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A Nice Place in The Sun is a family blog with articles of interest to grown-ups, children's book reviews and children's stories.This blog does not accept paid reviews.
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Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment: Seabiscuit
2008-06-07 13:18:00
"You don't throw a whole life away just 'cause it's banged up a little." Tom Smith (Chris Cooper) says to Charles Howard (Jeff Bridges) at the beginning of this powerful film about one of America's legends the race horse Seabiscuit; only to have his own words thrown back at him later on in the film by Howard when speaking of Red Pollack (Toby Maguire) Seabiscuits' soul mate and jockey. I decided to show a clip in honor of Seabiscuit today, because today is the 140th running of the Belmont Stakes. The Belmont Stakes is the third and final race of the top 3-year-old thoroughbred horse racing season. The first two races are the Preakness Stakes and the Kentucky Derby which were both won this year by Big Brown, therefore, Belmont Park just may turn up the first triple crown winner to win the triple crown since Affirmed in 1978.The Belmont Stakes 140 is at at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York, and is one of the oldest thoroughbred races in North America. Good Luck Big Brown~Moving...
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The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction
2008-06-05 21:48:00
Last week, I started a feature entitled To Tell You The Truth , in which I wrote two stories one true and one fiction, then I asked you to tell me which story was a fib, white lie, or fiction. I entitled the feature To Tell You The Truth , but I'm going to give it a different title each week, because I don't want to bore the robots. Soon I will make a sign...Anyway, how this feature works is after you've guessed which one is the truth let me know which one you think it is in comments. Then click on the link to another post for the answer.Do you think you can guess which one of these stories is true and which one is false? Well... be careful...because often the truth is stranger than fiction and you know you want to win the million dollar prize. (The million dollar prize part is False)This weeks answer is written at the top of the post linked here And here is a list with a link to last weeks readers who guessed correctly:Mauniejames3 at Mauniejames3Dawn at Twisted Sister Paula at S...
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Dona Nobis Pacem ~ Grant Us Peace~ A Revolution of Words
2008-06-04 10:00:00
I'm excited to join the fourth annual Blogblast For Peace , which began as a simple post by Mimi from Mimi Writes in the fall of 2006. The message Mimi sent in her first post "Dona Nobis Pacem" Latin for "Grant Us Peace" has traveled from blog to blog reaching 35 countries and 46 states, an amazing accomplishment, that makes you feel warm all over. And today, I'll be jumping on this train carrying " A Revolution of Words " with other bloggers throughout the blogosphere. Together we'' ll have our Peace globes posted along with our favorite words about what peace means to each of us individually- One of my favorite writers, Ralph Waldo Emerson, summed the idea of peace up nicely for me, when he wrote of a way for an individual to contribute to the harmony in the world, he said,"To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children...to leave the world a better place...to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. Th...
What Was Your Worst Or Most Unpredictable Morning?
2008-06-03 22:07:00
Hey diddle, diddle The cat and the fiddle.The cow jumped over the moon.The little dog laughed to see such a sportand the dish ran away with the spoon. Hey Diddle, Diddle, was my son's favorite nursery rhyme, was playing in my head when I woke up this morning. This rhyme reminds me of all the unpredictable and humorous moments in life- the kind of moments I usually have in the morning. Because in the morning when I'm barely conscious, I try to perform tasks my mind and body are incapable of grasping, that is, until I have a few cups of coffee. This morning was pretty nice except, I had another attack of writer's block concerning Tuesday's Question. And then, I thought of the nursery rhyme and it hit me, why not ask you, "What Was The Worst Morning Of Your Life? Or the most unpredictable? My answer is an excerpt of a post I wrote about one of my worst mornings in August of 2007. Hence, if you're a new reader, you can click on this link to read the whole story about that mornin...
Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron in Sweet November: Saturday's Favorite Mo
2008-05-31 09:31:00
The songs is Enya-Only time This Saturday's favorite movie moment is actually a bunch of movie moments from Sweet November accompanied by the song Only Time from Enya. Sweet November, stars Charlize Theron and Keanu Reeves in addition to an array of some great looking dogs. An excellent film, Sweet November reminds us to stop and remember what a true gift life is...Keanu Reeves character discovers through the lead character (Theron) the true meaning of friendship and our God given potential to give compassion and love to each other, animals, and even wayward strangers... There are no words or seconds to waste while we're here on earth, and yet we waste a lot of them, therefore this movie reminds us to make all of ...
