internalized over my lifetime has become a monster that I call my inner critic. It is trying to kill me. I haven’t let it yet and trust me it’s made its intentions known.

Tomorrow I’m doing a past life regression. Going to see if some of the internalized trauma is from a past life or something. Cause my rational brain thinks there’s no way all this pain could be from this lifetime. I want to heal for those past versions of myself. I want them to be good too. I want to be good.

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Poem: Nobody’s Idol, by Alexandra Lean

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I GO FROM NOBODY TO SOMEBODY
TO SOMETHING TO DIE FOR KICK IN THE DOOR,
HERE COMES THE PREDATOR, YOU HEARD ME ROAR,
IT’S THE LION WANTING MORE OF AN ENCORE, ENCORE
SOMEONE’S GOTTA DIE ON THE ROAD TO RICHES
OR DIE TRYIN’ IN AMERICAN STITCHES
IF I SHOULD DIE BEFORE I SELF DESTRUCT
DISORDERLY CONDUCT, WILL ERUPT
DEATH AROUND THE CORNER THE CROWD WILL BE THE MOURNER
I REPORT I’M HYPNOTIZED, DESENSITIZED
CAUSE I TAKE BREATH AFTER BREATH
UNTIL I REALIZE THAT LIFE AFTER DEATH IS LIKE
LATE REGISTRATION FOR ADMIRATION FROM A NATION
OF COLLEGE DROP-OUTS WITH NO DIRECTION
BUT MY DEBT TO SOCIETY IS PAID IN FULL
IN A GREATEST HITS COLLECTION,
MY COMMON RESURRECTION
LIKE GLORIA GAYNOR IT WILL SURVIVE
BY ALL MEANS NECESSARY WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE
I’M READY TO DIE YEAH I’M GONNA DIE

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Article Writing Samples

This post is for you CBR. The first article I wrote as part of a course I took at George Brown College. The second article I wrote was a review that I wrote under the pseudonym, Rebecca Lillian. I chose to write under a pseudonym in case I hated it and the creators came after me – which is how I felt when people wrote bad things about stuff I did. Are you impressed yet?

Article 1

Candy Crossbones:

Riding a wave of awesome

By Alexandra Lean

Through wind, snow, sleet and rain, Candy Crossbones leads her team – CN Power, to a swift and mighty victory against the Killamazoo Derby Darlins. CN Power is comprised of the twenty toughest players in Toronto Roller Derby (ToRD).  The all-star team.  Ms. Crossbones, a.k.a. Saira Peesker, speeds past the crowd in a mess of hot pink and hot pants. A black star on her helmet ordains her: jammer.  In order to score points Candy must skate through the pack and complete as many laps as possible.  Each stride is made with the power of her tough, competitive focus.  She has her eyes on the prize.   CN Power dominates the game: 197-35.  Candy Crossbones literally skates circles around the other team – 197 times to be exact.

Off the rink, her sharp features soften.  She wears make-up and her blonde hair is straight and layered.  She smiles and seems more approachable and open to conversing with just about anyone.  This is a good thing because everyone wants to talk to her about the win.

“So much of success in rollerderby is working together,” she said. “We’re underdogs trying to make good this year, I think this is our year.” 

Saira is an active part of the rollerderby community and co-captain of another team Chicks Ahoy.  With two team practice schedules, typically meeting three times a week she has the rest of her days to fill with the a busy reporter lifestyle.   She has worked for CTV and CP24 and currently writes for the blog, The Torontoist.   

Saira played a lot of sports growing up.  It seems her journey to roller derby was an inevitable one.  Saira always had a willingness to hurt people and get hurt without taking it too seriously. 

“I tore three ligaments in my knee… I was like, I guess I should go see a doctor,” says Saira.

“Why not (roller derby)?” Saira’s responds with a fire in her belly that screams of her passion for the sport.  “Plus when do girls get to be super aggressive…There is an attitude in certain circles that think girls shouldn’t be like that and I say, ‘fuck those circles’ it’s sort of nice to be in a circle that values that.”

The future looks bright for Saira Peesker, Candy Crossbones and her league of extraordinary roller derby clan.   “I’d love roller derby to be part of the Pan-Am games. Wouldn’t it be amazing?”  But first Candy Crossbones and her team CN Power are looking forward to December when Toronto hosts the Roller Derby World Cup.  When asked about how she feels about being among the best players in the world to complete she replies: “awesome…it’s like riding a wave of awesome”.

