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July 21, 2005


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Sounds like Johnny Depp needs an posterior-kicking. That's what it sounds like to me.

Did you happen to get Reggie to shave that nasty peach fuzz thing he's got growing on his upper lip?

Came here through Amalah's blog, I read your comment and it cracked me up and made me laugh out loud! You a funny lady!

What is it with you and the frozen foods section and crazy dolls? Imitations of love and babies?

And Johnny Depp and chocolate chips? Sounds like either comfort food for your fear, or giving into indulgence and temptation (since he was the candy man, who "mixes it with love and makes the world taste good").

The flood and the sweeping away sound to me like you might have a fear of being alone (maybe because you think your friends will leave you becaue of something that you might do), or that those close to you will go by the wayside and leave you with only yourself, some movies, and comfort foods.

But This Gal says that ain't gonna happen anyway. ;)

If it makes you feel better, I had a crazy dream last night, where there was a child who had a curved white, wire hanger for a head. (true story)

"No more wire hangers!"

Mommy Dearest!!! yes!

Dearest Frema,

Now, I can see the connection, those greedy children from the chocolate factory do get their come-uppance. No wonder, our little Matthew was frightened by the Oompa-loompa song. He understood that judgement day metaphor at such a young age. And, I thought that the movie was a harmless children's yarn.

You should be fair-warned not to watch "Darby O'Gill and the Little People", which is the ultimate in scary movies complete with banshees and Death personified as the driver of some horse-driven death carriage. This Disney movie frightened little Molly for months or maybe years.

I am not sure of what God exactly wants either; however, this all has to be more than just avoiding Hell. (otherwise in a some sad way our emphasis is more on Hell than the good stuff)


Hey Frema-

Glad you graduated from DPU. I did as well, and am in the process of moving to Wisconsin to further my career. Sound strange? I thought it did.

Anyway, I agree that Gene Wilder will always be W.W. to me. As a child of the 1980's, no-one can replace the original.

I think that the new movie needed a director other than Tim Burton. I would suggest Martin Scorsese. Make it a tough film about the chocolate mafia.

Anyway, great site and 10-10 and listening in.

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