I've been patiently waiting and can now officially say it's here... a movie of gigantic proportions, starring Russel Crowe.
The synopsis is such: After visions of an apocalyptic deluge, Noah, the world’s only righteous man, is chosen to undertake a divine mission to build a massive ark to save his family and all of creation before the impending rains fall and the flood waters rise. Joining Russell, are such highly acclaimed stars Sir Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Connelly and Emma Watson. This cast will no doubt surprise us with their gifts and their dedication to their craft...
However, the staff isn't the only exciting thing about this film. The imagery and music is amazing. Director Darren Aronofsky's creative genious set the bar high with this film.
Watch the trailer and see for yourself. It had me on the edge of my seat. To view the trailer click here.
This past week I watched Undercover Boss, which featured Retro Fitness and one employee in particular, who got fired. Normally Undercover Boss shows a few employees, with great stories and good work ethic, and sometimes there may be a few problem employees.
In this last issue, it seems all anyone is talking about is that one problem employee, named Jacqueline, who was a shining example of what bad attitudes are really about, and was about as bad as they come.
Jacqueline, who on the outside, seemed like a clean cut decent person until she opened her mouth to speak. And this girl wasn't just rude ... she was abusive to everyone around her.
As if it wasn't bad enough that she was completely unprofessional and had no compassion for anyone around her at work ... she then turned into the flippant, defensive, careless girl, who talked back to the CEO of the company when he tried to explain his grievances with her. She passionately denied anything he was trying to explain to her, …
It's Saturday, and at this very moment a few hundred miles north of me, my friend is grieving the loss of her husband.
It's Saturday and this week has felt like an eternity. I've moved through this week with such a heavy heart.
And I feel guilty for being trapped in this fog of sorrow, as I'm not the one who lost my life long partner of over 20 years. I'm not the one who just got my husband back from Afghanistan, only to lose him to an unexpected death.
I can not fathom how my friend is coping, walking step by step through the process of burying her soul mate at the tender young age of 39.
Brian Naranjo would have been 40 years old on February 29th, 2012. Brian Naranjo would have his whole life ahead of him. He would have been celebrating a marquis year, when you're supposed to reflect on where you've come and what you have left to do.
In reading his Facebook wall, as I'm inexplicably drawn to it, I've read the many memo…
Yesterday was one for the books ...
I was in a meeting with a sales manager at a car dealership, which was almost coming to a close when someone from the lobby alerted the manager that someone had driven up on the lot. From the look on his face, I could tell that whoever this person was - was not exactly welcome.
He promptly apologized and excused himself so that he could deal with the person we'll call 'Dude'. Within seconds I heard Dude and could tell that he was high maintenance from the commotion in the lobby. He had not only shown up in a test drive truck but had a ton of his belongings inside and a trailer hitched to the back.
Patiently, I waited inside hoping that whatever went down wouldn't be a 'situation' as the energy felt in the dealership was a bit heightened.
A few minutes later, the manager returned to process a paperwork for Dude when Dude stepped into the inner office for a quick question. I smelled him before I saw him as smoke rolled in…