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Mistress Marilyn's POV
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Can't help smiling~ 
28th-Feb-2011 11:59 pm
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February is one blink away from history, and it will have been only the second or third month of daily blogging for me.

And I actually enjoyed the obligation, despite having to backdate a few times.

One last reflection on the subject matter that inspired me: Character is both a challenge and a reward. Development of character is something not left to the writer's purview, but to every one of us.

And as I fell asleep in the middle of Tim Burton's amazing version of Alice in Wonderland, I can't help but marvel at what it must be like to develop fictional characters whose names have become synonymous with traits we all share, like that occasional Cheshire Cat smile . . .


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1st-Mar-2011 01:16 pm (UTC)
I am so proud of you to keep up with your daily blogging. I love keeping in touch with both of you this way. I don't know why I don't do my own, but this works and the Facebook keeps me in touch with a lot of my friends.

Wonderful Charlie will help me today on my project for the American Cribbage Congress. I wish I could retain more of the computer knowledge, but I don't seem to be able to.

I do love the computer and know I could learn more if I just practiced more.
1st-Mar-2011 04:38 pm (UTC)

Having you on here daily has been so wonderful,and I really hope you can keep it up! :)

Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland is an amazing movie with just the right spin on the classic story,and it's one that will probably find itself poised in our Netflix queue again. I agree with your summation of character,and I promise you I typed that without the grin of the Cheshire Cat... ^_^

Have a good day,Marilyn,and I hope you are feeling better! ♥

3rd-Mar-2011 07:10 pm (UTC)
It's so great you managed to keep your goal of daily blogging for the month. :)
3rd-Mar-2011 11:27 pm (UTC)
I enjoyed this journal entry :) Love the quote about "Character" :-) I agree with what ya said regarding being able to develop those types of fictional characters hehe such as the Cheshire Cat ;) BTW I didn't think I would like Tim Burton's version of Alice In Wonderland but I LOVED it so much I purchased a copy of it.
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