Sunday, March 8, 2009

slummy dogs. spring. sister.



Last night I saw Slumdog Millionaire and I loved it. I mean REALLY loved it. I was expecting it to be good... but I wasn't expecting to get so invested in the characters. I'm very affected by stories involving the poor and oppressed. That's multiplied when it's involving children. Also, I've been wanting to go to India since I saw Darjeeling Limited (I'm clearly super influenced by movies) and watching Slumdog made me want to go that much more.
Please enjoy this dance number.


In about an hour I will be springing forward. That really just means I will be needing extra caffeine and concealer for church tomorrow. Thank you daylight savings time.

Oh! My sister has a blog. She's cute and funny.

5 comments:

MeLissa said...

So I am guessing the Demott power team got a type writer. This is certainly a good addition.

ana b. said...

I did enjoy Slumdog. But it wasn't as good as I'd expected. it didn't help that I could not understand why he would go to such lengths for the girl other than she was extremely pretty, utterly helpless and they had some sort of "bond" in childhood. Not the best foundation for a relationship I'd have thought. But then maybe I'm just grouchy ;)

cottage girl said...

I LOVED Slumdog too! The littlest Jamal had me wanting to adopt an Indian child the moment I stepped out of the theater. He was too precious.

KayEllen said...

Love the typewriter!!!
Fun post ;-)
Have a great week!!

Blessing to you,
kayellen

Nathan Willis said...

Slumdog has already worked it's way up to my top five favorite movies of all time. That's saying a lot. It's so beautiful and perfect and sweet and great and every other good thing under the sun.