Article 2

Coma, an undead family drama

Rebecca Lillian

It’s Halloween weekend.  It is a time for all kinds of undead stories. The play, Coma, is a good choice if you are: a) fed up with the usual ghoulish undead type of stories (ghosts, vampires, zombies, etc.) and b) are looking for something a little less horror and a little more family drama.  Coma is a good drama about serious issues.

I typically don’t do dramas.  Drama’s can be relentlessly boring. However, in this case, the characters and story were endlessly interesting.  The premise: a mother, Nana (Lorraine Klaasen) trapped between life and death. She is unable to communicate with her children. The relationship between siblings Ifueko (Bridget Ogundipe) and Osasu (Wale Ojo) developed nicely and to me it is what brought life to the play. The siblings navigate between right and wrong and family secrets are exposed.

Ifueko, (Bridget Ogundipe) is the daughter who has been taking care of Nana (Lorraine Klaasen) despite how unfairly she has been treated by the Nana, who she calls mother.  Nana’s son, Osasu (Wale Ojo), who has been living in Canada with his new family, fly’s into town for the weekend to pray away his mother’s condition.  When Nana doesn’t wake up because Osasu prayed it to be so he concludes that she wants to die. And so the debates between brother and sister about God, life and death continue until family secrets are exposed.

There are moments that sometimes feel like a dramatized essay on the moral dilemma of the play. It felt slow at times but then again it’s a drama. I was pleased that even though it was serious subject matter there were some comedic moments.   It is set in a hospital room and there is a white curtain that Nana walks behind singing, praying and lamenting. 

There was a lot of singing.  I mean, I get it when you have a cast of talented singers you make ‘em sing even if some of the song feel out of place and disconnected. It’s just one of those glorious theatre moments that make an audience member keenly aware that they are watching a play.

Overall, Coma is a good pick if you like drama.

 


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My winter and spring in stories

The first half of 2021 told in the books, tv shows and movies I consumed.

Books

One of Us Is Next (One of Us Is Lying, #2)
Good for one of these kinds of books
Such a Fun Age
Felt things.
A Very Punchable Face
Funny.
Decoding Your Cat: The Ultimate Experts Explain Common Cat Behaviors and Reveal How to Prevent or Change Unwanted Ones
Interesting but stuf I pretty much knew but needed to check.
Two Can Keep a Secret
Think I like this one better than first.
The Cuckoo's Calling (Cormoran Strike, #1)
Amuzing tone
Under the Never Sky (Under the Never Sky, #1)
I like this one gotta get to the rest of the series
The Lion in the Living Room: How House Cats Tamed Us and Took Over the World
Interesting stuff that I did not know about origins of cats and stuff.
A Promised Land
Interesting. I’ve never read a book by a president. Feel smart for reading it all the way through.
Educated
Sad
Panic (Panic, #1)
Ok. Didn’t know tv show was onits way. Only read it cause liked Delirium.
The Goose Girl (The Books of Bayern, #1)
Nice.
Go Ask Alice
Sad.
Nothing Like I Imagined (Except For Sometimes)
Funny.
The Master and Margarita
I liked it but not sure I’m smart enough to get it.
Anxious People
I really loved this book. Very funny and clever.
A Natural History of Dragons (The Memoirs of Lady Trent, #1)
I enjoyed this book. It was sweet. It felt like a play.
What Happened To You?: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing
The Chakra System: A Complete Course in Self-Diagnosis and Healing
The Vanishing Half
Great.
Eragon (The Inheritance Cycle, #1)
Surprising that I liked it.
Uglies (Uglies, #1)
I loved this series and can’t wait to see it when they make a tv series of it. Just want to see how the characters look in comparison to how I imagine them looking.
Pretties (Uglies, #2)
Specials (Uglies, #3)
Wintergirls
Sad.
Red Queen (Red Queen, #1)
Exciting.
Anna and the French Kiss (Anna and the French Kiss, #1)
I hated the prince charming of it all. Spoiler alert but as soon as he knew he had feelings for someone else he should’ve broken up with his girlfriend. Anna deserved better. But they are teenagers so I guess they can be forgiven.

