Ok, so I guess I'll write about my favorite movies (that's what this section is for anyway. lol.) I find that a lot of my favorite movies are based on books. It's funny really. Well I guess that I'll list my favoirte movies now: Pride and Prejudice, Love Comes Softly (and the other four movies in the series. Hopefully they'll make them all) Chronicles of Narnia, Lord of the Rings, Little wemon, A walk to remember, Pirates of the Carrabian, and The Princess Bride. I also love Pay it Forward, The Notebook, My Fair Lady, and The Sound of Music, Phantom of the Opera; Basicly any musical is amazing to me. I love Sabrina, Roman Holiday, Breafast at Tiffany's (can you tell that I love Audry Hepburn? lol), Fried Green Tomatoes, Titanic, Diary of a Mad Black Woman, and Sweet Home Alabama as well. Oh, and I can't forget those timeless Disney movies that sparkled my childhood with magic. I have to say though, that my favorite one is Beauty and the Beast I believe that's all...lol.
Ok, where to begin? The Bible, first and formost. Now, I move on to classics: I love, anyting by Jane Austen, especially "Pride and Prejudice", "Emma", and "Sense and Sensablility". "Little Women", "Jane Eyre", "Gone with the Wind", "The Great Gatsby", "To Kill A Mockingbird", "The Scarlet Letter", "Silas Marner", and, "The Age of Innocence", are my other favorite classic novels as well. Now, for the more contermporay Books: "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants", "Redeeming Love", "Love Comes Softly" Series, anything by Karen Kingsbury, "Thorn in my Heart", "The Last Sin Eater", and the Chronicles of Narnia. I also love any book by Nicholas Sparks. He is AMAZING, especially being a guy and writing such wonderful romance novels! Such talent. Not many guys could pull that off. Fannie Flagg is amazing as well. I absolutly love her novels: "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe" (whew that's a mouthful of a title. lol), "Welcome to the World, Baby Girl", and "Daisy Fay and the Miricle Man". They are all wonderful stories.
An Experience to Remember...
June 14 2007
Before that day, I have never been in a similar situation. Standing there, I didn’t even remember a time when I actually rode one…except for those kiddy rides that were not scary at all. Believe me when I say that it was not as scary, as high, or as monstrous as the one that stood right before me, casting a big shadow over my face.
Despite my fear I had to go. I knew I did. The others were counting on me, so in my quiet mind I harbored all my anxious thoughts. I couldn’t back out, I couldn’t be a chicken.
But it looks so scary, I tell myself. How am I going to ride that? It would be best to get out while I can.
I told myself so many things that before I knew it I was next in line. I gulped real hard and walked up taking my seat and fastening the bar before me. My heart was pounding by then. I felt as if everyone could hear the beatings of my heart.
Suddenly, the cart began to move, ever so slowly, almost like a snail. I remember wanting it to go fast, just for the sake of getting it over with. Alas, though, it didn’t change anything as it crept up and up, higher and higher into the sky. My hold on the bars tightened and I shut my eyes praying to God to spare my life, praying that I wouldn’t die. I was sure that I would. Finally the cart slows down even more and with my eyes still closed I know it is coming.
WHOOSH— the cart flew down and jerked my body left and right, side to side, going up and down. I screamed at the top of my lungs, and now shouted my prayer to God, to spare me. I went faster and faster and then before I knew it, the cart began to slow down. I opened, my eyes and then as the cart finally stopped, only one feeling came to me…relief.
I had concurred the roller coaster.
Hope you enjoyed the little writing thing. I was bored and thought I'd write about my experience riding "Goliath" at SixFlags. (: