Moya Brennan – con Bono In A Lifetime (CLANNAD)

in a lifetime (CLANNAD)

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Moya Brennan – St.Petersburg ’09 – In A Lifetime

does anyone remember a movie on lifetime about three women who had abortions? They all lived in different decades and faced different circumstances. I can’t remember the name. It was a LIFETIME movie. Thanks

Digital sheet music source: Brennan – In A Lifetime

I do not remember it but I googled it for you.Was it If these wall could talk?If These Walls Could Talk is a 1996 Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominated made for television movie, broadcast on HBO. It follows the plights of three different women and their experiences with abortion. Each of the three stories takes place in the same house in three different years: 1952, 1974, and 1996. All three segments were co-written by Nancy Savoca. Savoca directed the first and second segment while Cher directed the third.The women’s experiences in each vignette are designed to demonstrate the popular views of society on the issue in each of the given decades. The film became a surprise success, and was HBO’s highest rated movie ever. The film’s success was followed by an international release, and spawned a sequel, If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000), starring Sharon Stone, Michelle Williams, Chloë Sevigny and Ellen DeGeneres, which deals with homosexuality in three different eras.The films Common Ground (2000) and The Hours (2002) would also use a similar format to address the issue of homophobia as If These Walls Could Talk. Anne Heche, who starred in the 1996 segment went on to direct the sequel, which received an Emmy Award.Cast1952 segment:Demi Moore – Claire Donnelly Shirley Knight – Mary Donnelly Catherine Keener – Becky Donnelly Jason London – Kevin Donnelly CCH Pounder – Jenny Ford 1974 segment:Sissy Spacek – Barbara Barrows Xander Berkeley – John Barrows Hedy Burress – Linda Barrows Janna Michaels – Sally Barrows Ian Bohen – Scott Barrows Zack Eginton – Ryan Barrows 1996 segment:Anne Heche – Christine Cullen Cher – Dr. Beth Thompson Jada Pinkett Smith – Patti Eileen Brennan – Tessie Lindsay Crouse – Frances White Craig T. Nelson – Jim Harris Matthew Lillard – Protester [edit] Awards and nominations

I do not remember it but I googled it for you.Was it If these wall could talk?If These Walls Could Talk is a 1996 Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominated made for television movie, broadcast on HBO. It follows the plights of three different women and their experiences with abortion. Each of the three stories takes place in the same house in three different years: 1952, 1974, and 1996. All three segments were co-written by Nancy Savoca. Savoca directed the first and second segment while Cher directed the third.The women’s experiences in each vignette are designed to demonstrate the popular views of society on the issue in each of the given decades. The film became a surprise success, and was HBO’s highest rated movie ever. The film’s success was followed by an international release, and spawned a sequel, If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000), starring Sharon Stone, Michelle Williams, Chloë Sevigny and Ellen DeGeneres, which deals with homosexuality in three different eras.The films Common Ground (2000) and The Hours (2002) would also use a similar format to address the issue of homophobia as If These Walls Could Talk. Anne Heche, who starred in the 1996 segment went on to direct the sequel, which received an Emmy Award.Cast1952 segment:Demi Moore – Claire Donnelly Shirley Knight – Mary Donnelly Catherine Keener – Becky Donnelly Jason London – Kevin Donnelly CCH Pounder – Jenny Ford 1974 segment:Sissy Spacek – Barbara Barrows Xander Berkeley – John Barrows Hedy Burress – Linda Barrows Janna Michaels – Sally Barrows Ian Bohen – Scott Barrows Zack Eginton – Ryan Barrows 1996 segment:Anne Heche – Christine Cullen Cher – Dr. Beth Thompson Jada Pinkett Smith – Patti Eileen Brennan – Tessie Lindsay Crouse – Frances White Craig T. Nelson – Jim Harris Matthew Lillard – Protester