TV Series

Schitt's Creek
Adored this show. I was so mad when it ended – like unreasonably upset when it was over.
Bridgerton
Captivating.
The Walking Dead
Ted Lasso
Love.
The Stand
Medium
Pure
I can relate to intrusive thoughts. Gave good understanding of what its like. Its nice to see someone else go through something similar makes me feel less bad about the whole thing.
Surviving Death
Made for Love
Cute.
Your Honor
Supernatural
Couldn’t make it to the end – yet. Made it to 9th season and there was still like 11 more. I’m on a break from it.
The Bachelor
He’s hot.
The Leftovers
Messed up.
Prodigal Son
Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil
Love her.
The Lost Pirate Kingdom
Shadow and Bone
Phew now I don’t have to read the books.
Earth at Night in Color
The meercats are funny in the ‘how they made episode’ using camera people as trees for shade from sunlight.
Cruel Summer
Good. I like the shows produced by Jessica Biel and company – always a twist.
Young Sheldon
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist
Uplifting. Sad it’s not getting another season.
9-1-1
9-1-1: Lone Star
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers
Cute.
Younger
Nice ending for characters I love. Can’t wait to see what’s next for creator of show.
Everything's Gonna Be Okay
Love how quirky the series is
Punky Brewster
Cute
Marvel's M.O.D.O.K.
Yes!
Resident Alien
Fun. Love comedies with aliens.
Sweet Tooth
Cute.
Domina
Hope we get more series about historical women in history.
Pose
Sad.
Trickster
Ragnarok
The Handmaid's Tale
Zero
Why Are You Like This?
Big Sky
This Is Us
Them
Fucked up.
The End of the F***ing World
Girls5eva
Of course it was funny and clever and cute.
We Are Lady Parts
Love.
Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet
Law & Order
The Golden Girls

TV Mini-Series

WandaVision
So good. Deserves re-watch.
11.22.63
Like time travel that doesn’t feel so science fiction-y
Watchmen
Wow
It's a Sin
Eye opening.
Murder Among the Mormons
Unabomber: In His Own Words
The Keepers
Dynasties
Allen v. Farrow
The Act
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
Mare of Easttown
Framing Britney Spears
Feel for her. Hope the saying ‘this too shall pass’ applies to her unfortunate situation.

Movies

Promising Young Woman
Loved this film.
Guns Akimbo
Really violent in a gory kinda way but fun.
Beautiful Boy
Sad
The Boys in the Band
I miss theatre
Blinded by the Light
Over the Moon
Judy
The Lost Husband
Fantasy Island
Rise of the Guardians
An American Pickle
The United States vs. Billie Holiday
Selma
The Vow
The Duchess
Breaking News in Yuba County
Nine Months
Watched on Valentines Day – so funny
Judas and the Black Messiah
Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Brightburn
Pieces of a Woman
On the Rocks
Kid 90
Tammy
The Kitchen
Finding 'Ohana
Thoroughbreds
Remember Me
Joe Versus the Volcano
Forgot how strange this movie was. I remember really loving this movie as a kid.
To All the Boys: Always and Forever
Adventureland
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
I Care a Lot
The main characters are so awful – despicable.
The Secret of My Success
Tangled
Greenland
Singles
Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry
Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar
The Rhythm Section
Moxie
Coming 2 America
Lucy in the Sky
Spies in Disguise
Raya and the Last Dragon
Christine
A Hologram for the King
Operation Varsity Blues
Yes Day
Oblivion
Happy Death Day 2U
Love the time loop thing
Ma
It Happened One Night
Thunder Force
The Midnight Sky
The Beguiled
Little Italy
Taken
Taken 2
Wolfwalkers
I loved this
Baby Boom
A Glitch in the Matrix
Mortal Kombat
Mame
Young Bea Arthur was a shock
In the Line of Fire
Love this movie
My Cousin Vinny
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Robin Hood
The Great Mouse Detective
Happily Ever After
Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland
The Ultimate Marvel Cinematic Universe Timeline Of Every Scene In Every  Movie In Chronological Order - BroBible
Rewatched whole series of films including Infinity War and Endgame (although no pictured). Imagine I’ll be doing this every so often. Skipped Guardians 2 and Antman and Wasp – might go back
Killing Hasselhoff
French Exit
ok was interested in idea of talking cat – not what I thought
Cruella
In the Heights
The Last Black Man in San Francisco
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It’s been a year…

It’s been a year since the world shut down and I haven’t done much of anything. I haven’t written much and so I am attempting to get back in the habit by blogging about all the media I’ve consumed (at the behest of my mother). I doubt I’ll have to say anything new or original or different then anyone else who have seen the things I’ve seen but whatever. This will probably be filled with grammatical errors just because. K I did that last one on purpose – think my spelling should ok unless its one of those words like dual/duel. effect/affect – get those mixed up due to the touch of the dyslexia.

Where do I begin? Oh hey it’s St. Patty’s Day. Random obvious statements may happen on occasion.

