|Although I don't own any of these things,|
I would wear them now,
to create one outfit.
|Woven Cotton Cuffed Boots|
|Lace Sleeved Blouse|
|Recycled Blue Jean Denim Purse|
|Recycled Card Trick Earrings|
While above I featured the colors red & blue,
in a dream outfit of now.
|This is what Little Me wore then.|
It's a complete outfit of red & blue.
|I was in my childhood front yard.|
I was in California.
I do NOT remember that doll.
While I'm thinking of Now and Then,
Have you seen this cute movie from 1995?
|Now and Then|
Samantha: When you're 12, without effort, you live in the moment. You don't regret the past or worry about the future, and in that moment, Teeny filled my heart with hope and comfort
Samantha: Thomas Wolfe once said you can't go home again. Well, that's great for old Tom. But he wasn't a chick who made a pact with her friends when she was twelve to get together whenever any one of them needed each other. So here I am driving back to my childhood home in Indiana a place I can tell you I never wanted to see again.
Samantha: I guess a promise is a promise. Sure looks like I picked the wrong week to quit smoking.
Teeny: It's normal for things to be $h!tty
[after Roberta punches Chrissy in the arm]
Chrissy: Ow! That hurt.
Roberta: Yea, well, you deserved it fart-@$s!
Vietnam Veteran: I'm going to tell you something i wish someone would have told me when I was your age.
Chrissy: Oh yeah? What's that?
Vietnam Veteran: Your parents aren't always right.
Samantha: No $h!t.
Samantha: As we grow older, it becomes difficult to just believe. It's not that we don't want to, but too much has happened and we can't.
Samantha: We all used to try so hard to fit in. We wanted to look exactly alike, do all the same things, practically be the same person, but when we weren't looking that all changed.
Young Samantha Albertson: Mr. Kent?
Bud: Oh please, call me Bud.
Young Samantha Albertson: Bug?
Bud: No, Bud, B-U-D. Bud.
Young Samantha Albertson: Oh. Well, BuD, you have a piece of food stuck in your teeth.
Roberta: I think you'll make a great mum Chrissy, a little overbearing and rigid, but by the grace of God the kid will come out relativity unharmed, if not there's always therapy.
Samantha: This whole baby thing baffles me, I mean you have it, you raise it, you inevitably screw it up, it resents you, feels guilty for resenting you and then it has a baby, which only perpetuates the vicious cycle.
Roberta: Thank you, Oscar The Grouch.
Samantha: He said something that didn't mean as much then as it does now...
He told me that things happen in life that you can't stop but it wasn't a reason to shut out the world...
Samantha: Wow... I realize that... I've been so afraid of the bad things that um... That I've missed out on the good... You know I didn't wanna come back here... But I'm really glad I did... I'd forgotten how much it helped to have you guys as friends... I'm really lucky to have this place... and each other..