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Kristin Billerbeck
Silicon Valley
Author of Chick Lit & Women's Fiction Wife of One, Mother of Four
Interests: music, literature, learning, current events, writing, soccer, books, psychology, politics, culture, pop culture, publishing, great shoes, everything! fashion, other people's point of view
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So here's the thing. I stopped watching "American Idol" years ago because I thought they made fun of the mentally ill. And that was no okay with me, and I didn't want any part in it. So I nixed it.... Continue reading
I’m going to watch the Dickens one Tomorrow. Sent from my iPhone
That is so funny! The theater makes bad movies better I think. Sent from my iPhone
If he truly is a narcissist, their wife is secondary supply. They keep the wife to look good, but the primary narc supply comes from outside sources like colleagues and women they flirt with. He’s truly worse than Juan Pablo. Becca dodged a huge bullet. I hope Lauren wakes up, but she seems caught in the web, convinced SHE can love him right. Sigh. Sent from my iPhone
Stick with that. I went by myself and when I saw the stupid “Glee” opening number, I almost walked out. I should have. I can’t believe it won as I’d never watch it again. But it’s the only Oscar winner I’ve seen in years. Movies are terrible and preachy anymore. What happened to “Casablanca?” Tell is a story. Entertain. Stop preaching at us. Although I might see this year’s winner. But the style looks so dark, I think it would bother me visually. Sent from my iPhone
My bff and I go see super artsy films and then the ridiculous. We loved “Peter Rabbit.” Sent from my iPhone
Oh my goodness really? I loved Mary Poppins. Second behind Willy Wonka and before The Apple Dumpling Gang. Sent from my iPhone
It was almost scary watching his extreme lack of empathy. I really fear for Lauren's future and I'm glad her dad is probably armed. LOL When he said it didn't matter what his haters said because they were happy and that's all that mattered? I thought, who in the world told him it was okay to think like that? That if you're happy and destroy people in the process, it's all good. I didn't even think he was attractive by the end. I just thought he reminded me of Lurch on the Addams Family.
There's a new trailer that shows, pretty much nothing. But a new movie is coming out about the Banks' children all grown up. And it's a period drama. And Colin Firth is in it. You're welcome. I just rewatched Saving... Continue reading
Which would be Becca. LOL Sent from my iPhone
As a mom of four, I hate when the mom takes the blame for every stupid thing their kids do. However, I really think that Arie's parents talked him into Becca. It was clear his emotions and feelings were for... Continue reading
I was going to blog on it but I was so busy today. I’ll do it tomorrow after tonight’s. The short answer is I blame his parents. He’s obviously wishy washy and they talked him into Becca. Sent from my iPhone
That is wonderful! This one sounds so good! Thanks for playing! Sent from my iPhone
It’s really interesting, isn’t it? Sent from my iPhone
Thanks for coming! Sent from my iPhone
I’m so glad Linda. Thank you for participating! Sent from my iPhone
Welcome to the Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! If you've just discovered the hunt, be sure to start at Stop #1 and collect the clues through all 30 stops, in order, so you can enter to win one of our top... Continue reading
That’s so cool!! Sent from my iPhone
Thanks Karen. I tried to write it too. My host won’t let me change font colors. Sent from my iPhone
I’m so glad!! ❤️ Sent from my iPhone
Thank you for participating! Sent from my iPhone
Thanks Julie, you too. We appreciate you taking part! Sent from my iPhone
Thanks Caryl, good luck!! ❤️ Sent from my iPhone
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