Top 10 Favorite Movies Part 1

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Hello Lovelies! So as I started to write this post and compile the list of my favorites, I realized. . . there are more of course, but these are the ones that came to mind that I could watch over and over and still enjoy them! So that is how I narrowed it down a little bit. I hope you enjoy this concise and by no means exhaustive list. Pardon my moments of fangirling if you can.Read More »

July Favorites ~ 2016


Today, after dinner I had a hankering for chocolate something fierce! So I caved and had my brother pick me up a chocolate bar from the hardware store when he ran there for a dowel. Smile I enjoyed it immensely with a glass of raw milk. I then read the back of the package and was thanked for eating my chocolate bar because it helps support children’s education! Who knew you could make a difference by eating a bar of chocolate! I feel so much better about that splurge now! LOL!Read More »


Hello everyone! My sister and I host a podcast and we have so much fun doing it. In case you haven’t seen it before, we talk about our favorite things in the realm of media! Books, Movies, Music, and Audio drama. This month we talked about probably our most favoriteist thing ever! LOL!

The book Little Women! You can check out the podcast here! Be sure to let us know what you think of Little Women!

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By God’s Grace,


21 Things I Learned From Disney

My siblings and I were quoting a Disney movie and laughing hysterically together (which is something I find us doing often!) and I came up with the idea of this post! All of my siblings helped me come up with these and it made for great over dinner conversation! LOL!


1 ~ Beauty and the Beast

Say please. . .and be gentle.


2 ~ Tarzan


“If you want someone to like you. . . Stay away from them!” ~Turk


3 ~ Ratatouille


“Shut up and eat your garbage.” ~ Dad


4 ~ The Jungle Book


“Forget about your worries and your strife” ~ Baloo


5 ~ Cinderella


“A dream is a wish your heart makes”


6 ~ Mary Poppins


“A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. . .” My parents always say, you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. . .


7 ~ Cinderella 2015


“Have Courage and Be Kind”


8 ~ Toy Story


“You Are a TOY!”



9 ~ Toy Story 2


Always pack your angry eyes. You never know when they might come in handy.


10 ~ The Incredibles


If everyone is super. . . no one is.


11 ~ Bambi


“If you can’t say something nice, don’t say nothin’ at all.” ~ Thumper


12 ~ Mulan


Nough said. . .


13 ~ The Great Mouse Detectives


There’s always a chance as long as one can think.


14 ~ The Rescuers


Keep the faith. . .


15 ~ Tangled


Mother Knows Best!


16 ~ Lion King


“Hakuna Matata! No Worries!”


17 ~ Finding Nemo


When life gets you down, just keep swimming!


18 ~ Cars


“Mator! What have I told you about talking to the accused?”

“To not to. . .”

Don’t talk to the accused. Smile (You would probably only get this one if you have watched the movie as many times as I have had. With 6 brothers, I kid you not, they ask to watch it nearly every movie night we have! LOL!)


19 ~ Frozen


“Some people are worth melting for. . .”


20 ~ Zootopia


“Life isn’t some cartoon musical where you sing a little song and your insipid dreams magically come true. So LET IT GO!” ~ Chief BOGO


21 ~ Tarzan


There might be Piranhas in Africa.



I’ll leave you with my favorite Disney moment ever!



What is something you’ve learned from a movie? Serious or funny?

By God’s Grace,


Jungle Book Medley

The Jungle Book movie has a special place in my heart along with a chosen few other of the first Disney musicals. When I was little, we had very few VHS videos and the Jungle Book was one of them. I remember watching it over and over. I loved the fun songs, and to this day, even with not having seen the movie in quite a few years, I can still sing most of the songs from memory. As an adult, watching it again, I still giggled over some of the silly parts that I remember laughing at as a little girl.


That being said, I was so excited that they were making a live action version and it being one of my favorites, I can’t wait to see it. I loved the songs from it so much that I decided to do a medley. My sweet sister helped me record it and she did all the editing. Thanks sis! I hope you enjoy it. I had a blast making it and singing all my favorite tunes from the film.



By God’s Grace,


Star Wars Vll Movie-Going Outfit/My Thoughts (NO Spoilers)


My Brothers and I went to see the new Star Wars movie a few weeks ago. Now, I don’t necessarily think I would wear a costume to something like that. (unless it was a princess movie such as Cinderella, just sayin’) but I tried to coordinate and had Princess Leia in mind with my outfit and of course hair! I just loved Leia’s hair throughout the films, except those crockpots on the sides of her head in the lV episode. ugh. And, did you know, Carrie Fischer’s Hair was actually SUPER LONG!? She had a ton of hair. So, I went with the style from when they were on the planet Hoth in the beginning of the V episode. (I may sound like I know what I am talking about, but I had to ask my brothers what the name of the planet was like 10 times. Smile)


Here is how Leia influenced my outfit!

I went with a white dress because she almost always seems to be wearing white. And she wore a white dress in the first episode.

I wore the military jacket because she wore something similar in episode 6 and because I thought it kind of fit with the theme. And then the boots too of course. And I love the way my hair turned out!


As to the movie. I watched episodes 4 through 6 the month prior and thought they were ok. It just didn’t excite me too much ya know? I mean, someone once called them “bizarre-wars” so yah. The story parts were great, but some of the weird alien and creature things were just that. Weird. Sorry to all those super fanatical fans out there. I did like it, just not LOVED it. I did really like Han Solo though! (**and slight disclaimer, we skipped most of he 6th episode, too much immodesty) I was kind of excited to see this movie because it had a girl main character. I am not saying that because I am so feminist “yah! Finally an awesome girl hero! Go girl!” I am more excited to see a story portrayed from the standpoint of a girl with a girls emotions. I must say I really liked it. It was probably the most un-bizarre of the 4 I have seen. (Thanks JJ Abrams!) Rey was a very lovable and nice character. Fin was funny! I liked him a lot too. And of course Han Solo and Leia were awesome as well! And Po, the coolest pilot, (aside from Han of course) was fun to watch. I won’t say anything more except that at one point in the movie, I was so mad I almost threw my napkin 3 rows of seats in front of me. The thought of helpless movie-goers stayed my emotions however. Your welcome unknown people! I didn’t cry, (which is something I do for any slightly emotional movie) so it didn’t quite get me that hard. I wasn’t sad, just mad. And it made me even madder when my brothers said they all saw it coming. I was like “what? I didn’t see it coming at all! Guys!!!!” I was so shocked! So, yah, it was good and I liked it! And I want to see it again, so that is saying something!



Have you seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens?

What did you think?

By His Grace,