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Day 18, NaBloPoMo: Gone With the Wind

Title: Gone With the Wind
Author: Margaret Mitchell
Genre: Romance | Historical Fiction | Coming-of-Age
Publication Date: 1936
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Summary:

Gone with the Wind… 352 more words

Banned Books

I'll Think About That Tomorrow

Dressed in a stylish black mourning gown, Scarlett O’Hara lies weeping on the grand staircase of her empty mansion.  She has just buried her young daughter, made promises at the bedside of her dying sister-in-law, and watched helplessly as her dashing husband disappeared into the morning mist.  1,158 more words

Mother

A few of my favorite movies

We all have a few movies that we can watch over and over and never get tired of them. I’m going to let you know a few of mine. 354 more words

Heath Ledger

I've Got Mail

I am hopelessly sentimental about a handful of things, letters being very high on that short list. It’s easy to be ruthless with an email and consign it forever to the dreaded Trash folder. 591 more words

Books

Day 171 - Portrait

Will spirit
Singe with
Luminous
Intensity
The seamless
Soul of
An image
Captured
There or is
It impossibly
Thoughtless to
Expect to
Find the
Essence… 26 more words

What Barbie Really Represents

Tonight, my Facebook community alerted me to a deficit in Barbie world:

Mattel should put out a Barbie for little girls struggling with cancer – make her bald, dress her in pink, name her Hope and donate the proceeds to St.

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Musings

Happy Birthday Vivien Leigh

Today is the 101st birthday of Vivien Leigh.  Absolutely everyone has seen her amazing performance in Gone With The Wind and fell in love with her from it, it is undeniable.  1,298 more words