Knock Knock

I'll be honest. I've never considered myself a creative person. Sure, as a kid, I loved to write poetry and make up silly games to play. Throughout high school, I loved planning events and creating catchy names for them, and my favorite class was writing.
If you were married to a famous filmmaker and that person cheated on you, how would you make that person pay for it? One possibility is that you could force your philandering spouse to write and direct a movie like Knock Knock, an infidelity cautionary tale written and directed by horror prince Eli Roth and starring Keanu Reeves, Ana de Armas, and Roth's real-life wife Lorenza Izzo.
Stop scrolling through your social feed. Just imagine what you could be accomplishing if you unplug for a while and start doing something else.
Showing up for dinner or a weekend stay empty handed is dᅢᄅclassᅢᄅ on par with clipping one's nails in public. It's simply rude.
No one is more amazed than me by how much I've enjoyed -- and benefited from -- this personal return to the telephone. I find myself thinking about these dear friends and family members more frequently, like they're a regular part of my life, as once upon a time they so deliciously were.
If you've been on the verge of sharing those three special little words, but can't seem to muster up the courage, these less than subtle gift ideas should trigger your inner cupid and help you cross over.
Mother's Day's only days away, but there's still time to find a gift that honors everything she's done for you.