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Mixture of Dreams Part 20 (TV Edition Finale)

Once Upon A Time, it became bedtime, and the Giant was finally ready to sleep. He had a great time viewing his shows, on his big, Beanstalk TV. The Giant got to hang out with his warrior friends, Xena and Spartacus. Even his slasher friends, Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees, came over, and it was marvelous. He loved running into Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, and also the trio of Super Friends, the Titan superheroes.

The Giant decided to watch one last show. He was beginning to feel the coolness of the incoming snow. He flicked through the channels, landing on Married With Children. Love and Marriage, beautiful song of one and a million. He flicked again, landing on The Golden Girls. The Giant flicked once more, this was like War of The Worlds. The indecisiveness made The Giant even more sleepy. He let out a yawwnnn, and decided to turn off the TV.

That’s all folks, enough of the animated video tunes. It was time to rest, and The Giant’s about to hit snooze. Good night, and sweet dreams, you Legendary Writers of Tomorrow. This Giant, hopes that this edition, has helped with bedtime shows, to bestow.

Dreaming

Letting the unknown embrace my mind. The REM time, the blurry line, it’s all images of a sign. Sometimes I can remember, while other times, it phases out of sight.

Weird, is this practical?

I can wake up feeling good, or sad, but it’s all hidden by a hood. The more I press on a scene, the quicker, it evaporates from my screen.

Anyone have this problem?

I could’ve sworn I watched this program before. Deja Vu to the core. The Morpheus lore. Another cut, to add, to the score.

Are we having premonitions?

The recalling of futures past. Viewing of a dream, that’s already been cast. We’ve all worn this mask.

Isn’t this so prudential?!

Getting down to business, I love the clowdy series. It’s like our imagination has created visionary theories. Dreaming feeds our minds with clues. Letting our essence go viral, our thoughts with views.

Walk & Store

Walking to the store, enjoying the scenery. Beautiful gusts of breeze, with beautiful, levitating greenery.

Nature is so colorful and very mysterious. The clouds, the revolving rounds, it’s all so curious.

Coffee, in hand, with cotton and some poly, to toe. Signs of the picture changing, awaiting, the arrival of snow.

I see the musical birds and the brown, running animals. Auburn leaves, from rooted trees, it’s all joyously laughable.

Arriving to my destination, point stops now. It’s euphoric to take a walk, while watching Earth play, it’s beautiful sounds.

Furniture Artwork: Furniture Haiku (Reshare)

Wanted to repost one of my furniture paintings. A before and after porch set I did. Both pieces were left on the curb, so I decided to make them a set. They were very fun to paint! 💙💚

Furniture Artwork: Lavender and Gold Porch Set

Free stuff is welcomed

I like to redesign stuff

New porch set for free.

Growth Part Two

The need of chapters to evolve. The want of pages to involve. Wanting to become something different. Needing to provoke something whispering.

Change the season. Change the scene. A chance to alter the inner reason. A chance to alter the outer routine.

Something that’s physically similar, mentally peculiar, and spiritually familiar. A rebirth, or another growth.

Sink the Cronus vessel and drown the past. Rise, Zeus ship, and the future cast.

The evolution of a role, growing from a thought. Growth of a soul, and the evolving, of a louder plot.

Doom Patrol Season One Review

This review contains minor spoilers!

AWESOME, Awesome, awesome, and did I mention, awesome?! I’m late to the party, as this show has been out for months now, and I’m so happy that I finally got around to watching it! Doom Patrol is easily one of the best shows this year. The characters are all fresh, their storylines are beautifully written, and the character development – man, the character development, was done right! This show is weird, in the right possible way. Did I mention it was awesome?

Created by Jeremy Carver, and based on the comics of the same name, Doom Patrol is a DC superhero show, with some non-traditional heroes. Well, they’re not “squeaky clean,” how superheroes are usually portrayed, and they all have their own demons to work out. I mean, this one, Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero), has 64 personalities, each with their own ability:

Yep, a lot of that goes on in this show! It’s packed with action!

