A wee bit about Realweegiemidget Reviews.
Wee ( 5ft ) Scottish lass, married nearly two years (at time of update) – but together for a lot longer – to much taller, not much younger, English husband, living in Finland. 2 Star Wars, Superhero, Minecraft loving stepdudes – the supertall 12-year-old stepson and his not so “wee” 9-year-old brother – invade every second weekend where we speak Finglish and eat anything but Finnish food in where the stepdudes affectionately call Little Britain. Will be gittering on – ie talking about – about entertainment with tales about Finland, Scotland, expat stepmother life, films, music, television programmes, books, Dallas (the original series), mental health and other random topics.
Speaking of random topics, credit where credit due, my Gravatar and WordPress blog icon is from Shannon McGee and can be found in Flickr here, it has not been altered. This picture is also found on my blog promotion sites of Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. It’s called “Movie Night W/Cina” and it’s just purrfect.
For the background picture, a big thanks to my supertall wee sister, Hari MacMillan who photographed and organised her huge retro video collection. As a wee thanks have dedicated No 23’s review on International Velvet one of her favourite films to her. Also a big thanks for one of my best girlfriends Toria, for her support and ideas, which helped me when writing this blog.
Also Realweegiemidget is my pseudonym as translates a “real little Glaswegian” from the Scottish which kinda sums me up really. Anyway I’d like to say a big thanks for you for reading and possibly following this blog. I would love to read any feedback, comments and review suggestions you have.
And finally a superhuge thanks my Darlin’ Husband for being my editor and main supporter when writing this blog. I would like to point out he is darlin’ without the G not as a reference to those forum sites who talk about the DH. It is however an homage to the great, late Larry Hagman who – on being cast as the man you love to hate, J.R. Ewing in Dallas – was called Darlin’ by Linda Gray – who was to be cast as his wife Sue Ellen – on meeting her on their first day on the Dallas (1978-91) set.
Anyway Darlin’, thank you for helping me with understanding all the computer stuff (such knowing that Stats is not a motivational pop up of at shirtless Jason Statham when you finish a blog entry), random film facts, providing the tissues when I sob, stopping me from getting irritated and turning green at times and not minding getting your hand squeezed when I get scared. I love you now, today, always and tomorrow.