i need some ice cream and a disney movie

so beautiful. strongly recommend a pillow to squeeze and stuff your sobbing face into if you are going to brave this one.
thought-provoking. this is the kind of book where you can't cut the characters loose and they just float around inside your head for weeks. well-written. fabulous metaphors. i am anxious to see how it pans out but i doubt hollywood could do this one justice. (although they have surprised me before)
*warning: do not combine these two items in one sitting. have a light cartoon or laughing baby handy after finishing either*
nobody warned me. i read the book yesterday and watched the movie last night. i am still a bit weepy. but i would definitely recommend both. just not together. (unless you want your husband to spend all night scooting away so you won't cry on his pillow too)


  1. Hey Sar, do you have that movie? I've never heard of it and would love to watch it! If you do own it I want to borrow it! :)

  2. I haven't heard of it either. I'm so out of the loop. And I just read silly young adult fiction all the time and skip around tossing daisies everywhere I go. Maybe I should try some more intelligent media.


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