Phyllis Sweetwater @ The Epitome was my hundredth so YEAY!
Thanks everybody. I can't imagine I'm that interesting but I'm gonna live in my dilusional world of awesome-sauce for today. So whoo! *you can totally picture me doing this>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>*
Thank you guys.
It's spring time in Italy, so says my television, and that is where I want to be as the cold weather has begun to settle in around these parts. I can't promise this won't come up again: I HATE COLD.
But This post isn't about literature love. It is about my childhood love I have carried since I was very small. It was a movie I watched every time I went to my grandparents house--something I looked forward to every time we made the drive, popping in those 2 VHS videos. Made me love musicals, theater, etc.
This movie gives me chills, makes me cry, warms my heart, and makes me smile every time I see it, hear the songs, or see the actors.
And it is now a 45 year old movie! So Happy Birthday to The Sound of Music!
Julie Andrews is a hero of mine. I cried for her in 1997 when she had the surgery that would end her wide range of singing. I love and hold very dear her movies and the memories she is associated with in my life.
I missed the first time the whole 7 children, Julie Andrews, and Christopher Plummer came together again since the movie was filmed on Oprah but someone put the videos online, and so I was able to enjoy every second of that show. I am happy to take a Funny Friday off to post them for you all.
And because I am incapable of leaving you funny-less: This is probably the funniest thing I have seen all week. "Bieber!"
Just in case you wanted it, HERE you can buy your very own Harry Potter Snuggie. That's right. HP SNUGGIE. Wow.
Happy weekend, all!