Thursday, 18 February 2010

Pen-man-ship: Hustle

If you haven't watched any of the BBC's Hustle series, you need to. I love this programme the writing is so on point, it inspires me to write! I believe the writers for this show are ex-con artist because it is just absolutely brilliant and it doesn't help that I have a a slight crush on this actor

Mr Adrian Lest, I love the character he suave, a charmer and handsome.
Actually I love all of the charecters and the actors that play them.

Ugh I need to get all of the series on DVD and somehow get rid of the blasted writers block I am currently suffering from, because this programme is just GENIUS! I just want to be in a fly on the wall when all the writers brainstorm a well written script!

Peace & Love


Sunday, 14 February 2010

Happy Self Appreciation Day!

AKA Valentines day!.. I believe you should tell your loved ones that you love them everyday and show that you appreciate them through out the year, not just on Valentines day.

But anywho spreading the love on Internet paper!

Spread the LOVE and give a HUG!



Friday, 12 February 2010

Window Seat

Right now I need a little upliftment,my energy has been on a low vibration for a while now and I need to pick it up turn on my chakras and get back to me. I feel like I need a break go away somewhere to chill,think and rest. At present I am looking forward to Erykah Badu's new album and I love love her song titled Window seat.It instantly spoke of what I was feeling:

Can I get a window seat
don't want nobody next to me
I just want a ticket outta town
a look around
and a safe touch down
window seat
don't ant nobody next to me
I just want a chance to fly
a chance to cry
and a long bye bye

Oh and bridge gets even better!

but I need you to want me
I need you to miss me
I need your attention
I need you next to me
I need someone to clap for me
I need your direction
Somebody say come back
Come back baby, come back


anywho moving on, one must keep PUSHING!


Untold Story..

"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you"
- Maya Angelou


Its quite frustrating to love and care for somebody who doesn't show it back to you. I've been holding my feelings inside for a while,my untold story.I've been holding on to HOPE.
I don't know how long I can hold on to that word.
Slowly losing my grip.
Starting to feel more like rope burn.



Friday, 5 February 2010

End of an Era

I have to get this off my chest. Over time you grow with your family and you learn most from your Elders with their wise words. Throughout this last decade I have lost Family members.
I'm finding it hard to accept that my elders are passing away one by one, it feels as if an End of an Era is near.My aunt passed away the day before my birthday and it struck me that One day I'll have to view my Mother,Grandmother, Grandfather, Father in a Casket and deal with the whole preparation of a funeral.I don't know how I will cope.

When my uncle passed in 2007 I saw him about 2 hours after he passed and I helped him out while he was sick but it hit me that his only his body was there not his spirit, not his jokes. I will no longer see him tell a dry joke, or make videos with his camera. I miss walking into their homes smelling cooked food, the texture of their wall the loud 1960's wall paper print and the loud mix matched carpet.

I get a lump in my throat and an ache in my heart.I try my best to cherish each moment I have with my elders and stop to tell them I love them and how much of an influence they have on me and continue to keep some of the family traditions alive.I know that the body is only a shell for the spirit, but once the last breath is gone the spirit has moved on, its done its time and purpose and many lessons were learnt.Its not death, Its just a transition in the spiritual form. I got to appreciate this,the spirit is always there and memories will forever live on.

Sending love to my ancestors and elders who have passed.




I went and saw this movie with my homie at the Imax Cinema in 3D! it was on @ exactly 00:20! yes and it felt as if this was a bumpin Friday/Saturday night not an early Tuesday morning!

My eyes were burning with awe and pleasure!! I totally loved the realness of the animation/visual effects and I totally understood the story line! I couldn't see why people didn't get it!! There were many references made which made me think back to slavery/colonialism but the Na'Vi people in my eyes represented AFRICA! It screamed it by the braids,facial features and physique, even though they all looked alike certain features instantly made out as African.(blue is the new black didn't you know? lol) But in a nut shell it represents Africa, Iraq, Afghanistan! Any country who had been robbed for its natural beauty/resources :oil,Gold,Diamonds,Silver etc and will do anything to get what they want and damage its indigenous people.

What I connected to the most was deities, the spiritual aspect, the connection with mother nature which no man can break regardless of their man made power! I totally loved the 3D experience,was a bit upset I couldn't take the 3D glasses home:( but the in depth details within the Na'vi characters and visuals blew my mind, I believe I am going to watch that movie over and over again.Maybe I'll find an even more in depth message just like the Matrix(that's a big maybe). With the Matrix I can watch all of the sequels and receive a different message and a better overstanding...

But with Avatar I think I'm just fascinated with the visuals and details.All the research they must of done to craft these characters; from the tribal marks, head dress etc.

yup I'm still in awe