angelicmobster8: (Ghost)
[Error: unknown template qotd]When I was eleven maybe, my friend and I made our own Ouiji (sp?) board. We totally pretended it works, and the ghost told us to go to a park halfway across town at midnight or something.
angelicmobster8: (Butterfly)
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It would probably be something that if long enough for me to also read on the plan ride home. Also, it would be something that I started reading, and never got the time to finish. Right now it would be Catch-22 by Joseph Heller. I don't know how long I've been reading it, but everything has been so hectic. And I love this book, but I don't even think I'm half way through. I miss the old days when I could read a book in three days or less, but my mind is too tired and sometimes it can't handle new information.
angelicmobster8: (WTF?)
Ugh, I hate iPods. I miss my little mp3 player. I named it Fernando, it's been dead for a while. My iPod is named Eddie, and I hate it!
angelicmobster8: (Shoe)
[Error: unknown template qotd]Sit in the shade and read. Walk along the river with a friend. Ice-cream. Cool movie theatres.

When I was little, playing in a sprinkler or "pool" was pretty big. I usually didn't go to Waterworld, because I couldn't really swim, and they made a rule against wearing t-shirt over bathing suits, which Chantel and I did often. Also, have a nighttime bonfire, which is illegal now.
angelicmobster8: (Ghost)
[Error: unknown template qotd]I was more fearless. Or I had fears, but they didn't stop me from doing certain things like they do today. Also, inventing imaginary worlds with my friends, that were way more fantastical (?) than my current daydreams.
angelicmobster8: (Katharine Hepburn)
[Error: unknown template qotd]The Ref, I wore out the VHS tape. I still love it so much. Favourite Christmas movie. They are like my family, but more funny, and Denis Leary has them hostage.

Runners up include:
1. Almost all Disney movies, which I still love
2. Practical Magic, not so much anymore. Could have been way better.
3. Fern Gully, still love it. Has Tim Curry as a villain, he's awesome.
4. Labrynth & Legend (the directors cut)
5. Other movies not marketted (sp?) to children: Die Hard, Scrooged, Big Trouble in Little China, and Se7en.
6. Movies I don't quite remember so much, but I know I loved: The Sandlot, Neverending Story, Princess & the Goblin, and the two movies I mentioned in a recent post: Milo & Otis and The Polar Bear King.

There's so many. Oh I forgot, I used to watch musicals all of the time with Harpy. Mostly Meet Me in St. Louis.

Edit: Read other comments and remembered a bunch more:
- The Last Unicorn
- Beetlejuice, Nightmare Before Christmas, and Batman Returns
- TMNT, the one from the 80's
- Wizard of Oz
- Princess Bride and Dragonheart

Movies

Mar. 5th, 2009 05:21 pm
angelicmobster8: (Piggy)
It's so strange to find a movie that you loved as a child, and discover things you never noticed before. Like two of my faves were foreign language films:

1. Milo & Otis (1986) Japan
2. Polar Bear King, The (1991) Norway & Sweden

They were dubbed so I couldn't tell. I probably would have been able to tell with the second, but I didn't have glasses back then. So I woulnd't have been able to see that the lips and dialogue didn't match.
angelicmobster8: (Eye)
Classical music can be so confusing.

I remember when I would stay at Harpys place, I would pretend to play her piano. It had buttons that played famous works, I would usually pick Beethovens Moonlight Sonata or Fur Elise and pretend to play along. I would have never have taken lessons from Harpy, she's too mean and probably would have whipped my hands with a ruler.
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"I stopped believing in Santa Claus when my mother took me to see him in a department store, and he asked for my autograph."
- Shirley Temple

I miss drinking Shirley Temples. I need to get grenadine. It sounds like a drug and it's expensive.

The Zipper

Jan. 5th, 2008 11:33 am
angelicmobster8: (Rose)


I miss the Zipper. I only went on it once with Chantel, I think I was 12. That was the best part of the day, because we weren't able to buy enough tickets. I actually found the ride very relaxing, Chantel screamed a bit. I don't think they have the Zipper at Winder carnivals anymore.

Yon know, I haven't been to a carnival at night for YEARS. I vaguely remember going to one with my mom, and we went on the ferris wheel. I think. I get a lot of my early memories mixed up with dreams so I don't know.

I would love to go to a carnival/festival (especially at night), but I don't have anyone to go with. I don't have any friends. I guess I could try with TaSha, but I can never make plans with her, she's unreliable. I've learned not to depend on her.

I don't know what brought this all up, especially in January.

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