Rose asks: I want to know what your favorite movie is aside from star wars (a guess?), what your favorite book is (non-craft related because someone else already asked that), and your favorite album if you have one...
Okay. So. Star Wars is not my favorite movie. Dylan grew up looooving Star Wars & I remember watching Return of the Jedi a lot when I was a little girl, but to tell you the truth I get quite sick of all the Star Wars hype. The old movies are fun. Sadie is already a big fan of A New Hope & has asked to be Princess Leia for Halloween this year.
I'm gonna say Bandits as my favorite movie. It's been a really long time since I've seen it too. I think I'll be renting it soon!
As far as books go.....well, I don't really read books. When Dylan read this question he said "Oh no. You're gonna have to tell the whole internet that you don't read books." I swear that "read a book" is on my New Years Resolution list every year. Oh, well. I was into Harry Potter for a while but I still haven't read the last book. Just call me lame. I do enjoy craft books & cookbooks & I looooove magazines, but I'll get to some recommendations for those in another post.
It's hard for me to choose just one favorite album. I have this tendency to get stuck on an album & I listen to it over & over & over & over for months. (It drives Dylan nuts!). So here are three of my favorites:
My latest obsession has been the Mates of State Rearrange Us album. I'm usually not a big fan of female singers, but I can't get enough of these two. In addition, I am fascinated with the fact that they are married w/ two kids. They are currently on tour w/ both kids in tow. What an incredible lifestyle. The album is incredibly good. Sadie has learned the words to many of the songs & sings right along. :)
Ryan Adams Cold Roses is probably my all time favorite. I've mentioned him many times before here on the blog. I think he has the most beautiful male singing voice ever. Listening to this album always takes me back to our Rexburg apartment when Sadie was just a little baby. It was then that I was constantly rockin' this album.
Sparklehorse Good Morning Spider is another favorite of mine. I love all his albums actually. Just depends on the mood I'm in. I started off listening to his It's a Wonderful Life album, which is also amazing. His style may be a little too mellow for some, but it's that combination of mellow & totally raw, gritty rock that I love most about him. As a wise man one taught me..."you gotta have the roll to appreciate the rock". That wise man is my husband.
Anyway. I love music. I'm not as up with all the new stuff now that I have kiddos. I would love to share more of my favorite albums if anybody is interested. Music is however such a personal thing & what one person loves, sometimes others don't. It's all cool though.