Friday's favorite things

Ok, so I know that I just did a post. But that was a giveaway post.  And this here is a real post.  Anyone out there see the difference?

Sherlock Holmes.  I love'im.  I love his outfits, his smarts, and his actor Basil Rathbone!

I love Cupcakes.  Stop it Ashley. cupcakes...cupcakes...cupcakes....STOP IT!! YOU ARE MAKING ME WANT THEM!!  And  I am NOT going to go bake some.  I eat and look, no cook.

Baby kisses.  Baby faces.  Baby coos.  Baby brothers.  Baby smell.  Baby giggles.  Baby laughs.  Baby feet.  Baby Smiles. Baby clothes.  Baby Sisters.  Baby words.  Baby food.  Oh, wait, how did that last one get there?  Can you perhaps tell I'm getting excited about the new sibling that is coming sometime in July or August?

Cake.  ooooh.....STOP IT!

And cookies.  Why do I have to be such a sugar bum?  I can't eat a lot of it, due to diabities running in our family, and I'm to lazy to cook anything like that. ^.  I can't stand cooking period.  But I like Deserts better then real food.

Old Musty book that smell of ages.  Pages that crinkle when opened. and have swirly font.

This song.

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Up. I actually came close to tears when Ellie dies, and when they loose their baby.  I'm an emotional baby. 

Thats it for now...I'm going to go listen to Loch Lomond, if you please.

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  1. Oooh, I love Loch Lomond too!!! We sang it in choir once, and I've been in love with it ever since.

    And Up is fabulous. End of story. ;)

  2. Oooh I wish I had a baby sibling on the way!!! Winter and I are close in age, so I don't remember much about when she was little. =(

    -Ley <3

  3. I love the movie UP -- a true favorite and quite the powerful message about embracing life.

  4. Basil Rathbone is awesome. Looove his movies. One thing I cannot get out of my mind is how he says the words "Thank you." It's just 2 words.. how can it be that different from everyone else? He just says those 2 words more awesomely. =)

    I also agree about musty old books! And... did you HAVE to go post the Loch Lomond song? I've been browsing several blogs just now, and kept yours up for last, so that I could keep the song playing over & over. I found out about the song only a few weeks ago.. never parting with it now!

    ~ Tarissa
    { In the Bookcase }


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