The other day I was talking to my sister about some new movies coming out and we got talking about the movie “The Notebook”, we realized that we must be the only two people in the world who had not seen this movie.
which I will openly admit made me tear up a bit).
After watching movies like this I always question if LOVE like that really exists. Now I am not saying I don’t live an amazing Love Story everyday, but honestly, I don’t know if could say I would be hanging around for 7 years waiting for the same person, to “Hopefully” be part of my life. What happens after the credits roll, what exactly does “Happily Ever After” mean. How come we never see the fairytales the next day, what’s going on with Cinderella and Prince Charming 5 years later? In the real world we all go through that Love and Heartbreak stage, and thinking I must throw myself off a bridge, because we are no longer together, but as the weeks and months past, you move on and if your lucky you find someone else to heal your heart.
I guess that what movies and fiction (AKA. Twilight) are for, to allow us to escape to a new reality for 90 minutes. Which leads me to my excitement to see the new Disney movie this weekend “The Frog Princess”. I am a total kid at heart and love Disney movies (I think I’ve seen “A Bugs Life” a million times), so I am stoked to see this, especially since it’s the release of Disney’s first African American Princess
PS - Don’t forget to check out the details of my Sanrio Holiday Give-Away!!