On the set of ” Hand of God ” , finally a first on set picture !
Laura, Happy Birthday! you are an amazingly sweet woman.
You make me & other fans very happy with your sweet words to us, especially knowing it came from you with ur sweet smile & kind heart.
Actors you have worked with say very nice things about working with you to me, most recently was Corey Sevier.
A sweet personality, gorgeous beauty, & gifted talent, you are who TV Producers should be looking to cast.
NCR: Gabriel Garćia Márquez > R I P
I remember the day my mum & dad took my two brothers’ and I to the library to get our library cards. It was such an amazing feeling. I felt - liberated. The idea that I could sign be given a card that would allow me to stroll up and down aisles filled with stories of people and lands far away and from another time was mind blowing to me. Life was filled with unlimited possibilities.
I was a very shy kid. Always good at conversation but inside me I was shy (later to find out through lots of Meyers Briggs test I am a rare introvert - FYI - so is Kristin, in fact we are the same category of introvert - but that’s not what this post is about). This post is about how in 1977 I got my first library card and I couldn’t wait to get home to sit under the cherry tree in our back yard and crack open the spine of a book I had picked to read. I love the smell of books. They all seem to have that same smell - until I’m done with it… then the scent changes. It goes from everyone else to mine.
Fast forward a whole bunch of years to when I discover Nobel prize-winning Columbian author Gabriel Garćia Márquez. I recall reading One Hundred Years of Solitude and being entirely wrapped up in this multi-generational family. Their struggles became my struggles. Their joys & sorrows were my joys and sorrows. One of my favourite quotes from the book remains with me to this day - one I draw on in trying times with myself or others “There is always something left to love.” How true is that?
Then came the more renowned Love In The Time of Cholera. This is a love story based on communicating through letters and telegraph. Old world romantic stuff that always reels me in and swallows me whole. It is also a love triangle - something I’m all too familiar with. Most of all it is a story that remains hopeful. Hopeful that it’s never too late to be with the one you love. A favourite line full of adventure and risk: ”Tell him yes. Even if you are dying of fear, even if you are sorry later, because whatever you do, you will be sorry all the rest of your life if you say no.”
What lengths we will go to for love!
Today Gabriel Garćia Márquez died at the age of 87. But his beautiful stories will live on. ~ Sima
New Photos of Laura Mennell on #Motive via The Morton Report article interview Laura did. http://www.themortonreport.com/entertainment/television/legal-aid-interview-with-motives-laura-mennell/
#ThrowbackThursday Callum Keith Rennie & Laura Mennell on #Alphas.
Callum Keith Rennie guest stars tonight on Laura’s new show #Motive.
The return of Don Wilson or Leoben if you remember him from Battlestar Galactica.
#Shules #Jaggie #kiss #perfection <3
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