Based on Stephen Kings 1986 novel, the original IT movie was released in 2017. I didn’t have the courage to see it then. But this time, SheSociety sent me an invitation to the sequel IT Chapter Two and I courageously decided to face my fears.
Horror movies were never my thing. But guess what, I actually enjoyed it and yes there were a few moments my eyes were semi closed but overall the story captured my interest and the scary bits fell into place.
Seven young outcasts from a small town called Derry, in Maine USA, who originally formed their own Losers Club when they were kids, face their worst nightmare and, they thought, had defeated IT.
Resurfacing after twenty year Pennywise returns to their home town to prey on the town’s children.
Although scattered around the country the band of friends who are now adults, reluctantly reunite and overcome their personal fears to battle this ancient, shape shifting deadly, evil clown, Pennywise.
To do this they first needed to conquer their own deepest fears and the story continues in their quest to become losers no more and remove Pennywise once and for all.
In cinemas now.
On the birth of her two grandsons, Ruth Greening experienced an awakening in her life and entering Gen GP (Generation Grandparent) she was given the moniker Nanny Babe as her ‘grandmother’ title. She found things had changed since her child rearing days, and an adjustment to new parenting concepts was required. Hence the birth of the Nanny Babe blog from a baby boomers perspective.
Ruth holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & Philosophy, completing this degree while working as a hairdresser and supporting her two children as a single mother. Ruth has worked in the corporate world for approximately thirty years and has recently retired to address her artistic passions.
She is experienced in senior management positions, marketing, modelling, commercials, film, community radio and writing.
Nanny Babe is active with her hobbies—fitness, writing, blogging, jewellery, crafts, singing, dancing, memoirs, mentoring and now faces diversity and self-discovery on her recent ‘retirement’ path. Connect with Nanny Babe on her blog – hit the link above!