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SweetCicely
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Posted on Sat, Nov 17, 2007 20:14

OKIES! We have gotten a bit serious AND a bit tight lipped (don't even go there!) so Imma ask EVERYONE who reads this to reply even if your reply is one word! And if you don't surely some sort of chain-mail-ish bad karma is going to stick to you and you will experience plumbing problems this winter . . . or something. WHO ARE YOU??? You got scared, reading that, some of you. Don't be. Just pick a fictional person that is you. Gender, age, etc DO NOT HAVE TO MATCH yer actual self and you don't have to explain. As for me, I know I am not the villain and not the hero, but the sidekick, the always-to-be-relied-upon second. The hard part is picking WHICH sidekick. Hmmm . . . something animal. I toyed with Babe, the big blue ox, of Paul Bunyan fame, but I am not oxen-like. Something bear-ish I should think. Big, with a sense of humor and some fierce loyalty, good with kids. Maybe Baloo from Jungle Book? I really thought about characters from literature and myth and I am neither mythic nor novel (lol) but much more folksy, so Kipling suits me just fine. There. Easy. NOW YOU DO IT! Amy

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Posted on Wed, Nov 28, 2007 10:14

George no feel so good need to find Ursula.


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Posted on Tue, Nov 27, 2007 17:28

Re: butterbll write: Today I feel like"George of the jungle"

WATCH OUT FOR THAT TREE!!!! (Sorry - I had to. Couldn't stop myself.) :)


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Posted on Tue, Nov 27, 2007 11:12

George is better than what I felt like in the month of October..Which was (Scleprock) from the Cartoon series that covered the teenage years of Pebbles and Bam-Bam.All with in the space of two weeks 1st Lost my job. 2) My daughter was in her Homecoming Court.At the last minute the Pageant was changed from the Half time to 20 minutes before the game with no warning.there were family that were coming from out of town. (3 Got bad news from my mom. Her doctor she has had at least three strokes in the last 18 months.4)Had to put my mom in the hospital for the weekend. Because of stress from her job.


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Posted on Tue, Nov 27, 2007 10:49

Butter, I'd rather think of you as George. He always won, didn't he, even if though there was a fair degree of luck and help from Stella and Ursula and . . . arg, the ape. Just watch out for that . . . .treeeeeeeeeeeeee Amy


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Posted on Mon, Nov 26, 2007 22:16

Today I feel like"George of the jungle"


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Posted on Thu, Nov 22, 2007 08:50

OMG Blue, I do believe you are right. *bonks head* It must have been too long for me too, since I missed the reference! Amy


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Posted on Wed, Nov 21, 2007 17:50

Re: SweetCicely write: Timothy, I don't know what to say. Really. That one is out of the blue for me. I know, I know, I said no explanations necessary, but you have invoked my insatiable curiousity . . . Amy

Amy, I suspect it means he ain't gettin' any... ;)


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Posted on Tue, Nov 20, 2007 22:44

Wait! Kat, China and Butter all picked . . . I dunno, people that end up on the short end of the stick! Awwww, say it ain't so! Amy


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Posted on Tue, Nov 20, 2007 19:21

Re: Timothy5 write: Blue.. only by name, love, not by nature!... Love ya, Kid, Tim

Awww. Thanks Tim. I just have these days once in awhile. I'm better now thanks to friends like you. :)


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Posted on Tue, Nov 20, 2007 09:40

Droopy


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Posted on Tue, Nov 20, 2007 07:17

I would have to agree, today I am Charlie Brown, I keep getting the rocks in my Halloween Bag, and getting up and going back for more, always expecting the best in the end. *S*


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Posted on Tue, Nov 20, 2007 07:09

Timothy, I don't know what to say. Really. That one is out of the blue for me. I know, I know, I said no explanations necessary, but you have invoked my insatiable curiousity . . . Amy


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Posted on Tue, Nov 20, 2007 07:07

OH MISS CELIE! She kicked some serious butt there, at the Easter dinner when she tells Mister that she is going with Shug. And the ending, when her children show up always makes me cry. Ok, you can be Celie, but I wanna be Shug . . "Sister, remember your name, no twister gunna steal your stuff away! My sister, we sure ain't got a whole lotta time, so shake your shimmy, sister . . ." Amy


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Posted on Tue, Nov 20, 2007 07:04

Yup, Blue, That had to be the most suprising and witty part of the movie. I know "Ever After" is regarded as a piece of fluff, but it really is a well crafted and classic piece of fluff. Amy


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Posted on Tue, Nov 20, 2007 00:35

I'd like to think I could be "Celie" from the movie The Color Purple. She overcomes it all, in the end. The ending is absolutely BEAUTIFUL.


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Posted on Mon, Nov 19, 2007 18:17

Thank you friends. Its so good to know you all care. Its nothing major. My boyfriend is still awesome. Guess its just sometimes the damn distance in this long-distance relationship is more than I can bear. But I'm better today. Still don't know who I am today though... And for the record? My favorite part of Ever After is when they've had their set-to with the gypsies and the gypsy tells her she can take whatever she can carry and she picks up the prince. What a woman!!


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Posted on Mon, Nov 19, 2007 13:13

I am definitely Charlie Brown! Kat


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Posted on Sun, Nov 18, 2007 20:30

Re: bluegirl2006 write: Yeah. I'm having a blue day. Re: wyldechild write: You're too cute to be the wicked witch of the east. But I sure as hell know that Glenda the good witch is probably out too...he he he Re:

Blue - I hope tomorrows a better day for you! Sorry to hear you are down.


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Posted on Sun, Nov 18, 2007 20:26

Awwww Blue, *more hugs* I'm sorry. How about someone who had every reason to give up _but_didn't_, like Penelope, the wife of Ulysses. There she sat, weaving a shroud for her husband and beset by all these low life loser/users who just wanted to marry her to take control. As soon as she was done with her weaving, they were going to force her to choose one of them for a husband. It had to look bleak. But every night she would pick the threads from the shroud out, so that she was never finished. And, in the end, she became the model for constancy, not to mention, imho, damn creative thinking being a woman ruler in a man's world! Amy


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