When DWJ becomes a way of life
Melissa at Proffitt.com
Wed Aug 8 14:06:43 EDT 2001
On Tue, 7 Aug 2001 22:20:53 -0700, leza70 at juno.com wrote:
>All of you who came up with the same image by the end of the second
>paragraph above are just as strange as me. Like that's any comfort.
>I think it should be some comfort! As I chortle at your posts, my
>husband is giving me "the eye" and asking, "What is so funny?" He would
>-Jill~who is cracking up tonight over Melissa's words
"I'm so glad I can bring a little joy into your humdrum lives"--paraphrased
from "Singin' in the Rain," and it sounds better when I *say* it, because I
do a frighteningly good impression of Lena Lamont.
Anybody else experience sudden moments of DWJ synchronicity? She blends
fantasy so well with the mundane world that I constantly forget just how
good an observer of life she is. She has these phrases that she just tosses
out--"whickering goldenness" of cornflakes, the scent that "shrieks
VIOLETS!" and so forth.
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