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Gran

I don't remember the "Flu, Sunday movie event" although it sounds exactly like Bud Hogan. That bit of sarcasm must run in the family. Frankly, I have never understood why all the hullabloo about Twlight. Why would so called Christians be so carried away with that book and that movie. Call me old fashion but it is just too close to demonic. I had a 45 year old woman in my shop recently swooning about "Twlight" the book. I didn't call her a dumbass but I did tell her she needed to grow up. I am glad to hear my grandaughters got it about Twlight...it is a stupid book and movie...but I bet there will be a sequel...whatcha think?

Last night on FB Kellyn said "I hurt". Why is it we don't listen when others tell us to do something..ie do what the Drs. says so you wont feel bad later? I understand a 17 year old but most of us are just like that. Did she go to school today?

Lana

Of course you don't remember it Mom. You were at church. It was just me, Dad, and that dumbass, Timmy! *LOL*

As for whether there will be another movie. Of course. The population is busy with their bread and circuses. How else do you explain President Obama? They know more about the latest contestants on American Idol than they do about their President and their Congress. And it shows. Nothing left to do now but wait for the revolution...right? *g*

As for the Vampire craze, it's not especially new, but it is weirdly fascinating if you let yourself get sucked into it. Also interesting, you can pick it apart in about 2 minutes with a living room full of skeptical Jordans. Case in point, I went to see the movie, "Interview with the Vampire". Being one of those people who doesn't like movie adaptations of books, I bought the book and read it to see the differences. At the end of the book, I wanted to know the rest of the story and was fascinated with where the plot would go, realized it was creepy that I actually cared, and said, er, NO! I guess even Anne Rice figured that out, didn't she? Close to demonic? I'd say a little too close for comfort. Not to put too fine a point on it, but Lucifer was the most beautiful angel, was he not? And he's the Angel of Death.

Vision went to school today, was fine, hurts some but not enough to slow her down much. She's a tough cookie. Or as Val said, "Remember when her hand got run over by the skate board and she winced and then sucked it up?" Yeah, that would be her. She's used to it. *g*

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