LOL. Now those are funny. I literally laughed out loud at those. Thanks for lightening my day at the office!! It hardly took any time at all to view and I am still laughing.Jan
lol!Jan you must view in detail when u get home because there are little details that will make u laugh even more. there's the owl, the characteristics, bella as chicken and the kisses my gosh! it is sooo funny and cut to watch the twilight bunnies:D
I do not know how to get this to play in slow motion. And I am wondering if since I have Firefox, it won't play in slow mo. Jan
sorry it's my mistake i meant pausing and checking each scene in details because it is in FW mode. It is not possible to play in slow mo unless moved to a movie maker program or something, I guess. I'm not good with videos don't really know how to do so.
Okay-- that's something I might be able to do-- LOL. I don't know, though. Sometimes I am handicapped working with technology. LOL.Jan
I'm always handicapped when it comes to technology I mostly discover things by chance or force never by will lol!
Oh we simply have too much in common, you know that?? LOL.Jan
Yup I am in the same boat again. Technology is on the Autobahn and I am on the dirt road next to it...hahaha. Guess it fits with me being from Germany originally. Not that I don't appreciate technology, I just can't keep up. Did any of you ever look up a word from the word verification under here in the dictionary? I just did, could have sworn it was a real word, guess not, lol.
Woobie - you are a German girl? A long time ago I took many years of German in school. Unfortunately, I never kept up with it after school as there weren't any Germans living in my area. Also, about the that time also, they began cutting out languages like German in high schools. You were lucky if your school offered Spanish. I have a fondness for all things German though as a result of all my German classes.The word verifications are close to actual words-- may have a word or two buried within, but as a whole-- I haven't found one that spells a complete word. You made me laugh out loud on that one. At least, though most of the time I can get the word verification correctly. There are some places where that word verification is so fuzzy that I end up having to try two or three times to get it right. Regarding technology-- I keep up insofar as to be able to surf the web-- stalk Apotamkin's blog incessantly, put tunes on my ipod, read my email. I now have a camera that I am going to have to learn to use along with software so I can store the pics on my computer-- and this will be a challenge for me, I am sure. Otherwise, handicapped is a very good descriptive word for me on a computer. I am so glad to know I am not alone. LOL.Jan
hehe now me and woobie will have the word "incessantly" to look up lol! though I get it means something in the category of Bella's "irrevocably" lol! I had the cutest German boys in my play group (I did that as an expat in Tripoli 3 years ago) one was called Leif and the other Ike hope I spelled that right:)It is great to know Apotamkin made it to Germany! Are you still there Woobie? you sound else where?
LOL- Incessantly- the way I used it means "without stopping or ceasing" or "constantly." As in: I am at your blog alot -- making many comments. In fact I make it a point to attempt to comment on each of your blog entries. Now that you know what it means, it describes my behavior here fairly well, don't you think? LOLJan
that's so nice of u Jan u r so generous with Apotamkin <3
Yes I am else where now, Florida to be exact. Living in the US for almost 10 years now. So it would still be quite a distance to visit even you,Jan. Since I grew up in East Germany, Spanish was not a language we learned. Just Russian, wich I don't remember much. Apotamkin, how did you guess I was going to look up the word incessantly? I totaly love to use strange words... I made myself a twilight dictionary after reading the books the first time and getting stuck on a few interesting words I hadn't heard used befor. Convoluted was one of them and since the word describes the workings of my brain, I now use it a lot. Thanks to Stephenie Meyer, my vocabulary has greatly expanded. I know your blog is more about the movies then the books (I do love them just about the same), but I am wondering if you two read the books one or many times?
Hey Woobie!! So you are in the US. What part of Florida do you live? Well, if you ever get to North Dakota, you can stay at my place! As for Twilight books? I have read them about 4 times each in the past year. I can read through them and then start all over again-- I absolutely love them!! The movies are all the talk now-- of course, I love the cast and those are the people I "see" when I re-read. I am so excited abut these movies now because after Twilight-- Summit decided to spend the money and they ARE following the books as closely as possible. Though they can never do it entirely unless they wanted to make a 12 hour movie, the very fact that they are following the books so closely make the movies even more special.So I know for me-- the books are what started it all and that is where all the details are. But how much more fun to have such great character come alive with Rob, Kris, and the rest. And then to have a place like Apotamkin's wonderful blog-- where we can just go on and on about how we love all things Twilight and to have such beautiful visuals and other fun things that Apotamkin finds and posts-- well it just makes this absolutely the best.But if you want to talk about the books, I will definitely join in. The books rock.Jan
lol! guys Apotamkin reads minds too not as cleverly as Edward who probably evolved his gifts from me ;)I read the books once but refer to them occasionally and open random pages and read as much as time allows any parts that the book opens:) the time I have for myself for home, work,blogging etc barely leaves the chance for a committed reading time and honestly I can no longer take the scorn of having the books under my arms every where as I did the first time:)but following up on the movies and Rpattz and Kstew is just as fulfilling for me now. My ultimate dream is to meet them! I really wish they would eventually choose to visit Dubai and I really wish I would get the opportunity to personally meet them and for the first time would dare and hug strangers lol!like be crazy for once :D
