Good by daniele and grace we will miss you
The seven–year itch is a psychological term that suggests that happiness in a relationship declines after around year seven of a marriage. The phrase originated as a name for irritating and contagious skin complaints of a long duration.
The phrase has since expanded to indicate cycles of dissatisfaction not only in interpersonal relationships but in any situation such as working a full-time job or buying a house, where a decrease in happiness and satisfaction is often seen over long periods of time.
The past few days I have been in a constant debate with myself of whether to say anything further or nothing at all about the drama surrounding the departure of the two Asian actors from Hawaii Five-0. For us as fans, apart from all the unpleasantness that we have had to ‘endure’ online, the effect of it all was further enhanced by the exclusion of…
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Hes the best
Something in this industry that you’ve got to deal with a lot is this weird attitude that people have of superiority.
And one of the greatest things I’ve ever heard is when Sean Penn got up to accept is Oscar and he said that we all know that there is no best in acting.
– Alex O’Loughlin
- Although I agree with Alex about the “no best in acting”, I do however think that there are definitely those who are better than others – And he is definitely one of those better ones …..
- And also there are those who are more dedicated to their craft and who are ‘in the moment’ when they do their job in order to make every chance they get to be a character, be a memorable one.
“I think I’d freak out! I mean, it’s a big deal,” [laugh]. “Talk about a life-long commitment. A ring and a set of vows is one thing, but another living being is another, especially if it’s not your child.”
Alex O’Loughlin, HollywoodCrush, MTV, April 2010
All of us experience our own lives, but apart from photos and video we never really witness anything of our life. Even less when we are born. Our conscious mind can’t even recall that moment; much less have any visual memory of it.
We have seen Alex on two occasions, being witness to a birth in the roles he played and after both, he took on the responsibility of parenthood, although they were not his biological children.
In The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant we have Mary giving birth to Charlotte, on the ship to Australia with Will witnessing the miracle. They say the best…
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