• “Eyes of the Roshi” Movie Review

    By Ruth on December 30, 2016
    EYES OF THE ROSHI is a film about choices. Saigon, 1973. A boy discovers a dead body on the side of the road. The decision he makes will haunt him until the end of his days…. The boy is grown, and now a fully realized Grandmaster far from his home. Adam Nguyen is a stranger in a strange land. A […]
  • “Color In His Image”: Adult Coloring Book For Spiritual Inspiration And Worship Review

    By Ruth on December 27, 2016
    I was sent a copy of this book for review. All opinions are 100 percent mine, and I was no financially compensated in any way. ​Are you looking for something a bit different to kick off the new year? Well, look no furhter than this great new Christian-themed coloring book called Color In His Image. Relax, be at peace, be with God… […]
  • “When Calls the Heart Christmas” Hallmark Channel Movie Review

    By Ruth on December 24, 2016
    When a train derails and delays the arrival of much needed food, supplies and presents, Christmas in the settlement town of Hope Valley is in jeopardy. With the help of a mysterious visitor, a simple peddler who has a knack for helping people find what they need, Jack, Elizabeth and Abigail rally the town residents to come together in the […]
  • “Love You Like Christmas” Hallmark Christmas Movie Review

    By Ruth on December 22, 2016
    A high-powered marketing executive is on her way to a client’s wedding when her plans are derailed by car trouble. When a fork in the road leads her to Christmas Valley, a town in love with Christmas, her unexpected journey will leave her wondering what her life has been missing. [embedyt][/embedyt] So the question is–can you ever “best” the combination […]
  • Amy Grant “Tennessee Christmas” CD Review #TennesseeChristmas #flyby

    By Ruth on December 4, 2016
    I am a child of the 1980’s, and while I may have ignored the vast majority of the music from this era, one artist that always captured my attention was Amy Grant. She made gospel music cool, and even as her career progressed, I never forgot some of her early works. And Amy Grant Christmas music was always some of […]
  • “Every Christmas Has A Story” Hallmark Channel Movie Review

    By Ruth on November 10, 2016
    Following an on-camera flub in which she says she doesn’t like Christmas, a popular morning show host is assigned, along with her producer who is also her old college flame, to cover the Christmas week festivities in a town known for its tremendous holiday celebration. But when she suspects something is amiss in Hollyvale, the investigative reporter surfaces and she […]
  • “The Christmas Project” Movie Review

    By Ruth on October 30, 2016
    Christmastime is full of traditions, especially in the Buckley family. With their home perfectly trimmed for the Christmas season it is now time to choose a family the four Buckley brothers along with mom and dad will secretly “Elve”. This year Mom has decided on the Hagbarts, and according to the Buckley boys they are the meanest bullies at their […]
  • “Death Al Dente: A Gourmet Detective Mystery” Hallmark Movie Review

    By Ruth on October 9, 2016
    San Francisco homicide detective Maggie Price and former, world-class chef Henry Ross are on the case once again. The crime-solving odd couple investigates the murder of Henry’s friend, a well-known local chef found dead in his kitchen. As they begin to unravel an old family secret, Maggie has to stay one step ahead of a mysterious man in the shadows […]
  • GhostPillow by GhostBed by Nature’s Sleep Review

    By Ruth on August 26, 2016
    Disclaimer: I was sent two GhostPillows from GhostBed in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are one hundred percent mine. Recently, I had the amazing opportunity to review the GhostBed by Nature’s Sleep.  And I am still loving my bed just as much if not more than I was then. More recently, I […]
  • “Summer Love” Hallmark Channel Movie Review

    By Ruth on August 20, 2016
    Maya Sulliway is a struggling single mom who’s studying to become an accountant. When her young daughter goes off to sleepaway camp, Maya accepts a summer internship at Kizzmit, a tech company known for developing a popular social app, in order to receive college credit. There, the thirtysomething Maya feels out of place among the company’s hip millennial interns and […]