I saw An American Haunting about one week ago and I felt this stronge urge to do some icons since the story very much fascinated me. And I totally loved the relationship between Betsy Bell and Richard Powell - such a nice pairing.
Comments would be very lovely and credit if you can. That's it, now to the icons.
- 44 An American Haunting
- 8 Cast
I have been lately mostly posting to my blog, which is located here
Jake hosted SNL on January 13. That was just so hilarious, I mean I haven't seen the show yet, but hope to see it soon.
Yesterday I finally saw Material girls with Hilary and Haylie Duff. It was pretty good. Lately I truly enjoy all kind of chick flicks. They rock.
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- 7 candy stock
Hey. So you thought I was dead, no, not yet :) Here I am happy to present my another youtube video. I so wish it to be secret and viewed only in the midnight.
There are all kind of good poems out there. The poem (by Anne Bronte 1820-1849) in the beginning looks fully something like this:
'TIS strange to think, there was a time
When mirth was not an empty name,
When laughter really cheered the heart,
And frequent smiles unbidden came,
And tears of grief would only flow
In sympathy for others' woe;
When speech expressed the inward thought,
And heart to kindred heart was bare,
And Summer days were far too short
For all the pleasures crowded there,
And silence, solitude, and rest,
Now welcome to the weary breast–
Were all unprized, uncourted then–
And all the joy one spirit showed,
The other deeply felt again;
And friendship like a river flowed,
Constant and strong its silent course,
For nought withstood its gentle force:
When night, the holy time of peace,
Was dreaded as the parting hour;
When speech and mirth at once must cease,
And Silence must resume her power;
Though ever free from pains and woes,
She only brought us calm repose.
And when the blessed dawn again
Brought daylight to the blushing skies,
We woke, and not reluctant then,
To joyless labour did we rise;
But full of hope, and glad and gay,
We welcomed the returning day.