The Magic Blade (1976) Review: Life Is A Game of Chess

I have always admired those who play chess and are good at it because I don’t know how to play or even know the rules. It seems to require a lot of strategies. I would love to learn how to play one day. It sounds like a difficult game and a game which involves having… Continue reading The Magic Blade (1976) Review: Life Is A Game of Chess

Halsdoll’s Diner: How about Some Live Music and Merry Christmas

My diner is a little shabby and there aren't many customers so I thought I put some music so I will bring some more customers to my diner (a.k.a blog). If you are new to my blog, please check out my old blog post why I created it in the first place. If you are… Continue reading Halsdoll’s Diner: How about Some Live Music and Merry Christmas

Belated Thanksgiving Dinner: Halsdoll’s Style

People already have their Christmas trees up whereas I’m just getting to Thanksgiving. If this was a real job I might have gotten fired by now. I’m from the West Coast. People here are pretty laid back; a little tardiness is okay. I’m only a few days late. I’m here. I’m present! The stock market… Continue reading Belated Thanksgiving Dinner: Halsdoll’s Style

My Video Games Shopping List (Part III): Bright Colored Games for Mental Health

If you are worried about talking into the void and it makes you feel invisible, unworthy, neglected, or unlovable, it’s okay. I am used to talking to myself and I am quite proud of it. I don’t care how introverted you are but humans are made to talk! So, talk to the void if you… Continue reading My Video Games Shopping List (Part III): Bright Colored Games for Mental Health

Halsdoll’s Diner: It’s Breakfast Time

I am due for a post! I have the energy to whip a post after drinking hot chocolate. I feel so recharged. While on my mini blog break, I had a strange idea to motivate myself to become a better cook. As I mentioned in my previous post I need to learn how to cook properly so… Continue reading Halsdoll’s Diner: It’s Breakfast Time