Awakening Dreams & Conquering Nightmares with a Pen
HAHA...no clue. Reply to your question on my blog...I am not sticking to any sort of diet right now. I went off the wagon so to speak. I had lost 63 gained 5 and today I am back at 63. I need to watch what I eat and I am sure I will lose some more that way. 600 calories is not much but my stomach has been reduced so much that I can't take in much anyway.
Well, I'll go visit again and let you know the answer. ~grin~ I so respect what you've achieved. I wish you the best of health, my dear.
I have no idea which film this is from.
Fascinating. As an animal lover and great mensche, I bet you would enjoy it greatly, my dear. Be well!
Lady Hawk, I loved that movie!
A true movie buff. Love you!
I know it isn't it, but the first thing I thought of was Kes... a British classic, but don't know if it's one you'll know! Sorry, that was a lot of "knows".
Oh, wow, the article on the movie you reference makes me wish I'd seen it in my youth. It would have been very inspiring to a mildly bullied child. I should still see it as an adult. Thanks for sharing!
Loved this movie :)
A gal after my own heart. ~grin~ Thanks for stopping by!
Ladyhawke! Super early Matthew Broderick, plus Rutger Hauer and Michelle Phiffer.Hehehe. I was RAISED on this movie (among other ones).I'm guessing you're posting it because of the upcoming Eclipse?
Yeah. I found this on Facebook. ~grin~ Thanks for commenting, Robert. I'm really enjoying your updates on game design.
Ladyhawke! Yeah, if I didn't know that, I'd be disowned. (It's one of my mother's favorites.)
How cute! I doubt my mother ever saw this film. ~sigh~ It's a good one.
One of my all time favourites! Lady Hawke. Even met a baby (I'm a midwife) named Navarre. The mum was amazed I knew where she got it!
That's cool, Michele. Thanks for sharing. I'll bet you've got lots of amazing stories in your line of work. Be well!
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