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To Tell You The Truth
2008-05-29 23:04:00
To Tell You The Truth one of these stories is fictional and one is well...a white lie...or not the truth...or based on truth...or fiction.Can you guess which one it is? The answer is in a post I have hidden away in archives, and the link to that post is at the bottom of this post. But, don't cheat, see if you can guess, besides if you cheat I will catch you and feed you to my cat Simon, and To Tell You The Truth you don't want to meet my cat Simon.The first story is entitled "Winston"I awoke each morning after Christmas one year terrified of a monkey Santa brought my brother. The monkey was tiny and slept in the bed with my brother, but I was still afraid. My mother finally put the monkey we decided to name "Winston" in his a cage in our laundry room, so I did feel better once he had his own place. I made sure Winston stayed in his cage at night for fear he would end up in bed with me. He hissed at everyone but my brother and he had big teeth for such a little monkey. Plus, he...
How Would I Know You? Describe Yourself To A Fellow blogger Sent To Pick
2008-05-27 21:57:00
Hello, and welcome to Tuesday's Question. I'm sorry it's so late in the day, but because I want to keep Tuesday's Question original, the train doesn't always come in on time- meaning, I had to push the big writers block out of my way- so please forgive my tardiness and enjoy this weeks inquiry into your lives.What physical characteristics would you use to tell a fellow blogger picking you up at the airport how to find you without the benefit of a sign?What about you would stand out in addition to your eye and hair color? What type of clothing would you be wearing? What kind of disguise will you use? For example, how would I know it was you reading this? (And I know a lot of you) Would you be the blue- eyed brown-haired man with a yellow hat holding a monkey? No, that's Curious George's father, and I would know Curious George's father, but how would I know my blogging buddies?...Sandee? Bud? Dawn? Robert? Misty? Speedy? Maunie Ferdc?In addition, what if I sent someone ...
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A Memorial Day Tribute
2008-05-26 23:40:00
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I did it! The You Cheer Me Up Blogroll Is Finally Posted.
2008-05-25 20:27:00
The You Cheer Me Up Award Blogroll Blogroll for the You Cheer Me Up Award Comedy PlusTwisted SisterChristyscoffeebreak.comLittle Aussie CynicSix for PaulaPolliwog's PondI million Love MessagesBeing A Mom Is GreatObservations From The Back 40lifeThe Blog ElfWTIT Tape Radio BlogThe Purple FrogcatSanta's Blog Of The DaySpeedcat Hollydale PageRevellian Dot ComMy Whimsy WorldMy Dogs Keep Me SaneFlowers on A FridayThe Painted VeilFirst Time Daddcr blogsDutchcornerThe Blue Ribbon BloggersCariboo PondererWhee All The Way HomeSanta's Magical Golden CatBinding InkThe View From HereJays WorldEat Your MathsMy Life Is Murphy's LawFruit SpeciesCooking With CoreyShe Walks In BeautyThe Rising BloggerNonsense, Fun, Tears, Happiness, and Anger All Rolled Into OneLooking Through The WindowWork Of The PoetAward Recipients for MarchFrom my DeskStacie's BlogMad TomatoJulie's BlogViviana WaltersMom of Three GirlsMusic Mom Of 2My Joyful Life As Momma And A WifeAnd Baby Makes FourA Sample Of ...
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Lady And The Tramp --Dream A Little Dream Of Me-Saturday's Favorite Movie M
2008-05-24 21:59:00
>This Saturday's favorite movie moment is the romantic affection shared between two special dogs, including their famous kiss from Walt Disney's The Lady And The Tramp-I love the original soundtrack in the movie, but Cornbugles added Mama Cass Elliot singing Dream A Little Dream Of Me to the clip and it works really well- I enjoyed it. This (me) amateurish movie reviewer rated this video with five stars, two dances around the living room with Simon (my cat) and a pint of double fudge chocolate chip ice-cream. In addition, let me know, (I ask this question every Saturday) what song is playing in your head over the week-end. If you don't have a song in your head now, you may before the week-ends over, so feel free to comment on as many songs as you wish-Well, that's it, except I hope you enjoyed the video and have a fantastic week-end~singing, giggling, dancing, etc...P.S. The song in my head is Dream A Little Dream Of...
