black & white and everything in between .

Well my lovely peeps, the chill is back and so is the rain. Often distracted by puddles and broken umbrellas, trying to keep my head clear is usually a challenge. Lets face it, my mind is pretty imaginative and most of the time I dream of tropical islands, skinny dipping, dancing everywhere, magical places, lavender bubble baths, artistic adventures and frolicking…… on the beach.  I like to wrap myself in my house coat, curl up in my cozy bed and convert it into my home office. Most things don’t seem clear. Usually they aren’t . But sometimes they are right in front of your eyes. No need to play peek a boo or hide behind those fears. You may want to play with what you have and splash around a bit. Tears may stream, emotions rise, you might just need some extra special lovin.  You miss certain people, yummy smells, change isn’t as easy as picking up a penny. They say chicken soup is good for the soul but so is leaping in the air and landing on your feet with a bit of a stumble. Putting your foot in your mouth is often a good thing. It makes you real. It  stirs the heart part. Messages are sent, wires are crossed. But if you’re smart enough to see the everything in between, the black and white is easier to be seen.  Let’s face it, sometimes the grey areas are all you need on a rainy day. CS xx

rainy kisses . romantic escapes . flying high . peek a boo . hibernate . lady thoughts .


Roming Love.

MEMORIES floated through my mind this weekend after watching the latest Woody Allen film, “To Rome With Love”. Set in the romantic city of Rome, the story shifts back and forth between romantic comedy and satirical farce where the intertwining stories of a worker who wakes up to find himself a celebrity (Roberto Benigni), an architect (Alec Baldwin) who takes a trip back to the street he lived on as a student, a young couple on their honeymoon (Alessandra Mastronardi), and a frustrated opera director (Woody Allen) who has a talent for discovering talented singers. In Woody Allen fashion, its sharp, quirky and quick witted. Thematically, he explored delusion, lost dreams, obsession, celebrity, fear, lost souls and regret. I adore Woody Allen and admit a mild obsession. Alright, a huge obsession with his work. Weather it be his films or short humour pieces he always examines the obscure and the reality of relationship, character and life. A few of the performances I didn’t buy and am curious to know who else was in the lead for them, but the ones I did enjoy trumped all.

– If you’ve been to Italy you would absolutely fall in love and would never want to come home – (I can attest)

Landscape . People .Charm . Language . Love . Women . Men Fashion . Smiles . Art . Italian soccer team . Gelato . Espresso . Cappuccino . Stay . Loud . Famiglia . Tradition . Siesta. Feast . Family Romance . History Shoes . Vespa . Piazza . Pizza . Music . Inspiration . Fellini . Vino . Creativity . Provolone . Biscotti . Delightful . Cinema  . Charm . Crazy . Cobblestone . Joy Markets . Pinch . Flirt . Skirt . Head turn . L’ultimo bacio . Romeo . Life is beautiful .

– CS xx

“If something is too good to be true, you can bet it’s not” – John (Alec Baldwin)



The Acting Class : pILot EPisODe

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This week’s pilot episode, “Class Dynamics”: The men vie for Melissa’s attention. Everyone else tries to avoid going for drinks with Calm, the teacher. And Matty laments not ever getting an audition. Tune In NOW and let all of your friends know about it!



As I promised to share with you my short, “Happy Birthday To Me” in the “Lucille In Love” series, Here it is and enjoy! Oh! And please pass it along. I just celebrated my birthday over the weekend and coincidently it was ready just in time. – Christina XO