But, let’s start from the beginning! Niles Caulder (Timothy Dalton), aka The Chief, is a genius level medical doctor who takes care of our heroes. Before they formed the team, Niles provided(or orchestra..nevermind*cough*) them sanctuary, in his mansion, to protect them from the outside world. The show starts off with the introduction of one of our heroes, Cliff Steele (Brendan Fraser), a former NASCAR driver who was in a bad car accident, with his brain being saved, and then transplanted into this robot, or cyborg:

Now, he’s like a baby, having to learn how to walk, and do things again in his new body. That’s when the other heroes step in, and help him deal with his new life and help him learn.

Meanwhile, the others are still trying to control, or learn, their powers. The Chief has hidden them from the world for decades, so they’ve never really got a chance to go out, and learn how to deal with their powers, or themselves, for that matter.

When they try to take a stroll through town, Rita Farr (April Bowlby), aka Elasti-girl, lost control of her powers, or self, and started “blobbing” out. I mean, she literally turned into The Blob. The Blob movie terrified me as a child, so I cringed a little, when I saw Rita turning into this thing. I mean, just look:

Though, Rita easily becomes one of the best characters by the end of the season! She’s very E&E – elegant and entertaining!

Here you have Larry Trainor (Matt Bomerpast self, before accident), aka Negative Man (Matthew Zukwrapped in bandages), who has a negative energy entity, from space, living in him. He’s a former pilot, who crashed, and body was badly burned. The energy inside of him is what keeps him alive. He has a lot of inner demons to deal with!

Actually, that’s how all of the Doom Patrol members received their powers. They were all involved in tragic accidents. This sort of unites them even more, as they can all relate to each other.

Vic Stone (Joivan Wade), aka Cyborg, also joins the Doom Patrol team! He becomes a great asset, who also has a lot of his own issues to deal with. It’s only befitting due to the fact that Cyborg received his enhancements through a tragic accident. He too, can relate to the other members!

The Chief is captured by Mr. Nobody (Alan Tudyk), the main supervillian of the season, who’s able to move through dimensions and alter reality. He narrates most of the show, like literally, narrates what everyone’s doing, and he can influence, or manipulate events. He’s crazy, but in the best way! He’s very thrilling, and you cant help but to laugh at some of his narrations. The team unites to save The Chief and stop Mr. Nobody.

There ya’ have it! That’s the jest of it, and it’s an awesome ride! A really good show, packed with drama, fantasy, and comedy! A combination that works really, really well. DC shows are taking over! The CW is full of them. Now, we have shows on the streaming apps like Titans, and this gem! A lot more happens on this show! I’m not going to spoil everything, so you guys should definitely check it out. You won’t be disappointed!

Doom Patrol has been renewed for a second season, set to premiere on HBO Max and DC Universe app in 2020. Check it out, you guys! You’re in for a marvelous treat!

Mixture of Dreams Part 19 Special Halloween Edition

It’s Halloween night, and all the spooks have come about. It’s like Thirteen Ghosts all over again, spookiness breaking out. The Giant went on a stroll down ol’ Elm street, in Halloweentown. The Giant hoped to get some candy, before Nightfall came around. He spotted Twitches, witches, and a Pinhead, that probably needed stitches. There was Casper, Twilight’s Jasper, and even, some familiar slashers.

The Giant ran into his friends, Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees. How goes thee? The Giant asked. The pair looked sideways, pondering, with their classic masks. He bid them farewells, as they kept lookin’. Maybe, he thought, it’s because of his costume- Vampire in Brooklyn:

The Giant got a basket full of candy corn, from the Children of the Corn. He got his much needed candy, and now, he was ready for a snore. He headed home, tired from his spine-chilling day. It was time for The Conjuring of some dreams, with no sudden delay.

Good night and Happy Halloween, you Shining Writers! This Giant, hopes that any frightening dreams, are captured by the night-lighters!