Son Nick is doing well at work and school in upstate New York.
He accompanies us on the road trips across the Eastern USA.
“‘Till death do us part” is one of the most horrible ideas ever conceived.
If your religion precludes the acceptance of other religions, it’s not a huge step to go from “You are wrong” to “You’re a heretic,” because your standards have narrowed so greatly.
The whole point is that you cant tell much from a profile, anyway, so using some complex algorithm to assess whether the partner is as kind as Mother Teresa or as smart as Einstein is a fools errand.Marie is a former co-president and her late mother Jan was very active in the organization.She produces, hosts, writes and books guests, who discuss all aspects of gardening, civic issues and gracious living.In Episode 5, Fisher and More's refusal to sign an oath of allegiance recognising Henry's supreme authority as head of the English church eventually leads to their executions.The Tudors is a historical fiction television series set primarily in 1500s England, created and entirely written by Michael Hirst and produced for the American premium cable television channel Showtime.Hope this finds you in good health and comes with lots of good wishes for you and yours.Here are a few thoughts from me: As I reported last year, I retired from my weekly television film review programme at the end of 2014, but that hasn’t resulted in a quieter life.The Tudors premiered on 1 April 2007; it was the highest-rated Showtime series in three years.Although named after the Tudor dynasty as a whole, it is based specifically upon the reign of King Henry VIII of England.I’m still lecturing on film history at Sydney University, and for the past year have been concentrating on films of the early 1950s (3D, the advent of wide screens, the start of the exodus of Hollywood talent to Italy etc.) I also still contribute a weekly film review to this country’s national broadsheet.In Episode 6, Thomas Cromwell, who has assumed More's office as Chancellor of England, announces his plans to cleanse England of dissenters to the New Monarchy.