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Christine London

Christine is a multi-published L.A. girl who adores all things British. She considers herself the proverbial late bloomer, but hey--midlife is made for growing fabulous. You can find her most days tapping away at her computer—and smiling.

Brooklyn – A Must See Film

  This post is made possible by support from Fox Searchlight Pictures. All opinions are my own. BROOKLYN tells the story of Eilis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan), a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950s Brooklyn. From the minute sweet, naive, small town Eilis (Saoirse Ronan) appears on screen, we like her, we relate to her. …

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Have I Turned Into a Grandma?

My kids have not had children—yet, but recently I have noticed the definite signs of Grandmother-dom. Kids have flown the coop and dang it, I am not yet blessed with human grandchildren. The silence would be deafening—if not for the dogs. I have had dogs all my life. As most anyone will tell you, training …

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Through My Father’s Eyes

Christine London on the sacrifice and dignity of those who have fought in wars in defense of our country. Read more from Christine on her blog.   In the sunset of his years, I remember my father lamenting, “World War II sacrifices are being forgotten.” In the overwhelming tidal wave of information in our modern …

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