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You Cheer Me Up Award Blogroll
2008-05-23 07:38:00
The You Cheer Me Up Award If you are an You Cheer Me Up Award Winner and would like a copy of code for the blogroll scrollbox leave a comment on the Award Page.Comedy PlusTwisted SisterChristyscoffeebreak.comLittle Aussie CynicSix for PaulaPolliwog's PondI million Love MessagesBeing A Mom Is GreatObservations From The Back 40lifeThe Blog ElfWTIT Tape Radio BlogThe Purple FrogcatSanta's Blog Of The DaySpeedcat Hollydale PageRevellian Dot ComMy Whimsy WorldMy Dogs Keep Me SaneFlowers on A FridayThe Painted VeilFirst Time Daddcr blogsDutchcornerThe Blue Ribbon BloggersCariboo PondererWhee All The Way HomeSanta's Magical Golden CatBinding InkThe View From HereJays WorldEat Your MathsMy Life Is Murphy's LawFruit SpeciesCooking With CoreyShe Walks In BeautyThe Rising BloggerNonsense, Fun, Tears, Happiness, and Anger All Rolled Into OneLooking Through The WindowWork Of The PoetAward Recipients for MarchFrom my DeskStacie's BlogMad TomatoJulie...
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Arte y Pico Award
2008-05-22 11:54:00
Sandee at Comedy Plus nominated me for the Arte y Pico Award created at the Arte y Pico blog. Then, she blew me away with what she said in my honor, “Ann is one of the most original bloggers out there. Her posts are always a great read. I so look forward to her Tuesday question each week. She also is a very dear friend." And I think of you as my dear friend as well, Sandee. I also think you are funny, kind, compassionate, intuitive...just an all round talent. You strike me as an independent spirit with a reckless sense of adventure- someone who cares about people- a leader- who will catch someone with their hand in a cookie jar, and smile, but not utter a word. Mel from Monday Morning Power awarded Sandee with the Arte y Pico and said that "her stories are priceless" and I have to agree, he also said, "She is truly one of the funniest people in the blogosphere." My hats off to you Sandee, and thank you for this honor~The Rules:1. You have t...
What Poem Are You? : Tuesday's Question
2008-05-21 00:26:00
Five comments of fantastic poetry posted! Just click "Read More" What Poem Are You? We all have a poem that speaks to us personally, whether we know it or not, because poets have the ability to tap into our feelings as if they’ve stepped inside our head and read our emotions and thoughts from a personally charted chalkboard. Great poets have influenced our society for centuries, contributing rare insight into the human spirit. Bob Dylan once said; “There would be no music without the words” and I will add, there would be no words without the poets, writers, songwriters and playwrights among us... We all have a poem. Hence, this Tuesday’s Question asks, What Poem Are You? Or on the other hand, you could ask the question, What Poem Is Yours? There are poets among us everywhere, not just the ones who are famous, but many are on the internet, and in books whose names are unknown, because some prefer to remain anonymous. Although, I’m th...
I'm Exasperated!
2008-05-20 22:10:00
I'm exasperated. Completely blown away. I apologize for the fact that Tuesday's Question is not posted. This is the first time I've ever had a post disappear but right at the end of writing Tuesday's Question that is exactly what happened. The post disappeared before my eyes and I have a dentist appt. in twenty minutes.I will return and post it and I hope you will return to participate- Today's Tuesday's Question is a great one~ Thanks for stopping by~ I am now going to be tortured by my dentist and as afore mentioned will post when I return.Thank you for your patience and understanding.TEXT Posted by Ann Clemmons
James Stewart Kills Time In Rear Window- This Saturday's Favorite Movie Mom
2008-05-17 17:04:00
This Saturday's Favorite movie moment is actually a short documentary with commentaries about the films plot, sub-plot, protagonist, supporting characters, and famous director Alfred Hitchcock.Have a happy Saturday and I hope you enjoy this Saturday's Favorite movie moment or moments or documentary- And if you haven't seen this film and your not absolutely busy doing something else, go and rent it- I can't think of a better way to kill time.TEXT Posted by Ann Clemmons
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Readers Comments: What Is The Worst Haircut You've Ever Had In Your Life?
