T13 – 25th Edition – 13 Things I’ve Created Recently

Okay, okay. Proof needs to be shown that I’ve been working on things, right? Okay, FINE!! Here’s the proof!! Now, languish in the awesomeness that is Sarah. Bow down. Come on, bow down. Okay, fine, don’t bow down, but, um, be nice enough to give me some constructive criticisms or something then 🙂

I did not put the pictures that I’ve used, though 🙂 They don’t really count 🙂
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Less Words Wednesday

One week from yesterday, we officially enroll Madison into kindergarten. Two weeks from tomorrow, Madi officially starts kindergarten. She’s already practicing doing homework, and writing, and doing all of that good awesome kindergarten stuff. She’s too smart for me, :oogle:.
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The Death of Me …

it is a’comin’. The killer? Laundry. Lots of it.

I fell out of the habit of doing laundry after I came back from Mom and Dad’s. I’ve got loads upon loads. Have I ever mentioned how much I hate laundry? Yeah, I really hate to do laundry, :relieved:.

But, today, I’m turning over a new leaf. Okay, I’m just feeling motivated to actually do it, :loser:. I don’t get these motivations often, so when I do get them, I take full advantage of them :faint:.

Who’s with me, though, on finding someone to design us something to do the laundry for us? Come on, we’ve got someone to do the vacuuming for us, why not the laundry? Sounds reasonable, right?

Mamma Mia, My Oh My

I Finally Got Away

Friday, my friend, Julie, and I saw Mamma Mia! May I say that I, who’s not a huge fan of musicals, absolutely adored the movie. Julie wasn’t too sure that she’d wanted to see it, but saw it because I wanted to, and because Sex and the City wasn’t available. She paid for the tickets ($14) and I paid for the popcorn and sodas ($15.52). Worth every single penny paid, I think. Definitely one where I’ll be purchasing the DVD when it comes out, and the soundtrack as well. As I told Julie, I want it in my car, on my laptop, and on my phone.

Rave Reviews

I absolutely loved the screen adaptation of Mamma Mia! The look of it was gorgeous, never has a Greek island looked so beautiful! I loved Meryl Streep as Donna, she cam across as an honest and good-hearted character. I loved Amanda ans Sophie and my only big casting problem was Pierce Brosnan, you may want to cover your ears when he sings, he’s horrible. Some of the songs seemed a bit forced in the storyline, but some of them felt at home. I saw an advanced screening and the sound wasn’t very good but that could have been because of the spot where we were sitting. The movie was ultimate feel good! I loved it! It was very bright and bouncy the whole time. I didn’t feel that there was one slow moment in the movie! I think my favorite moment in the movie was definitely Dancing Queen. It was spectacular.
Author: Sergihoe from United States

I’d have to say that I agree 100% with this review, and all of the spectacular ones. There might be some not so nice ones, but I haven’t paid any attention.