The movie in which:
is married to Professor Trelawney
(But despite being named Harry he’s still a douche)
Ferb once again proves you’re never too young to be something
(Liam Neeson is his stepdad but he doesn’t get kidnapped)
Elizabeth is torn between two guys…
1. (esp. of a work of art) having a mournful quality.
“the movie score is a somber effort, elegiac in its approach”
Anne Shirley, aka Anne of Green Gables, is my kindred spirit. Sure, she’s a fictional character, but I feel like she’s been my role model and best friend for years. Author L.M. Montgomery invented her character in 1908, but Anne is still so modern and relevant for me – I’m always forgetting she’s 103 and I’m 24. We hang out for hours when I watch the Anne of Green Gables television movie trilogy created in Canada between 1985 and 2002. I believe there are like, 10 hours of Anne between the three and I obviously own them all. The set makes a great gift. If you aren’t willing to make the investment, you can catch them frequently on PBS telethons – although you’ll have to spend the entire day indoors to see all three, which to me is an added benefit of the series. Here are some life lessons I have learned from Anne: Make the most of your life situation. Anne Shirley was an orphan. When she finally gets adopted, she finds out it was by mistake. The …
There is immeasurably more left inside than what comes out in words.
PARIS – Where did Hemingway live and drink in the 1920s? Where is David Sedaris reading next month? We have the list of Paris literary haunts both past and present.
When eventually go to Paris this will be very useful!
A book is really like a lover. It arranges itself in your life in a way that is beautiful.