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Sunday, June 27, 2010

2010 Life Path Challenge

If you are new to this blog then I would like to invite you to come and play along with our weekly questions. You can make them into a journal, a scrapbook, mini-book, altered book or as I'm doing, a tag book. You can make it as creative as you like or just write them out. The best part is that you will deal with some questions you might never have asked yourself and you will end up with a treasure when it is all compiled. Nothing to sign up for, just jump in and do it.
I have one that I saw 25 years ago and well remember not just the film, but the effect it had on me and my husband. Of course, being on our honey moon might have had some influence.


Lindy said...

A favorite of mine is the opera...Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber. When I saw this movie, I knew nothing about the story, and I thought it was very sad. The Phantom became the "bad" person he was because he was born disfigured, mocked by others and even put on display as an oddity. Sadly, this is the world we live in. He wanted so hard to be full of love, but his love was rejected, and he turned evil, yet, in the end, he did a good deed...and we don't know the final outcome. Thankfully, WE are accepted by Christ as we are, and we can KNOW his forgiveness for whatever we do!

Coleen said...

I saw that as a movie. It was good. "Chariots of Fire" was a big influence for me.

Ms Bingle said...

Oh, I just joined the Bloggerettes and came across your blog. Wonderful! I really like the great pictures and good scrapbooking!
Have a great afternoon!

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