2008-05-16 17:43:00
This weeks Tuesday's Question was "What is the worst haircut you're ever had in your life?"I'm sorry for the delay with posting the comments, but I wanted to give everyone a chance to answer.In addition, I received a request from Ferdc from Crazy Medical Cases to show my readers a picture of myself with the worst haircut of my life ... However, how many of you would show an internet picture of yourself after your head had been through a meat grinder by a maniac hairdresser?Therefore, I had my son draw a picture of what I looked like when I returned home from the worst haircut I've ever had in my life.The day of the trauma (the haircut) I walked around the house wondering whether to cut all of my hair off or wear a hat for the rest of my life, that's why I'm holding a hat in one hand and a pair of scissors in the other hand.However, after reading some of these experiences, it's nice to know I'm not alone in the world when it comes to bad hair days. Therefore, thanks to all o...
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Tuesday's Question: What is the Worst Haircut You've Ever Had?
2008-05-13 21:58:00
Have you ever felt irritable as soon as you got out of your bed, mainly because of what stares back at you in the mirror, in other words because of the way you look? You feel as if a cobweb is stuck to your face and the spider is missing, leaving you with two hands to find and remove both web and insect. Then, the mirror mirror on the wall tells you that Thing One and Thing Two have been partying on top of your head all night. In addition, it doesn’t matter what blouse you put on it doesn’t match, fit, and it needs ironing … Then you spend thirty minutes going through your closet taking clothes off their hangers so fast that within seconds you have enough garments to make a few patchwork quilts. Well, I've had quite a few of these kind of days and as much as I should know better, one day I decided I could remedy my bad feelings by getting a new haircut. And everyone knows that getting a haircut when you feel ugly is like going to the grocery store when you are ...
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Motherhood Is An Art
2008-05-11 08:49:00
“My mother is a poemI'll never be able to write,though everything I writeis a poem to my mother.” --Sharon DoubiagoI am fond of this quote, from the perspective of a daughter and writer. For me, my mother’s opinions, values, such as, what she would say, are always on my mind. We cannot help but characterize ourselves by the expression on our mothers face when we meet face to face.Our Mothers reflect our first mirror image, instructing us on our identity, before we're aware of our own individuality. I've asked people who have lost their mother when they were small, what they remember about her and they describe a feeling. I believe the feeling they remember is their mothers love; the one thing all of us remember the most about our mothers, or what we think of when we hear the word mother.A mothers love is an emotion impossible to explain; a vast sea of understanding and devotion, unmatched by any affection we will ever know again. I believe that adults sometimes expect...
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Louisiana's Stars
2008-05-10 08:49:00
I heard a u-haul moving a family next door to me yesterday, and I wasn't looking forward to it, because you never know what type of people your new neighbors will turn out to be. They could end up being enemies or friends for a lifetime, it’s just the luck of the draw, and whenever my cards were dealt for this deal, I was probably day-dreaming about something else, because I don't remember the occasion. By the way the image above is not a picture of my new neighbors, although the man may resemble the father; I didn’t meet the rest of the clan. I would have taken a picture of the Dad moving his furniture out of the U-haul as he yelled, “Hey, what do you do?” Although, I just said; “ I ‘m a photojournalist at the local paper” (because I was taking pictures of my cat Simon) and I thought if I said the local paper it would discourage him, but he didn’t respond. This guy looked like the kind of person who moved as slow as a worm most of time, but...
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Readers Answer Tuesday's Question:
2008-05-08 13:02:00
First, let me apologize for leaving out part of Tuesday's Question yesterday and today. Today it's because I don't want it to appear to be duplicate content. And yesterday instead of asking When You Were A Child Who did You Want To Be When You Grew Up, I asked; Who Did You Want To Be When You Grew Up? I can't believe I didn't notice (that typo) and I'm sorry- although I know you all knew what I meant there is no excuse for sloppy grammar... And thats not all, Ferd C from Texas Medical Freak said that I made another mistake, but I'm not sure I did, and I think he may be kidding but he said; "Interesting question, "Who" did you want to be, not "what" did you want to be." You see, Who and What are interchangeable when it comes to poorly written questions. I wish he would have caught how awful the sentence was, but I guess he was trying to be polite. And he did catch what I meant about who and what meaning the same or different things when it comes to what you what to...
