When did this happen?? I have no idea how to thank you all for following me and actually sometimes reading my rambles!
I am so so grateful for all the follows. Not sure how to go about celebrating but I’m definitely going to do something when I reach 100 followers – so comment with suggestions!
Thank you once again!
Who’s have guessed I’d reach 79 followers by April?? I’d like to thank each and every one of you for taking the time to read and follow my posts.
I had never expected to get to 70 followers in 2016, and yet here we are – so close to 80!
Have a great day everyone 😊
Good morning friends!
I woke up this morning to discover that Life With Ktkinnes has reached 69 followers! How did we manage that??
I’d like to thank each of you for taking the time to read, comment on and like the posts, a lot of the time they’re just me rambling away about different things. However, the fact that you still follow me and occasionally give me a like really lifts my mood and inspires me to write more.
The goal for 2016 was to get 70 followers – we’re almost there and it’s not even half way through March yet!
If you have any suggestions on what I should write about next, or anything in particular that has made you stop and think recently then please feel free to message me or comment.
I’m now live on twitter at kvburton657, but have once again removed myself from Facebook as Kt Kinnes. However I can be found on snapchat as katiekinnes. Add me or follow me and keep in the know about everything!
Since it is almost 11am, I should probably get on with some work or cleaning. It’s my kitchen week and I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited to clean somewhere! Hope your day is as exciting as mine!
This 1994 film had been on Channel 5 a few weeks back so I taped it to see what it was like. Having received only 4.5 out of 10 on IMDb, I wasn’t expecting much. However this light hearted family film was a good way to spend a Sunday night. Okay I don’t have work or school or uni in the morning but I do enjoy a relaxing Sunday night either way!
So dad and I settled down with a few chocolate bars and sweets between us to watch it while mum and Rachel were out. Dad’s opinion of the film? Answer: “Yeah, it’s fine”. That’s always his answer about anything though so I wouldn’t put much thought into it.
As the cute child of conman Ray, Macaulay Culkin acts Timmy – a boy who only wants his dad’s attention. However his dad is in the middle of pulling off a robbery and doesn’t need a kid around to distract him. Throughout the film, Ray’s colleagues end up in stupid situations similar to the slap stick comedy associated with Home Alone. Once again, the theme of a young boy just wanting a family comes out to play. Quick question though, did all boys wear their hair that long in the 90s? I know I’m not interested in them but I swear if guys still wore their hair like that it would be enough to put me off them for the rest of my life. Ironic really when I prefer girls with long hair… Ah well, back to the review.
Ever so slightly predictable and yet definitely enjoyable, I would give this a score of 8 out of 10. Remembering it’s made in the 90s, you have to be fair to them. Scripts, actors and technology have improved but I wouldn’t change anything about this film. So give it a go!