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:hiya:reneeruin ~  to our home away from home.  Loop Glow GIF by xponentialdesign

 

 

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"Time is too slow for those who wait; too swift for those who fear;

too long for  those who grieve; too short for those who rejoice.

But for those who love, time is eternity."

(Jane Fellowes)

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Love never dies, for those who share ongoing love, with family, friends and those most dear to them. During this Corona pandemic, we must also hold onto hope for a brighter future.

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I never found it a problem, that each series of Millennium went in a new direction. Having said that, I don’t even see that there was a really severe disconnect; between series two and three. Stylistically, yes. But, series thee still seemed to flow well; in terms of continuity. And, the introduction of Special Agent Hollis also helped to provide a source of some new storylines to take, in the sense of episodes which linked in; with her background or personae within the story. The music is also one of Millennium’s strengths, adding power and emotion, in such a way that the viewer almost feels; as if the narrative is unfolding before one’s very eyes.! Like with no other series, which I have known; Millennium’s audience feels drawn in - to the dark and sometimes frighteningly real situations; which comprise this world...

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