Some people love Valentine’s Day, and some people hate it. And it might change from year to year.
Personally, I like Valentine’s Day. It’s sweet. Even if you don’t have a serious partner, you can tell your kids, parents, or even your pet that you love them. 🐶
Regardless of how you feel about today, and especially if you are bundled up at home avoiding the cold weather, here are some movies celebrating the joy and/or pain of love. 💗
And this isn’t just a list of current movies. This list is full of classics going all the way back to
Pillow Talk from 1959.
With Keanu Reeves as an example, this post explores the power of being purposefully quiet.
👉 Be Aware of the Quiet Ones like Keanu Reeves — They Are the Ones That Actually Make You Think
Quiet people make you think.
Thinking brings clarity. Thinking can lead to change.
I actually didn’t know Keanu had this side to him. But it is helpful to be reminded
by a Hollywood star of all people that being quite and thoughtful is a good thing.
brings people closer, breeds curiosity, interrupts the pattern, and allows time for reflection.
Not bad, Keanu. Maybe he is the cooler, calmer alter-ego to Russell Brand?
If I ever get to Switzerland, I’m staying here. 🤩
I’m pretty sure this hotel is part of the
Society Of The Crossed Keys. 🗝😉
Isn’t it unbelievable that the
whole world is staying home?
Here are 100 ways to entertain yourself while stuck at home due to the current (or any) pandemic.
100 things to do while stuck inside due to a pandemic
My favorite? “Try moving in super-slow motion. It’s OK to laugh at regular speed.” Or a better yet, a slow-motion sword fight if you have a friend around. Sound effects are required.
Cha cha cha cha. Cha cha cha cha.
Currently, my living room is cleared out for yoga and Wii.
I’d also recommend
writing, making an app, playing card/board games, hanging some pictures, changing your guitar strings, doing your taxes, and getting out if possible to safely support your local . 😊 taco truck or coffee shop
Or I guess just watch some movies.
100 movies to watch for every cinematic yearning or Every Oscar best-picture winner, ever
Even my rock climbing gym has some
movie and book recommendations. 🤷🏻♂️
This speech by Bill Murray as Herman Blume is one of my favorite parts of one of my favorite movies,
Rushmore. I was reminded of this speech by the college admissions scandal.
I love that Herman is actually delivering this speech to a bunch of rich boys. And
only Max Fischer applauds. 😆
Take dead aim on the rich boys. Get them in the crosshairs and take them down. Just remember: they can buy anything, but they can’t buy backbone. Don’t let them forget that. Thank you.