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Director : Richard Curtis, Mat Whitecross.
Producer : Fiona Neilson.
Release : March 24, 2017
Country : United Kingdom.
Production Company : BBC Films, NBC Productions, Portobello Studios.
Language : English, Português.
Runtime : 15 min.
Genre : TV Movie, Comedy, Romance.

‘Red Nose Day Actually’ is a movie genre TV Movie, was released in March 24, 2017. Richard Curtis was directed this movie and starring by Hugh Grant. This movie tell story about Fourteen years after the events of the first film, a series of encounters between people in Britain reminds us that in these different times Love, actually exists.

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If You’re Going to Busy Yourself, Busy Yourself Well!

If You’re Going to Busy Yourself, Busy Yourself Well!

This post was inspired by a fellow blogger, but I think it’s safe to say this happens throughout life, no matter what it is you choose to busy yourself with.

I read on this particular gal’s beautiful blog that when she takes off with her family for a few days, she leaves her computer behind. She wisely doesn’t distract herself by commenting or tweeting or checking Facebook while she’s gone; she simply enjoys her family. When she returns, however, she’s completely overwhelmed with all the catch-up.

And by catch-up, she was referring to the aforementioned commenting, tweeting and Facebooking.

When I saw that, I sympathized with my fellow frazzled sister, but I also thought to myself, We choose this. This feeling of being overwhelmed by nonsense exists because we all get so wrapped up in the extras, don’t we?

There will always be things we need to do, of course:

  • paychecks aren’t handed out,
  • laundry doesn’t come clean,
  • children’s bellies aren’t filled,
  • and a house doesn’t remain in relatively decent shape without a show of effort on our part.

But let’s think of the other stuff.

The extracurriculars we sign ourselves and our children up for.

The favors we say yes to without much thought or reflection.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

The committees we join in a moment of excitement without considering the time involved and how we’ll feel when the newness wears off and those responsibilities begin to affect our time, our families, and our sanity.

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And let’s not forget the minutia we often say yes to—not because we truly feel connected to that event or project—but because we’re the willing go-to person for those who don’t feel like completing the tasks themselves. {Man, aren’t they great at delegating?!}

Of course, I’m not saying don’t contribute to your community or extend a helping hand to your family and friends.

Not at all. Service is very important.

What I’m saying is, for one, let’s not allow ourselves to be overwhelmed by silliness.

  • Would the world end if a gal doesn’t tweet her thoughts on a random blog post? I don’t think so.
  • Will the planet stop revolving if a child doesn’t start with guitar lessons by the age of 7? Pretty sure she’d still have a shot at a life of happiness despite that tragedy.
  • Would you still be considered a good mom if you chose not to volunteer for that committee at school? Almost certain the answer is yes.

Your time is important. Your sense of well-being is important. Focus on what needs to be done, what you love to do, and in that leftover time, how you can help others in a way that feels genuine.

And don’t get caught up in all the rest.

On that note, I did something recently that felt oh-so-genuine. I spent some with my friend Susan answering questions about my life as Mama. Do you know Susan? Well, you should. She’s a beautiful soul with a fun, fantastic, and fashionable blog called Ava Grace’s Closet, and she’s the author of a wonderful feature called Mama Monday.

Click on over and visit her and see what I said about staying home with your kiddos …

 

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All in Good Time

All in Good Time

My mom made me take organ lessons for 12 straight years.Focuz

Yes, the organ.

Yes, 12 straight years.

Well, maybe it was 8 … could’ve been six … but it sure as heck felt like 12.

I wanted to play the piano, but the woman loved a good Wurlitzer, so that’s what we went with. To this day, I have a quick and physical reaction to the first few chords of “I Just Called To Say I Love You” or “Gloria.”

So you’d think I would be very, very sensitive about NOT pushing my own agenda on my son, but that’s a line that I absolutely came close to crossing recently.

It was all about a bike.

He’d recently outgrown his toddler bike, and The Man and I thought it was time for him to try his hand at ditching the training wheels.

The Boy on The Bike

And The Boy seemed game, for the most part. Not overly enthused, but game.

We took him to a nearby school, raised the training wheels so he could get a feel for balancing, and set him free on the hardtop. So far so good.

10 minutes into it, he said he was ready to take the training wheels off. The Man lifted the bike into the back of his truck, removed the wheels with a few flicks of the wrist, and we headed for the grass.

We encouraged, cheered him on, told him there was no rush, and seriously, after maybe 45 seconds of his dad pushing him, The Boy yelled “Let go!” and took off, like he’d been riding all his life. We were overjoyed, and he was, too. Until he wasn’t. After a short while, he got off, and called it a day. Clearly his body was ready for this new milestone, but his heart just wasn’t into it.

Nothing inside him clicked into gear with an “Oh, man I had no idea what I was missing!”

Nope. He’d done what we’d asked him to do, and now he wanted to go home, and I couldn’t have been more deflated. We told him what a great job he’d done, and packed him up to head back, but I was bummed that he didn’t want to get right back on and ride.

He’s just not that kid at the moment, which is not to say that he never will be, and why I was having trouble with that, or putting pressure on him to take this next step, well, I just don’t know.

What I do know is he’s a boy who likes to walk barefoot through the neighboring field toting a backpack full of marbles and a stuffed blue dog. He likes to play “spy” with his friends and pretend he’s the real deal by flashing his secret service badge whenever he has the chance. And he’s convinced that some Hollywood director will call him after seeing his cool kitchen dance moves and ask him to star in his next big-budget film.

I love him for all that and so much more, and that’s beyond enough for me.  And unless he says he wants to,

he will not play the organ.

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