After a bit of a delay, and by a bit I mean almost a full month, Krista and I are back in the swing of our Star Wars marathon. We kept putting off watching Solo, which I explained a few times, but if you missed those articles we wanted to have a very themed night to celebrate Solo: A Star Wars Story and it took some time to find the right night. On Thursday, March 4th, we finally had the time and the energy to get our act together and celebrate Solo. This involved themed food, drinks, and outfits with a brief unexpected migraine, but that at least didn’t hit headache peak until after we finished the movie.Continue reading “Solo Night Revisited from @kleffnotes”
With zero trips to Galaxy’s Edge under our belts, Krista and I don’t really have a basis for comparing Blue Milks to something in Batuu. While we haven’t had that experience yet there have been so many people trying out recipes at home. This was sort of a bigger thing during the early days of quarantine, but recently with our Star Wars marathon I have wanted to give it a try. The two recipes I found are both Disney shared, but are very different from each other and let me tell you they were not what I expected at all.Continue reading “A Tale of Two Blue Milks from @kleffnotes”
From the writer of the fantastic sci-fi series, Passage, Hillary Esquina recently debuted a Valentine’s Day short. My Love stars Mandahla Rose (BIFL, All About E) and Sarah Durham (Marry Christmas) as Kay and Rose. Directed by Christie Conochalla (Forever Not Maybe) and Jessica Harcourt this short falls in under the five minute mark, but even though it may be short it is full of romance.Continue reading “My Love: An LGBTQ+ Short Review from @kleffnotes”
I thought I would share some of the reasons behind out Star Wars marathon delay. Krista and I had planned to focus solely on Star Wars in January and we then realized into February because there is just so much to watch. We were going strong when we made it through the Prequels and Clone Wars, but wound up stalling at Solo. We both love Solo and there is a reason this one keeps getting pushed out, which means the whole marathon gets pushed.Continue reading “Reasons for Delays in Our Star Wars Marathon from @kleffnotes”
This Valentine’s Day weekend Krista and I were a bit busy. We did celebrate by taking some us time and enjoying a couple days away at a local hotel. Krista decorated the room so beautifully with both romantic and nerdy … Continue reading A Belated Valentine’s Day Movie Round-Up from @kleffnotes
Jeremy Jordan stars in Mix Up in the Mediterranean airing February 20, 2021 on Hallmark Channel.
Mix Up in the Mediterranean is premiering as part of Hallmark Channel’s Love Ever After, all new original movies airing Saturday nights.
Now that Krista and I have made our way through The Clone Wars we also watched Episode III, Revenge of the Sith, pretty immediately afterward. While we were watching the last four episodes of the television series we noticed a … Continue reading The Final Four Episodes of Clone Wars and Revenge of the Sith Timeline from @kleffnotes
In our marathon we’ve made it into The Clone Wars and are roughly done with season one. I say this because we are watching in chronological order, which has been helped greatly by an article we found online and I’ve … Continue reading We’ve Made It to Clone Wars and I Finally Get It from @kleffnotes
The Marathon has begun!!! Okay, so this marathon isn’t a solid watch of Star Wars all the time, but we are doing what we can with our jobs and our other life obligations. We were able to watch the first … Continue reading The Marathon Begins: The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones from @kleffnotes
Today is the first day of 2021 and starting today Krista, my wife if you are a first time reader, and I are delving into what I am calling The Massive Star Wars Marathon. Now many people I am sure … Continue reading Welcome to The Massive Star Wars Marathon from @kleffnotes