Thank you for the birdie cuteness, Christina. Your pictures made me smile. (That Sunny, what a feathered hussy!) 😉 By coincidence, I had just gotten a text message from the woman who took in the lost male budgie I fostered last December. She wanted me to know that he's "the sweetest bird," and she's named him Sky.
Bayarea4 replied to Chris Knight's topic in Counting On
The problem with Jessa's makeup is that she should not emphasize both eyes and lips at the same time. It's just too much. The rule is that if you are wearing bright lipstick, downplay your eye makeup. On the other hand, if you go for dramatic eye makeup, you should choose a lighter, more neutral shade of lipstick. The overdone makeup makes Jessa look like a clown or a hooker.
I always thought that Laurence Olivier would have made a great Ashley. He would have had the acting chops to fake a Southern accent, and he had such charisma that it wouldn't be such a stretch of the imagination to picture Vivien Leigh swooning over him. After all, she was doing that in real life and would soon become Mrs. Olivier.
I saw it at the Castro Theater, a 1920s movie palace in San Francisco. The first time Mammy appeared on the screen, the audience went wild. The whole theater broke out in applause and laughter. It was so much fun seeing GWTW on the big screen with an appreciative audience.
I have those dreams, too, except that it's the first day of school and I don't know what courses I'm taking or where the classrooms are. I am walking around the campus hoping to see something familiar that will jog my memory.
I have no children in real life, but I also have a recurring baby dream. I suddenly realize that I have a baby. I'd forgotten about having a child, and the the baby hasn't been fed or changed in days. I feel terrible pangs of guilt. I think the child is symbolic of myself because for much of my childhood I didn't have a mother in my life. This is my subconscious mind's way of saying that I need to take better care of myself.