Hello and welcome to another Tasty Tuesday. Today for your epicurean pleasure we have a 14-bean soup, some watermelon, and a delicate salad.
Hello and welcome to Fiction Friday! Every Friday I will post some of my writing.
Here is this Friday’s:
Her arms pumped, carrying her really, because her legs felt like jelly. Her heart was a boomerang inside her chest. Sweat clung to her brow, dripping down her forehead and threatening her eyesight. Her backpack and her feet hitting the pavement was the only sound that gave her away. Her shirt clung to her back and stomach, sticky, annoying, itchy. She wished she could take it off, let her body breathe.
Thick, wet steps thudded behind her, and her pace nearly doubled because holy shit, there was more than one person following her. Nearly too late, did she vault over a gate, grab a flag pole, and swing herself on top of the closest roof. Darting between buildings and alleys was giving her pursuers an advantage. Continue reading Stone & Metal
Waitress is actually a pretty good movie, despite my early reservations about it. Keri Russell and Nathan Fillion have great chemistry together, enhancing the comedy. The movie takes surprising turns that lead you with your mouth hanging open and face scrunched up. Cheryl Hines and Adrienne Shelly play her friends, and their witty and quirky jokes are leg-slapping funny! As funny as the movie was though the ending was a let down.
On Rotten Tomatoes Waitress has a 7.3/10 rating by critics and a 3.4/5 rating from its audience. I agree with the audience and would also give Waitress a 3.4/5 rating. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes witty comedy with unsuspecting turns.