Definitely do not read the books again thoroughly if it means less time for this blog! LOL.I started my latest re-read right after getting the New Moon DVD. One of my favorite books was Eclipse and it really solidified Bella and Edward's relationship-- so after going through the heartbreak of Edward's absence in New Moon-- I picked up Eclipse and started my re-read there. Then after finishing Breaking Dawn-- I couldn't quit so I went and re-read Twilight. Twilight was so delightful to read again for the 4th time or so that I dived right into New Moon. Then I decided to stop for awhile-- thankfully. It gets too intense and I simply love the story about Edward and Bella. So I am cooling on the reading and just feeding my addiction here with you. This place so works for me-- I just love it and enjoy learning more about you. It really is true that our love of Twilight can bridge many differences. Twilight speaks to that inside us all that is good and right.I am so glad I did a Bella and googled "the cold one." And Apotamkin-- I do believe you did teach Edward the mind-reading thing! LOL. Someday, I believe you will meet them all and you will hug them. That mind-reading thing is definitely rubbing off-- I am seeing these things for you and I am not sure at this point where it's coming from-- maybe it's a bit of Alice's ability-- hmmm. . . I will definitely have to figure that one out.Jan
Lol Jan, I think it sounds like the talent that Siobhan has (willing things to go her way).I am on my seventh reread, already half done with Breaking Dawn again. It's probably not the last time, pretty sure once I'm through with it I'll start right over with Twilight. It really is an adiction. It is great that the movie makers follow the books more now. I also see Rob and Kris when I read. Those two were THE find as cast, simply irreplacable. I am glad Edward doesn't look seventeen. The scene in the Eclipse previews, when he gives Bella the ring, his eyes, it's breathtaking! And it's really like I imagined the look on him when I read the part.Jan, thank you for the invite! I might just take you up on it. My hubby and I were thinking about a roadtrip for our 10 wedding aniversary to visit old and new friends all over the West and up to Canada. We didn't have a stop in North Dakota until now.That would be fun!Maybe we should go see Forks on the way too... Btw, I live in DeLand right now (about 20 minutes west of Daytona Beach).
Daytona Beach!! Nascar races!! Cool.The books are wonderful and they are an addiction. It is such a great story. Everytime I read them, I discover something new. Seven times-- woo hoo! You are a champ my dear.I don't know where in Canada you are planning to go, but Winnipeg is straight north of me. I have been to Canada a few times myself. Not lately, though. I hardly travel at all now. I need to change that. LOL.But do keep me in mind if you are going through North Dakota. We have flat land and wide open spaces here. Not alot of people either which makes it nice in many ways. The western part of the state is beautiful-- I live in the Red River Valley which is one of the best farming spots in the world. Way back - a lake covered the region and then a huge glacier that dug out and deposited rich soil and debris. Our soil is black and is great for growing all types of things. But it is flat land for as far as you can see-- so it is boring in that respect. People that come from mountainous and hilly regions can not believe how flat it is around here. LOL.Oh and if you plan to see Forks-- it is quite a few states west of here-- so you will be in for one big road trip.And yeah-- I am like Siobhan!! I do have an uncanny knack for willing all sorts of things my way!LOLJanOh my-- the verification this time is actually a word: nests LOL
lol:D planning road trips already huh?! ok guys i guess Apotamkin will simply keeps googling:) wow how i love for your visions of me would come true! sigh..the funny thing when i read breaking dawn i totally identified with the aunti vamp and her half human half vamp nephew and thought me and my son must audition for this part! i'm that sick lol! and my son is 12.7 now a mini version of Edward with chocolate eyes :) i lokk like a buffed up bella just kidding i can make a cool vamp:) if edited lol! that's enough will go to sleep, love you girls:)
Apotamkin-- I would love to come to visit Egypt someday-- so maybe we will get to meet. I know you are currently in the UAE and I have heard that Dubai is beautiful. So you never know when I might come over your way. It's going to be more than a road trip however-- LOL. Because I will have to fly!Well, if you want to get in on Breaking Dawn casting-- you better put your name in somewhere now-- LOL. They are going to shoot in the fall-- so I am sure they are going to start doing so now! So, chop-chop-- hop to it!! LOLBut it is more than very possible that you will get a chance to see some of the cast-- they are making appearances all over the world and will be doing so again for Breaking Dawn which will most likely be two films. So that is a very good possiblity.JanOh My-- Woobie-- the word verification is "sable" which is the color brown. Two words now-- not just jibberish. You were probably seeing some words. Hmm. . .
How I love the idea that you would actually circumnavigate (learned that studying social studies with Noor!) to be with a twi-friend! you are most welcome!I love Dubai in it is an awesome place very modern with Arabian culture and an incredible multinational community my Utopia! Egypt is wonderful for short vacations if you wish to view the ancient sites but daily life is harsh due to traffic jams and the heat. If you really want to visit either we must-must meet Jan!:)update me on your plans!
I have always been fascinated with antiquities and in your part of the world, things are really old.I don't have any immediate plans, but I have always thought that it makes traveling that much better when one can go to places where there are friends. Now I know you and you live in the Middle East, I would seriously now consider going to see your part of the world and of course, that would include seeing and meeting you as well. As I said, though, no immediate plans. Unless something unexpected happens (whatever that might be) it will be awhile.Jan
looking forward to that plan whenever it's time Jan :)love..
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