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Tuesday's Question: Who Did You Want To Be When You Grew Up?
2008-05-06 19:28:00
Who Did You Want To Be When You Grew Up?A teacher once told me that curiosity is the basis of intelligence and I believed her then and now. Because when we ask a question we are searching for the truth about each other, our surroundings, and ourselves and thats clever.However, keep in mind that I was an inquisitive little girl who was constantly asking questions. For example, I asked my teacher one time, “How come the Indians taught us how to grow corn after we took their land away from them?”After which a boy in our class remarked, “Why do you let Ann ask so many dumb questions?”Then the children in the classroom began to snicker and softly mutter, “Yeah” to their friends, at which point I wished I were a fly floating around in a stew or squished against the wall somewhere.Hence, my teacher would say, “curiosity is the basis of intelligence” in my defense for the unkind remark, uttered by the same boy my friends and I never added to our “cute boys” list.And look...
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Saturdays Favorite Movie Moment: Turner And Hooch (and sort of a review)
2008-05-03 17:17:00
Happy Saturday~ This Saturdays favorite movie moment is from the hilarious film, Turner And Hooch. Turner and Hooch hit theaters in 1989 starring Tom Hanks, Hooch, and Mare Winningham. The film is about the friendship that develops between a Detective and his only witness to a crime- the victims dog- who has the worst manners of any dog in history. Ordinarily, Hooch's lack of obedience training would have been the least of Detective Scott Turners (Hanks character) concerns, except since the murder the two crime fighters are forced to become roommates, although at least they're after the same bad guy. This clip is Turner's way of encouraging Hooch to stay in his "room" at night- because his refusal to do so is causing...well, a few problems in Turner's personal and professional life. It's an oldie but goodie, and one of A Nice Place In The Sun's (me) favorite movie moments~ (same as every movie moment on Saturday) Thank you for watching and reading~ And have a happy, crazy, z...
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Readers Comment On Sleepless Nights
2008-05-02 12:45:00
(I didn't know how I was going to live")This weeks Tuesday's Question was How long Have You Been Without Sleep, And What Were The Consequences?Because often a night without sleep can make your brain feel dreadful- totally fried- I haven't been sleeping much lately, so a fried egg felt like the perfect metaphor commonly used when one feels burnt out-Hence, in my Tuesday's Question post I give a few examples of consequences, (By the way, I apologize for use of the word consequence. I don't like it anymore-) you can get into when you haven't had enough sleep... and I posted some links of posts I've written about my after effects of insomnia- one of which I linked here because I couldn't find it when I was in the frying pan. And if it hadn't been for Sandee at Comedy Plus, I still wouldn't know where it is- so thank you again Sandee.Moving on, as I mentioned I personified myself as a fried egg because I felt so much like one from the lack of sleep... Therefore here is what I...
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How Long Have You Been Without Sleep, And What Were The Consequences?
2008-04-30 00:03:00
Hello and welcome to Tuesday's Question~ How long Have You Been Without Sleep , And What Were The Consequences ?Because, the consequences of a night without sleep, make you feel as if your brain is totally fried- gone. Although, the more I think of it the image of the compass above might be a better illustration. In any case, if you're anything like me, you face dreadful consequences when you lose sleep.For instance, you may leave home with two different earrings on, ( guys and girls) or forget to zip up your pants...or lock your keys in your car... just think about it a minute because I know you've done something-I'm not sure how long I've gone without sleep all at once, but I know every time I've missed too much sleep, trouble is on the way... Like the time I was stuck at the Mercy of my bathroom faucet and when I walked around with something on the front of shirt half the day,(Momma Said There Would Be Days Like This), and most recently Has It Really Been A Week wh...
