Well, first of all, September 5th is National Be Late for Something Day. And I made it through the day without actually being late to anything. Until my list. I was late posting my list. Oops!
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We’re on to day 3. I like this prompt, but let me make a confession first. After seeing all the other beautiful #30Lists creatively displayed, it may be possible that I broke out my stamping supplies and started something simple. More on that later.
I figure that I can work on this list while sitting on the bus headed to the Minnesota State Fair, something I’m trying new for the first time today. How appropriate. So, here goes:
In case you’re unaware, it’s been a while since I’ve posted. Basically, I’ve written nothing (here or elsewhere) since moving to Minnesota. I’ve decided to change that. In order to motivate myself, I’ve joined my dear friend Michelle (Life.Ink.Scraps) in the September 30 Lists campaign.
For each day in September, I’ll be making a list. Simple or elaborate, I’m not sure yet, but I think I need to revive this thing.
So, have a seat because we’re about to start listing again!
I know, it’s almost half-way through the month, and most people are posting these to their Facebook statuses, but I figured I’d start it out on here and add to it daily from there. So, without further ado, here goes. Continue reading
I only own about a half dozen DVDs. I’ve only purchased one of them. I know, I’m a rarity among Americans for that, but to the contrast, I own far too many COs by obscure musicians.
So, here are the DVDs I own:
- Mulan. It is a great Disney film with plenty of humorous lines and fun songs.
- Moulin Rouge. I love the music. (Sense a trend?)
- Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, pt 1. Given to me by my brother, I suspect I’ll be watching it within the next month & a half.
- Willow Creek Association Leadership Summit 2008. I worked at the Summit during my internship & received the DVD for doing so.
- Batman: the Movie. How can you not laugh at that movie! It is ridiculous and from the 1960s.
- It’s a Wonderful Life. I bought it at a used book store.
- Bride & Prejudice. I inherited this one from a former roommate because it wouldn’t work on her DVD player.
On the other hand, there are only a couple movies I wouldn’t mind adding to that list:
- Anastasia. I love the songs in that movie. And the dialogue is hilarious, especially Bartok’s lines.
- RENT. I (once again) love the music. And Anthony Rapp.