Monday, March 14, 2011

Very Good Advice

Let me sum up:
Alice has a sad.

Let me splain:
Don't tell me the Tulgey Wood didn't freak your business out as a kid. Alice sheds tears a few times in this flick, but this is the one scene that can really get me weepy. Specially when I'm having one of those feels-like-I'm-always-too-small-or-too-tall days. We all get a little lost now and again.

Incidentally, there may be a few more Disney tributes over the next couple months. This is going to be a kooky year career-wise since I'm almost done with my program and my hubby has one more year. I'm about to embark on some...non-traditional job interviews. I needs to get in the mood.

Geeky fairy tale bonus!

~Geek out

1 comment:

  1. I just posted a reply on your previous post (please reply! XD) but I wanted to say how much i agree iwth you. This was a sad clip, and honestly, for someone who suffers and struggles with constant daydreams, I could relate the Alice even at a younger age. And yes, those woods DID scare me!!!!

    Oh, as a soon-to-be psychologist, this might interest you:

    It's an ongoing study, very new- and though I wouldn't suggest taking it as fact or anything, I hope you enjoy reading about it for now. :)