Wednesday, June 30, 2010

P.S. I Love You

The first time I watched "P.S. I Love You," I hated it. It's a long story why, so just accept that I really didn't like it. Then, the other day, I decided that I should give it a second chance.

After watching it a second time, there are still parts of it that kind of bug me. But, I think, when it comes down to it, I actually do like it.

There's one quote in the movie that really hit me, and I fell in love with it. "I bet you've had a hard time walking into a room full of people on your own, right? Yeah. I know that. I know what it is not to feel like you're in the room until he looks at you or touches your hand or even makes a joke at your expense, just to let everyone know... you're with him. You're his."

I didn't cry, but I almost did. It seems like a lot of romantic movies make me cry these days. Is that pathetic? Yes, it is. But that's okay, because soon enough, he'll be here again.

And no, I'm not going to end this post with "P.S. I love You."

But I will end it with my favorite Gerard Butler quote of the movie: "I know what I want because I'm holding it in my hands. You."

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

My Mom The Photographer

I've never really considered my mom a photographer.  She takes pictures once in a blue moon, and is more worried about actually taking the picture than getting a really, really good one.  You know, that's fine.  Most people are like that with pictures.

But when I saw this picture, I immediately had to reconsider.

Wow, Mom.  You're fantastic. :)

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

We're all mad here.

"I was just thinking about what it would be like to fly."
"Why ever would you be thinking about something so impossible?"
"Why not?  My father used to say that he believed in six impossible things before breafast."

"I just had a vision of all the women in trousers and the men were all in dresses."
"I think, perhaps, that you ought to keep your visions to yourself.  When in doubt, silence is best."

"Alice!  I'd know him anywhere."

"Curiouser and curiouser."


"I'll take you to the Hare and the Hatter, but that's as far as I go."

"Tell me, why is a raven like a writing desk?"
"I have absolutely no clue!"

"You could stay."

You know, I really didn't like the animated version.  Perhaps it was the music that I didn't particularly like.  But I LOVED the new one. :)  It was so... ridiculous!

Sometimes I believe in six impossible things before breakfast.