You Can’t Handle The Blogging Truth!

The reason why people blog as l have found out in the last 7 Years going from blogger to WordPress is a number of reasons, boredom, illness or wanting to share.
Mine was all three needing to do something while my mother was ill and drying and wanting to share my knowledge with other people – who are now my fellow bloggers and like you my friend/friends.
You posts are story and l know more about you by what you write, what l read and what l now understand than ever before.
Thanks for sharing you have a nice weekend and may your life be filled with all the good things 🌟🎂🍷👸🌹and of course not forgetting 🍫
Like this post is #Donnamazing as always. Ian X with ❤️


1halloween40October conjures images of:
Fall leaves, crisp nights…
pumpkins and pumpkin spice…
Halloween, candy, black cats…
sexy Hunger Games costumes, yeah, I’ve stopped asking why at this point…

Apparently, scary is definitely different for different people.

For some scary is:
The dark – where all the known and unknown creep.
Horror movies that make people hide their eyes, but have to peak.
The price of groceries or hydro (both terrifying).
Trying on bathing suits (could turn your hair white).
Dating, parenting, love…
Loss of those we love.
Christmas or any holidays with in-laws.
Elections, wars, politicians.
Loss of cellphone reception (The horror! The horror!).
Running out of chocolate (now that’s horror!).
Liars, vampires, aliens, monsters, sparkly vampires, zombies…


I started blogging to relax, reignite my love of writing, and to be rich/famous (not necessarily in that order) – 555 posts later, well, two out of three ain’t…

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‘ Egyptian classical, short films to screen at Arab Film Festival in US ‘

#AceMediaNews – Oct.16: Egyptian feature and short films will be screened in the Arab Film Festival to be held in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego, California from Friday until Nov. 25.

Four Egyptian short films (“Helwan…Moi,” “Omnia,” “Le Suis le Peuple,” and “Diaries of a Flying Dog”) will be displayed several times during the festival.

“Aymmna al-Helwa,” classic movie starring the late actors Omar al-Sharif and Faten Hamama, will be also screened, according to the festival official website.

“Helwan …Moi,” a short film, documents how a city, southern Cairo, was devolved into a slum after once being an aristocratic areas for the Pashas. The film shows a man, the producer, whowants to escape from the fear and fighting.

The film depicts the hero’s “truth of Egypt from his personal perspective through Helwan,” producer Mohamed Adel El Safty told The Cairo Post Thursday

“My film depicts a reality in Egypt where many areas, particularity in Cairo and Giza, changed into slums,” he said.

The film will be screened Oct. 18 at Embarcadero Center Cinema, Oct. 24 at Shattuck Cinemas, and finally on Nov. 15 at Harmony Gold of San Francisco, he continued.

“Helwan …Moi” had previously been screened in the U.S.; it was displayed in December at the Parez Lorentz International Film Festival and in February at ht ecinema club of Videology in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, he said.

Twenty six countries are participating in the Arab Film Festival with 20 feature films and 27 short films.

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