you just brought me an amazing flashback
"frailty they name is Colonel Brandon"ok, seriously back to studying
"the air is full of spices"wait. is that one?
hahah this is equally as amazing as the first conversation between kate hudson and matthew mcconahay in how to loose a guy in 10 days. thats a huge compliment. loves!britt
i don't get what's going on here. the blue sky part sounds familar, (and i thought i loved that movie) but nothing else. including the above comments. oh well. i saw twilight on a dark and romantic evening the other night alone with my husband. let's just say we made out later. i freaking loved it. i bought the book the next day. her writing freaking sucks...literally. ha. but i'm hooked.
"But I'm not supposed to run.""I could have produced proof enough of a broken heart, even for you.""He made us all believe he loved you.""He did. He loved me as I loved him!" *sob*"Does she care for olives?"Oh, I could go on and on and on!!!
I am lUH-ving this tribute to S&S! I heart you too abs, so glad we're friends and share such a great love for such cool things!
EEEEEEEEEEE. so good. abby sharp, we'd be best pals if we lived closer. i swear it.
one of my all-time favorites! and i, too, liked snape best of all- maybe because of s&s? i miss you guys! and i love that jamie couldn't resist throwing in a line!! d
don't know how i found your blog, but i'm loving it. so fun, and happy! freshbrownies.blogspot.com
Love my Dashwoods. i always thought that the Colonel was much hotter than Willaby.and even Hugh.
I had to come back. What is it about his voice-so nasally and froggy throated but sexy all at once?
S&S is the best -- "Marianne dearest, could you play something a little less mournful? Mama has been weeping since breakfast." A new "Emma" has been on PBS -- so fabulous. Love your blog, Abby. I am a shameless blogstalker. I remember being alone with no car, freezing in Pocatello, with a baby at home. Your setting is more romantic, but the feeling is the same. I empathize. Keep writing -- it's a wonderful outlet, and you are good at it. And your photos are breathtaking! (helps to have kids with eyelashes a foot long)
brag warning:My little girls are 7, 4, & barely 3 years old. They love to watch P&P, Emma, Little Women, etc. with me. I get sooo happy when they ask to watch movies like that!! And Funny Face... they love that too. I have to confess though, we have yet to watch S&S. It is on the list. Sounds perfect for one of the many "girl parties" we have. Girl Party = Todd is at school.
p.s. leslie is one of my favorites too!
linked via katelines. you're hilarious and i love you. too bold?
i didn't think i could love this blog any more until this post. I'll winkle it out of you.. she's awfully good at winkling.
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