What are some great vacation spots in the United States? My husband and I like to go somewhere new every year. Where are some of your favorite places to vacation in the US?
I love northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. Lake Michigan has the best beaches and a Beautiful shoreline. In the Upper Peninsula there are over 300 waterfalls. Porcupine Mountain also known as Lake of the clouds is AWESOME! Pictured rocks national lake shore is Beautiful I love going to Mackinaw Island and Mackinaw city ..Lake Michigan has the best sunsets

New Orleans is tops for food and jazz, although the city can be pretty empty at times. I have great memories of Arnaud’s, Antoine’s, Commodore’s Palace, Brennan’s, K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen, and Cafe du Monde Take a New Orleans tour, and be certain to visit during Mardi Gras if you love human spectacles (the major hotels set up bleachers; inquire ahead of time for ticket availability). I wouldn’t go if I didn’t plan to spend money on fine dining personally.I enjoyed a river tour down to the Chalmette Battlefield. Others have told me that Alligator Annie’s Swamp & Marsh Tour, although Annie has passed on, is well worth the time, but I’ve never done it.annie-miller.com/Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Grand Canyon (allow time for Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona’s Red Rock Country) are all places that I wouldn’t want to miss in a lifetime. Allow sufficient time to soak up the beauty of these places, especially Yosemite and Yellowstone. Colorado Springs with Pike’s Peak and the Garden of the Gods is beautiful, but I would want to visit the famed national parks first.New York City’s museums are top notch, Broadway is Broadway, but my favorite place is the Empire State Building at night, but especially on a clear night. For some reason, the lines are much shorter nearer to closing. Tours of the harbor and the Statue of Liberty shouldn’t be missed. Personally, I would want to check out the Intrepid.intrepidmuseum.org/Washington, D.C. offers a tremendous plate of opportunities. There are so many attractions that some sites, such as the National Cathedral, nearby Williamsburg and Mount Vernon, are missed by most visitors.If you like history, I wouldn’t want to miss a tour of Gettysburg and Antietam (I personally prefer Antietam). It could be combined with a visit to Baltimore (National Aquarium), Washington, or both.Dayton, Ohio, is the mecca of aviation history. The U.S. Air Force Museum is the world’s best military air museum and takes a day to tour, at a minimum. You can walk through many presidential airplanes. The federal government has preserved many of the Wright Brothers’ sites, including the Huffman Prairie Flying Field, where the first airplane was developed and flown (the Wrights only flew a powered glider at Kitty Hawk). The first real airplane isn’t at the Smithsonian but at Dayton’s Carillon Park, an enjoyable historical park, and you can get within five feet of it.files.asme.org/ASMEORG/Communities/History/Landmarks/5661.pdfDayton, once one of the wealthiest cities in the U.S. as a center of the aircraft, automobile and cash register (NCR) industries, among others, has a very good art museum.You could combine a trip to Dayton with a visit to Cincinnati, Columbus, or even the Wilds, a gigantic wildlife preserve. Or, you could head about three hours north to Cedar Point, the roller coaster capital of the world, and the Lake Erie islands.lake-erie.com/Another of my favorite places is the Signature Lounge atop the John Hancock Center in Chicago, a city which would merit a 2-3 days stay at a minimum in the summer.Of course, everybody loves San Francisco. Many friends, however, number Alaska among their favorite destinations.If you go to Orlando, head east for the Kennedy Space Center and the nearby coastline parks. I loved the pier at Cocoa Beach at night, much more enjoyable for some reason than the piers in southern California.BOL for a number of great vacations in coming years!

Yellowstone is very cool if you want to see nature stuff you cannot see elsewhere. There are geysers and bears and moose and wolves.Most of the park is inside a giant volcano, after all.We love Hilton Head island. Much of it is gated communities so it makes a big difference where you stay there. From there you can Savannah Ga. Kiawa Island is a beach/condo kind of place that is close to Charleston. Charleston has some cool stuff to see. We did the carriage tour there. We toured an aircraft carrier, and saw a plantation, and Fort Sumter.Disney World is always good.Boston is very cool if you are at all curios about the early history of our country. Check out sites on the Freedom Trail. It is a red line of paint and brick that leads you to many of the historic sites including the Old North Church(one if by land, two if by sea) and the USS Constitution.