"At a certain part in your life. Probably when too much
of it has gone by. You will open your eyes and see yourself for who
you are. Especially for everything that made you so different from
all the awful normals. And you will say to yourself, "But I am this
person." And in that statement, that correction, there will be a
kind of love."
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
I recently signed up for Netflix, and I love it! There are so many movies to choose from and I can watch them right on my computer (which is perfect because I don't have a TV at my apartment). One of the first movies I watched was Phoebe in Wonderland starring Elle Fanning, Dakota Fanning's little sister. I discovered this movie when I was watching old Ellen Degeneres clips and Elle was a guest on her show. This little girl was so cute and fascinating. She is about 11 and was so giddy and smart and just excited about everything. To me, she was the type of person you want to meet and be around. Elle was promoting her movie and I saw a few clips and immediately knew I had to see it, so when I finally signed up for Netflix it was the first movie I searched for. The movie was magical, but also had sad moments because Phoebe (Elle Fanning) is struggling with Tourettes. I highly recommend this movie and can't wait to watch it again myself! You can find more information about the movie here. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!