TV

There is a website I frequent called episode ninja and it has lists of the best and worst episodes which is how I’ve been able to dabble in various shows that I may not have given much attention to before. For example I’ve watched a couple episodes of the 2005 series Medium. I should mention that my favorite genre is fantasy – or anything with even a touch of a supernatual element – I’m in. Medium is one of those shows that I wanted to watch but never had time for in the past. I have to say out of all the series I’ve seen this one is pretty grounded and not as ham-handed as a show like Ghost Whisperer. Isn’t so dumb that it’s 2021 and I’m talking about shows from the early 2000s.

Medium (TV Series 2005–2011) - IMDb
10 Reasons Why You Should Watch Supernatural | The Nerd Daily

I have committed to watching the whole Supernatural series and am currently on season 9. I’ve noticed the ‘high concept’ shows are listed as ‘worst’ episodes. By ‘high concept’ I mean like when Dean went back in time to the 40s or that Ghostfacers episode. They also usually put the ones with a more comedic tone under ‘worst’. I tend to like those episodes best. Anything with monsters and that makes me laugh is good. My favorite character is Castiel. He was so funny when he first showed up and was trying be all human. This character is an angel. I do tend to get Sam and Dean mixed up because I was a big Gilmore Girls fan and so Sam used to be a Dean but not the Dean I’m talking about in Supernatural. I do think Dean and his casual sexism can be cringeworthy whilst watching from a 2021 perspective. Maybe as the seasons progress the character will change with the times – become less demeaning towards woman.

MOVIES

Brightburn (2019) - IMDb

I recently watched the movie Brightburn. It’s an origin story of a supervillain. It was good and I wondered if there was going to be more for this world. I suppose if this were a real, in-depth type of blog (as opposed to something to get me to start writing again) I’d actually do some research. I googled the writers and saw that they have a new series upcoming called Jupiter’s Legacy which seems to be about super-powered children so perhaps it’ll be connected to the movie. I’m so used to the Marvel cinematic universe that I sort of expect that from superhero stuff these days.

I guess that’s all she’ll write for today. Until next time.

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63 Books I’ve Read so far

Just in case you were wondering what books I’ve been reading in 2020. Organized more or less in order from the first book to the latest book.

The Phantom Tollbooth
The Path Made Clear: Discovering Your Life's Direction and Purpose
Billy and the Minpins
Geek Love
I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness
Open Heart
How to Be an Antiracist
Fangirl
Night  (The Night Trilogy, #1)
Neuromancer - Audiobook
Title details for The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill - Wait list
Their Eyes Were Watching God - Audiobook

How do I read:

https://toronto.overdrive.com/

https://www.audible.ca/

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Currently Watching

These are the TV shows I am making my way through:

The Walking Dead Poster
Season 9 episode 3 as of Oct 11th 2020
The Mindy Project
Season 4 Episode 24 as of Oct 11t 2020
The Boys
Season 2 Episode 7 – which means haven’t seen latest yet
Away
Ratched
I might give up on this one now that The Haunting is back tho – only watching cause of Halloween

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Recommendations

It’s 2020. All I’ve been doing is listening to audiobooks, watching movies and tv. To put it in perspective I have watched 260 feature films; 36 TV series; 20 TV Movies and 63 books. Here are my top 5. (I’m not including movies I have already seen a rewatched like Beetlejuice or Shazam or Endgame). I also don’t care to explain why I liked what I liked.

FEATURE FILM

Little Monsters Poster
I thought this movie was delightful.
City of God Poster
Stage Mother Poster
What Happened to Monday Poster
Ponyo Poster

DOCUMENTARY

Let me explain – I would never choose a documentary over a fictional land and so therefore documentaries need their own list.

Hail Satan?
It’s more about freedom of speech.
Fyre
WTF? Imagine if you worked there?
Tell Me Who I Am
God Knows Where I Am
This was really sad.
The Social Dilemma
We’re basically all screwed.

TV SERIES

Never Have I Ever Poster
The Great Poster
Modern Family Poster
Emily in Paris Poster
Raised by Wolves Poster

BOOKS

The whole Lunar Chronicles

TV MINI-SERIES

Defending Jacob
Little Fires EverywhereUnorthodoxMrs. AmericaWaco

TV MOVIES

The Color of Friendship Poster
Upside-Down Magic Poster
The Thirteenth Year Poster
A Deadly Adoption Poster
Twitches Poster

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#IMissLiveTheatreTO

These are my memories of being a participant in live theatre in Toronto. I do cherish these memories. They taught me a lot about myself. Theatre has taught me that I do love to connect with people. Theatre has taught me that I love parody. I love to laugh. I just love the experience of live theatre. I hope and pray once this whole pandemic thing is taken care of we can enjoy the thrills of live theatre again. Enjoy both being a participant in community theatre and the big flashy theatre too. #IMissLiveTheatreTO

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