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Today’s prompt is “flyer/ad.”  We are to look at the latest flyer or ad we got in the mail of which I get plenty, but we drove to the mountains yesterday and all the mail is at home. No mailbox here, so no junk mail! Yay! Another option Linda gave us was an on-line ad. Hmmm. That will work, because I want to write about a movie I watched after seeing the trailer on line, probably on YouTube.  The trailer for Harriet, intrigued me. It’s the story of Harriet Tubman and how she got to rescue so many slaves through the underground railroad.

The movie had me on the edge of my seat with the escape scenes. Would they make it? Or would they get caught and be beat to death?  It had me in tears, too. The kind of tears that are like happy tears, but also being MOVED profoundly and some sad tears.  I learned so much more about Harriet Tubman than I ever imagined beyond the little I got from history class.

She was a real life hero with a supernatural ability to see visions or warnings from God. That’s how the movie portrayed her gift of “spells” from brain damage when she had her skull “cracked” as a slave.  Her spirituality awed me. I want to watch the movie again and take notes.  Knowing more of her story, the trailer now gives me chills.  Her courage took her into the realms of what was once thought impossible. I think she had an army of angels watching her, guiding her.

Go see this powerful movie!

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Jesus follower, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again as well as the short version: From Loneliness to Love.

28 thoughts on “Harriet

  1. I would like to see this movie now 🙂
    Thank you for sharing 💕

  2. I’ve been wanting to see this movie, but haven’t been able to. Your review makes me want to go this weekend. Sounds amazing.

  3. You’re a very special and beautiful human. ❤

  4. I saw a trailer for the movie. It looked to be an excellent movie and well worth anyone’s time and money. I don’t go to movies- just too suspenseful for me and too much excitement. From the looks of the trailer I envision some academy award nominations. I sure hope the moive gets it due respect and recognition.

  5. I will have to wait for the movie to come out on DVD, but I am definitely watching as soon as it does! I’ve taught Black History college courses and Harriet Tubman was always one of my favourites to teach about … a true hero!

    • A true hero she was! I wonder if it will be shown in classrooms. Movies can make such a big impression. Watching the movie, Harriet, I could feel some of the fear and see her determination. The music was beautiful, too. They added a few details, but I think that’s okay.

  6. The movie must stream into my living room, or at least be in the Redbox before I can see it, but YES, I want to see it 🙂

  7. This movie was definitely on my want to see list…now it is on my MUST SEE!! Thanks, JoAnna. Sweet Blessings to you. Hope the holiday was peaceful and full of love ❤

    • I know you’ll love the movie. The holiday was busy and full of love. Blessings to you, dear Lorrie. I wish you peace and joy. ❤

      • Hi Joanna. I saw the movie and loved it. Such an important piece of history…and a remarkable woman. And wow…the actress was so good…and she sang the closing song…which leads me to believe it was her voice throughout the movie. Happy you had a wonderful holiday…and so funny…your wish for me is so very close to my next post 🌝
        Sweet Blessings 💜

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