Memory Holobook

As my daughter grows up, I’ve become quite sentimental about Star Wars and view it differently than I did even five years ago. I believe it’s because she’s getting to the point where she watches the movie with me (she’s watched ANH twice!) and can finally begin to have conversations about it. Generally, it goes … Continue reading Memory Holobook

Fan Art Friday: Greedo’s Mindset Problem

Greedo started the day wrong. Seriously. Why did he wear that burnt orange vest? Why did he think that was a good idea? If you own a business, co-founded a business, or are a freelancer - there's a lot of talk about "mindset". It hits you everywhere you turn. You have to change your employee … Continue reading Fan Art Friday: Greedo’s Mindset Problem

Re-evaluating the Binary Sunset

It’s no secret that my favorite scene is Luke staring into the binary sunset on Tatooine in ANH. In fact, I’m sure it’s many people’s favorite scene. There’s something about the music, the crescendo of the Force theme, and that look on Luke’s face that speaks to this internal feeling within many of us. For … Continue reading Re-evaluating the Binary Sunset

The Skywalker/Palpatine Saga

Alas, I did not get to see TROS one more time in theaters as I was hit with a debilitating sickness and was unable to leave my bed for days, lost my voice, and could barely function. BUT I got to read a lot of blogs on the new movie and think about it a … Continue reading The Skywalker/Palpatine Saga

Finn // Han

In all of Solo, it's rubbed in our face that Han is a "good" person. As an audience, we are led to believe that had he not been presented the situations he was in, he would have turned out alright. More than alright: a kind, goodhearted person. He is juxtaposed against Tobias Beckett and at … Continue reading Finn // Han