Now, this is a ton of fun!

And we think it might inspire you to be very productive and creative during this never-ending quarantine that we find ourselves in right now.

Aylia Caulwell and her husband Dan have been spending their time recreating iconic scenes from movies and I think it’s safe to say that they’re doing a bang-up job.

Now, this is what I call “time well spent”.

Let’s take a look at some of their creations. Enjoy!

1. An excellent adventure!

Bill and Ted forever!

2. Home Alone.

Time to defend the house.

3. The famous shower scene.

Psycho is a masterpiece.

4. A little Lord of the Rings action.


5. Are you a Twilight fan?

Just admit it…

6. Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze.

Let’s get dirty!

7. Gotta go back in time!

A timeless classic!

8. Are you ready to dance?

I sure hope so!

9. A good one!

Have you seen this underrated gem?

10. The Matrix.

All kinds of action about to break loose.

11. Here’s lookin’ at you.

An old classic.

12. How to Train Your Dragon.

This is good.

13. Yes! Heeeeere’s Johnny!

I love the homemade axe.

14. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

This one is all in the family.

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The fight for good has made some significant strides in these last few weeks. Breonna Taylor’s murder case has been reopened. They arrested all four officers responsible for the death of George Floyd, and upped the charges against his murderer. LA is redistributing $150 million from the LAPD budget to invest in communities of color. Marches have happened in all 50 states and around the world, pressuring our representatives to introduce legislative change. And all that happened because of the protests, the emails, the donations. But unfortunately the fight is far from over. Just yesterday, Georgia was rampantly suppressing the black vote claiming it was for the safety of voters due to the coronavirus, even though more and more businesses are opening around the country. It’s so frustrating that it’s so hard to get people in power to do the right thing. We elect them hoping they will take the responsibility. It is, after all, their jobs to do so. But it’s an imperfect (REALLY imperfect) system, and the way we fix it is by getting loud, donating, hitting the streets, making angry calls and sending angry emails, and never relenting. I have learned so much these last weeks. My privilege has shielded me from so many horrors – many of which were not even hidden. My eyes are being opened to the police brutality and the over funding crises and I’m mad as hell. But anger is exhausting. What we truly need right now is heart, integrity, and a fuckton of courage. So I hope this helps brighten your day, but never forget that the fight isn’t close to over. Now let’s start down that yellow brick road which hopefully leads to real racial equality. You can find a link in my bio with wonderful resources to help the cause.

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Those are pretty awesome, don’t you think? I told you this was a great way to spend your quarantine!

Now we’d like to hear from you.

In the comments, tell us what you’ve been up to during quarantine and fill us in on how you’ve been spending your time.

We look forward to hearing from you!