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A little about me...
+ i love coleslaw on toast.
+ i am an art student, and i am hoping to do a degree in contemporary crafts at Uni.
+ i have a new love for Fimo clay.
+ ditto felt and beads :]
+ My favourite movies: Anything Pixar, Avatar, Shawshank, The Green Mile.
+ i adore tom hanks
+ music is compulsory in life.
+ i like to burp + fart heehee.
+ i make my own jewellery
+ my hair changes colour as often as a chameleon
+ let sleeping dogs lie.
+ regret NOTHING. Everything is as you choose.
+ when i have pains, its just somebody playing with my voodoo doll :]
+ i like family guy very much.
+ How are you?
If you would like to know more, just whack a PM my way (Not Gordon Brown, desteste him)
Go on. You know you want to.
It wont set off an army of rainbow ants....
"I see you.
I started watching Grizzly Tales a few years back, and has now returned on CiTV. I must admit, I did prefer the first series, but none the less, Nigel Planer is still excellent at narrating the stories. He is very funny because he does all the voices and Spindleshanks the spider is hilarious!!
Grizzly Tales is a programme where there is a different story every time. Each story is spooky and teaches that naughty person a lesson in a gruesome way (for kids that is) but is very fun as well. The animation is good, but not brilliant, yet the characters & plots are so simple it makes it very good watching. Each episode lasts about 10 mins tops but they make you giggle!! OK, the stories are very far fetched (skeletons popping out of loo's, moles turning evil, stick drawings coming to life - that sort of thing.)
I personally love it even though I'm to old to watch it :) and I never tire of it. I'm a huge fan of kids shows and this has to be one of my faves.
So, if you ever see this on T.V don't give it a miss, it's worth watching and you won't want your 10 mins back I guarantee!! Altogether, a good 9/10.
Footprints in the Snow (2005)
This drama was based on a book by Julie Hill, a woman who had been paralysed in a car crash and agreed to make a film about her struggles and her happy times.
I thought this drama was brilliant. Caroline Quentin did an excellent performance. The show was about a woman named Julie Hill, who was paralysed, waist down, in a car crash. It explores the life of a wife and mother trying to regain her life again in the outside world after spending 6 months in care with her two friends Seamus (paraplegic) and Becky (quadriplegic) both paralysed in various accidents. Seamus adores Julie and is very good to her, while husband Kevin tries to come to terms that his wife is now disabled. Kevin and Julie struggle at first, eventually regaining there love for each other. Becky Julie & Seamus all go to a place called the Back up Trust where disabled people can go and do normal sports. Julie hates water ski-ing with a huge harness and Julies Mum shows her an advertisement of an experiment two scientists are doing to help paraplegic people help the muscles in their legs work again. Julie realises this could be a turning point in her life and help her to walk again, and agrees to have electronic wires put into her spine. This drama is very moving and surprisingly funny at times. The casting was excellent and it is really good. The ending was great and it made you feel warm inside. :O)
The reason the film (and the book) got it's name was because the real Julie Hill, said she'd love to make footprints in the Snow.
All together, fantastic, moving, funny, and just FAB!!!