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Please Bear With Me
2008-04-29 21:25:00
Please bear with me; Tuesday's Question's next masterpiece will post shortly~TEXT Posted by Ann Clemmons
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Saturday's Movie Moment: The Shawshank Redemption: Hope
2008-04-26 12:49:00
I hope...you remain mindful of the good things that keep your dreams, wishes, and plans alive- and live everyday with the excited spirit and open heart of a child... I adored so many scenes in this movie, but now I'm certain this is my favorite one. I hope you've enjoyed this Saturday's favorite movie moment. Have a happy and fun week-end~ Cheers~TEXT Posted by Ann Clemmons
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Readers Answer Tuesday's Question: What Is The Worst Food You've Ever Tast
2008-04-23 13:53:00
Yesterday was a short but great post thanks to three of my most loyal readers answers to the most recent of Tuesday's Question in awhile: What is the worst food You've Ever Tasted In Public? Plus, I created a Tuesday's Question image link to the comment page if you would like to read any of these bloggers past comments or yourself if you've ever commented to Tuesday's Question. All you have to do is copy the code and put it in your sidebar and it will link to the comments page, instead of having to search through archives to find the comment page. Also, your readers will be able to read your answers by clicking on the link from your blog. Yesterday, I believe I may have taken the long way around articulating the reason for the brag badge or Tuesday's Question image, so I saved that post in draft. I wonder if perhaps it's been too long since I posted Tuesday's Question, especially when there wasn't a response to the brag badge post, but maybe it was just too confusin...
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What's The Worst Food You've Ever Tasted In Public?
2008-04-22 05:13:00
This Tuesday's Question asks What's The Worst Food You've Ever Tasted In Public ? I posted the image of a waiter because I was thinking in terms of a business meeting or date when I wrote the question. Although, there is nothing worse than looking into the eyes of a loved one who can't cook, but has labored over their love for you, then asked; "Well, what do you think? Or "Will you taste this?" Or what is almost worse are the dreadful holiday guests who bring recipes that are so awful your entire family remembers the experience for decades- like in the case of a post I wrote entitled The Sound Of A Slamming Screen Door. It's a long post, but if you have time it has a part in it about my grandmothers friends plum pudding. Basically it just tasted awful and my family spent most of Christmas Eve either in the bathroom sick or hiding somewhere giggling in private. Therefore, I think the worse situation you can be in when you have to swallow something unbearable, is in the company o...
This Week-end's Favorite Movie Moment
2008-04-20 01:02:00
I was running late posting Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment , so I decided to change the posts title to This Week -ends Favorite Movie Moment. Because one of the greatest advantages a woman has is the prerogative to change her mind. In addition, I've decided to familiarize myself with "Towanda's" attitude, much like Evelyn Couch, (Kathy Bates) did a fine job of accomplishing in this scene from Fried Green Tomatoes. Fried Green Tomatoes stars Jessica Tandy, Kathy Bates, Mary Stuart Masterson, Mary Louise Parker, and Chris O'Donnell. In this week-ends favorite movie moment Evelyn Couch (Kathy) becomes her "new independent self" Towanda with a little help from her new hormone pills. I'm not sure if I'm hormone ready, but I have a feeling these pills will come in handy someday. If you haven't seen Fried Green Tomatoes, it's time to rent it, because this movie has it all- it's a terrific film. Enjoy and have a great week-end.TEXT Posted by Ann Clemmons
Shh...Don't Wake Her!
2008-04-18 08:26:00
That's my roommate in the video- she shared a room with me in the hospital. She apologizes for falling asleep, but we couldn't get a wink of sleep in that place. Which reminds me, I'm sorry I haven't posted in awhile, I've been too tired to function since my visit to the medical facility for tests. Either a nurse or a person in charge of blood pressure kept coming in our room every five seconds all night. If they weren't knocking over the litter box they were cutting the circulation off in my arm with their "vital sign" devices. I was just there for testing, and I've been home for several days, but I still can't hold my eyes open. I know it sounds weird, but my mother took me to a movie the other day and I fell asleep in the middle of it- I also wrote a few incoherent posts that I decided were better left in draft. It's getting to the point where I can relate to Rip Van Winkle and Sleeping Beauty who both slept for a hundred years. I believe Rip Van Winkle was being tau...
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