little things {#2}

dont forget to smile

~cosplaying

~Josh Randall

~big, comfy sweaters

~silver

~iced tea

~the Bible

~going out (occasionally, I enjoy this)

~PINTEREST

~fangirling

~new obsessions

~old obsessions

~watching awful movies with my siblings (it’s quite fun to poke fun)

~screencaps of favorite movies/TV shows

~blog comments

~The Midget in the new Left Behind movie (hands down, best character)

~songs

~this mad, merry, wonderful life I’m living

Eva

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11 thoughts on “little things {#2}

  1. I love this series! I love how little lists of favourite things can show us so much about you. Oh, I love screencaps of my favourite movies (I spoil SO much time just staring at them) and I love big sweaters too (although I don’t have that many, heh.) And of course – blog comments! Never gets old. πŸ™‚

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    • Thanks! They’re really fun/easy posts to do, so when I don’t have the time or inclination to write a movie or book review or some other kind of long post, I’ll quickly write up one of these. πŸ™‚ Big sweaters are the BEST.

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  2. So in my Blogger feed, I read this as saying, “Cosplaying Josh Randall.” And I was like, WHOA! I would so cosplay Josh Randall! Hee.

    Also, I love Millie’s blogs. She’s hilarious and awesome. I can spend hours wandering around them, chortling and nodding.

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    • I didn’t think many people would know who Josh Randall is, and your post summed him up so well that I couldn’t resist sharing the link. πŸ™‚ I’ve only recently discovered W:DoA, but my sister and I are already completely hooked.

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  3. Well, I didn’t even like Westerns until a few weeks ago when I watched The Magnificent Seven and realized just how amazing the genre could be. Since then, I’ve seen a few Bonanza episodes (I used to watch the show religiously as a kid, but got away from it as I grew older), copious amounts of W:DoA, and exactly one other Western film – Ride Lonesome. Films/TV shows set in WWII will always be my first love, but I’m very interested in exploring more of the Western genre.

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