Disney’s The Lion King was my childhood ever since it was first released in 1994, and this year’s remake is a near-perfect tribute in just about every way. I said to Mom and McKenna, “This hits me in the childhood”, and it couldn’t be more true. The CGI animals combined with the breathtaking live-action shotsContinue reading “A Movie Review By Cole Thrush: The Lion King, 2019”
Over the last weekend, McKenna and I went to see the latest and last in the Toy Story franchise at our local theater, and what I will say is, Pixar has done it yet again! As this is a spoiler-free review, major plot details will not be shared here, just what is needed to expressContinue reading “A Movie Review by Cole: Toy Story 4 (Spoiler-Free)”
Captain Marvel. What is one word I can use to describe this film? The word “impressive” comes to mind. The visuals, the story, characters, all are impressive. The character of Captain Marvel is the newest and perhaps most powerful addition to the Avengers, and her story is one of the most unique. Let’s start withContinue reading “A Movie Review by Cole: Captain Marvel”
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SPOILERS AHEAD!! Oh boy, where do I start with this one? For starters, I have been anticipating this film for a long time as have all Marvel fans around the world, and it not only met my expectations, it exceeded them! This movie finishes an 11-year-long journey that began in 2008 with Iron Man; howContinue reading “A Movie Review By Cole- Avengers: Endgame (spoiler alert)”
Cole’s video about the myth surrounding food aversion. “Why don’t you just try it?” “Didn’t your parents make you eat different foods?” “If your parents made you eat different foods you wouldn’t be so picky!”….NOT TRUE…check out the video to see why.
I am not a parent but I can only imagine the emotions – the stress, guilt, and plethora of things that a parent goes through having a child like me, a child with a disability, with serious health issues. Not only did I have orthopedic issues with my CP, I had eye issues, tons ofContinue reading “Reflecting with Gratefulness”