All In

The final countdown is upon us fanboys & fangirls, the moment we’ve been waiting for since childhood: the Justice League will be on the big screen in one week! I am here to encourage peace before the chaos commences. DC community, respect your fellow fans. If your enthusiasm does not match that of someone else, please leave them alone and allow them to be happy. Marvel community, please don’t turn this into a war. No two fans are alike, but we all have one thing in common: we LOVE superheroes! I think both the Avengers and the Justice League would want us to be united, not divided. I am personally very excited and refuse to let anybody or anything to ruin this experience which is why I’m turning off all social media starting November 14th. I will be avoiding petty comments and reviews until I see the movie on the 16th because I want to form my own opinion without outside influence. If you’re not already jumping out of your skin with excitement, GET ON MY LEVEL!


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Goodbye 2016 | Hello 2017

I think we can all agree that 2016 was a hot mess.  I am not sad to see it go.  However, there were some bright spots so walk with me down memory lane.

– January –

I started the 2016 Reading Challenge 

High School Musical turned 10 

I became serious about Youtube 

I joined Snapchat!

• 100 followers on Instagram

– February –

• I reviewed Grease: Live! 

• The Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50 

• Pixar turned 30! I celebrated here & here



Velvet took over my life

Peyton Manning retired

• I saw Michael Flatley perform for the first time before his retirement. Read the story here & the review here.

• I saw Batman v Superman in theaters 

I saw Caspian & Underoath in concert

– April –

• American Idol ended 

• Kobe Bryant retired.

– Kobe Bryant Artwork

– Kobe Bryant | Black Mamba

– Mamba Out

• I became obsessed with Disney pins 

• Hiking adventure in Malibu

– May –

• I got a job, & my Youtube channel reached 10,000 views 

• Disney Channel aired its 100th original movie

– June –

• Fragrant Jewels featured my review video 

• Christina Grimmie died:

• The Summer Olympics took place in Rio de Janeiro 


• My Fragrant Jewels review video surpassed 10,000 views

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– August –

• I did my part to support a Jonathan Crombie Memorial 

• I saw Thousand Foot Krutch in concert

• Kenny Baker passed away

– September –

Rizzoli & Isles ended 

– October –

• My art blog got a makeover

• My lifestyle blog got a makeover

• I saw Fit For a King & Beartooth in concert

– November –

• I turned 23 🎂

• I discovered zoo live cams 

• I reached 100 subscribers on Youtube 

• I saw My Epic, Silent Planet, Norma Jean, & For Today in concert during the For Today farewell tour

– December –

• I reviewed Hairspray Live! 

• I finally watched Frozen 

• I saw Rogue One in theaters on Christmas day 

• Carrie Fisher passed away 

• Debbie Reynolds passed away 

• I completed the Modern Mrs. Darcy 2016 Reading Challenge & fulfilled my Goodreads pledge to read 45 books. 📚

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Farewell to Alan Thicke (Growing Pains), Alan Rickman (Love Actually, Sense and Sensibility), Alan Young (Mister Ed, voice of Scrooge McDuck), Ann Guilbert (The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Nanny), Anton Yelchin (Star Trek), Carrie Fisher (Star Wars), Charmian Carr (The Sound of Music), Christina Grimmie (Youtuber), Craig Sager (Sports Reporter), Debbie Reynolds (Charlotte’s Web, Halloweentown, Singing in the Rain), Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond, Mrs. Miracle), Erik Bauersfeld (Star Wars), Florence Henderson (The Brady Bunch), Gene Wilder (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory), Janet Waldo (voice of Judy Jetson), Joe Alaskey (Looney Tunes, Rugrats), Kenny Baker (Star Wars), Kimbo Slice (Boxer & MMA fighter, “Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh”), and Patty Duke (Love Finds a Home).

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Looking back on this past year, I accomplished a lot more than I thought I did.  It sounds cheesy, but I’m ready to work even harder in 2017.  Many people might roll their eyes or turn up their nose at my passion for blogging & Youtube, but that’s okay.  I don’t need them to understand because it’s my passion, not theirs.  I am so grateful for those of you who have chosen to support me and follow my life.  I promise I’m not going anywhere! 💋

🎉 Happy New Year! 🎉

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

I saw “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” last night.  I could gut the movie and critique it piece by minuscule piece, but that is not what I’m going to do.  Let me lay it out plain, simple, & to the point.  If you are incapable of reveling in gloom, loud noises, knock-down, drag-out fights, & a mash-up of iconic comic book imagery, this is not the movie for you.  You have been warned!

* Note: Beware!!  I did not intentionally mention SPOILERS, but there may be some mentioned by accident.

My love and respect for Christopher Nolan’s trilogy had me on high alert when plans for this movie surfaced.  I was upset and nervous about a new Batman because he is the man, the hero of all heroes in my eyes.  Christian Bale killed it as the “Dark Knight.”  Even though Ben Affleck is a fantastic actor, I was nervous because I HATE change.  I should have known better than to doubt.  The movie pulled me in with a Hulk-like grasp and didn’t let go until the closing credits (sorry for the Marvel reference).   The visuals were well done; they created a believable environment of equal parts gloom and chaos, appropriate for this particular story.  The acting confirmed smart casting choices.  Each time a familiar face appeared onscreen, I was overwhelmed by childlike excitement.  I’m still iffy on “The Flash.”  I love the character but don’t know much about actor Ezra Miller, and the suit could easily become cheesy.  I am trying to keep an open mind until I see him in a full scene/movie.  Director Zack Snyder deserves acknowledgement.  By default he takes any and all blame and goes down with the ship.  However, he is an amazing director and does not deserve the criticism he’s receiving.

I went in with doubts and tentative expectations, and yet I have nothing substantially negative to say.  Why did I enjoy it so much?  I let go of my thoughts and enjoyed the movie for what it was.  Was it perfect?  No.  A lot of content was stuffed into 151 minutes.  However, DC fans have waited a long time for a live action version of the Justice League.  I believe a sense of urgency drove the filmmaking process.  I refuse to ruin this moment of triumph in the DC Universe.  The films will only get bigger and better from here so why waste breath on complaints.  Instead, let’s all enjoy the mental picture of a 22 year old woman (me) tearing up from pure, nerdy joy in the movie theater.  You’re welcome. ;)

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Memory Lane


Let us take a walk down memory lane for my December 8th favorite:

What is your favorite Christmas memory?  Me and my mom have a Christmas tradition of watching White Christmas together.  That movie gave me the desire to experience a white Christmas, but growing up in California, snow was nonexistent.  I never complained because, after all, California is pretty special.  However, I wanted to experience a white Christmas at least once; you could say that it was on my bucket list.  On December 24th, 2009, I was pleasantly surprised when my family walked out of a movie theater: North Texas was blanketed in beautiful white snow.  It fell all night and lasted through Christmas day; needless to say, I spent a lot of time outdoors that day.  I have experienced at least one other white Christmas, but I will never forget my first.  What a day!  “Sherlock Holmes” and snow!  Have you ever experienced a white Christmas?

Stay merry readers!

– Lauren Michele  :)

“Sleigh bells ring
Are you listening
In the lane
Snow is glistening
A beautiful sight,
We’re happy tonight
Walking in a winter wonderland”