ToiBox Blog Weekly Recap: 09/13/14


Check out my Recent Posts links or visit the ToiBox Categories to see what I was up to this week, but first try…

Stand by Me: ToiBox Movie Reviews.

#gettingtoknwoyou: Facebook

This cool Pin.

Last Saturday I only posted a Weekly Recap, but over at You Tube I posted an episode of, Vinyl on My Mind: Talking Book.

I started out this week with Sample Sunday 49- It’s Like the Full Moon.

On Monday, I posted My Geekdom: Betty Boop.

On Tuesday, I added to my Character files Mira’s opinion on the Eternal Curse and then I posted an interview about Fleischerhaus with author Melissa Bowersock.

On Wednesday, I post my first WWW Wednesday contribution in months.

On Thursday, I observed U.S. Patriot Day and then posted a long overdue WIP Update.

And yesterday, I posted a special Friday Forecast which featured my 2nd Mock Squid Soup Review: Burn After Reading.

Thanks for hanging out with me this week. I hope to see you again next week.

Thank you for taking the time to read this post. If you like it let me know and share it with others. See you next time, Toi Thomas. #thetoiboxofwords

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Toi Thomas

I like reading, writing, cooking, dancing, movies, and music. I'm a big kid and choose to see the world in my own special way. Yes, I'm educated, but I haven't let that stop me from being who I want to be. I'm a wife, teacher, author, blogger, and more.

2 thoughts on “ToiBox Blog Weekly Recap: 09/13/14”

  1. I really enjoyed this video film review. I liked the way you asked yourself questions about the Movie, I had never seen that format. I also did not know it was based on a Stephen King Novella. I know I did see this film ages ago, but listening to you comparing perspective of the film when younger, makes me think I want to see it.
    As usual HATS OFF to great video effects!

    1. Thanks for taking a look at it. As always, everything I do is a work in progess but I like this new visual challenge.
      You should totally go back and watch this movie if you get a chance. It’s the same, yet somehow different after all these years.

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