Sunday, January 8, 2017

TOTO, I've a Feeling We're not in Kansas Anymore...

On the way home from Midtown with Jem.  Ethereal.

Isn't this beautiful? 

A day in smalltown...

Clifford and Goat-Goat my friends and pretend pets.  We like to sip on tea and once again enjoy watching our friends from afar by the drive-thru after a big grocery trip.

 Why wouldn't anyone not understand enjoying these sights?  Peace and quiet, quiet and peace.  

An enchanting walk through the forest.  Would you like to come along?

Perfect for our walks in the forest.  A Turner Classic shirt with Dorothy and Toto in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.  "Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore."  ...And my old faithful tweed blazer.  I do find that particular quote quite handy at times. : ) 

A movie I so enjoy every year.

'Tenth Avenue Angel'.  (1946)  

Everytime we see this movie, Jem says:  That really is a good movie .

You see, at 3:15, little Flavia praying is touching to my heart in a personal way.  I love how the cow kneels just as the animals kneeled on the night of Jesus' birth.  The end of the movie is a happy one.  I do recommend!  Enjoy. 

 One evening here in the forest.

 By the way, do you like pretty music?  You may enjoy this!

I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore...


Linda said...

Amelia, your photos are fantastic! God's art at its best and I love the captures! The cloud formations, the sun, everything! So beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing. I absolutely love the music video you are sharing at the end of your post, and the views are also lovely! :)

Amelia said...

Hello Linda! I'm so glad you enjoyed the photos and music! I have been trying to be more intentional about bringing my camera. I recently discovered this particular music selection on our music channel. Hope you are having a grand day and thanks so much for coming by! : )

Abbi said...

Pretty pictures! I am trying to remember if I have seen 10th Ave. Angel before or not. That might be one we need to watch. :-)

Amelia said...

Hi There Abbi! Thank you!

You may also enjoy 'Our Vines Have Tender Leaves' (1945) That is such a sweet movie as well, it also has Margaret Obrien and Edward G. Robinson playing a tender part, a really precious movie.

Blessings to you Abbi! : )