📍Tulum, México. Zona Arqueológica 🇲🇽
“We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch - we are going back from whence we came”
Vitamin Sea. There’s always something magical about each and every beach I visit. This one in particular with all the different shades of blue. ➡️ Swipe to listen to the waves 🌊
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Germancraft’s last day of trade for 2018 saw us holding the prestigious ‘Annual Tony Awards’. Many honours were bestowed upon our team members, some notable recipients included Kirralee awarded for being the ‘shining star’ of the office 2018 and our tradesman Luke taking home the “hidden songbird 2018” for making the factory his very own Karaoke Bar. Although it was the highly coveted and hotly contended ‘Most Valuable Player’ award that had us all on the edge of our seat. I am pleased to announce that our Production Supervisor Craig Lindholm aka The Wizard took home the honour! A massive congratulations to Craig whose exceptional knowledge, professionalism and willingness to lend a hand made him without a doubt Germancraft’s ‘Most Valuable Player 2018’ 🏆💪 #mvp#mostvaluableplayer#award#twentyeighteen#outstanding#effort#thetonys#germancraftcabinets
The Cider House Rules
So after seeing What's Eating Gilbert Grape a few weeks ago, I decided I wanted to see more of Director Lasse Hallström's work. And about a week ago I watched this movie on Netflix for the first time, and I honestly just absolutely adored it. It's easily one of my all time favorites. And I watched it again tonight because it's been on my mind ever since. But seriously, I love this movie.
So for those who have seen this movie before, lets take care of the elephant in the room first. This film tackles a VERY controversial topic. I'm not gonna say what it is because one, I try to remain neutral on certain subjects like that. And two, if I say what it is I'll just be bombarded with comments asking where I stand on it. But I loved the way this movie handled it. It never really tries to sway you to either side and it never really takes a side itself. It certainly has things to say about it, but it never isolates it's audience, and it handled it all very tastefully and I was quite pleased. Modern film could learn something from here.
But now on to the movie itself. The film is just so enjoyable and the story itself is very relatable. It's characters have strong arcs and are all very likable, or dislikable when needed, and it's just very immersive from start to finish.
And the cast is all fantastic. Michael Cane is the clear standout and just commands the screen. He certainly earned the oscar he got for this role. But then let's talk about the lead actor Toby McGuire. He honestly is the best he's ever been here. He's gotten a lot of hate over the past few years but man, he is fantastic in this role. I really wish he'd do more like this and make a comeback somehow.
I also just absolutely adored the musical score. Very beautiful and very moving in all the right spots.
And overall, this has become one of my all time favorites. I was entranced from start to finish, and loved every second of it. I give The Cider House Rules a 10/10
Listen to what my pastor @dririshea says about serving the leader that you succeed. You all really need to see this interview in its entirety. Go to my Facebook page or click the link in my bio right now to see this full interview where we discuss succession, transition, and the challenges of passing the torch! Go now! #OUTSTANDING