The phone wrang at 4:07. I have never let a phone just ring. I looked at it and I looked back at the television, then I looked at it again and made a conscious decision to LET IT RING I was engrossed in the moment.
I know some of you are despising these words because of political views certain people hold. Many of you know that my Dad could not watch certain classic movies "EVER" because of the actors who were in them but ME, I can seperate the art from the heart, and I hung on every word and mannerism. I caught her twirling her weddign ring when Robert sat close to her, I saw the glisten in both of their eyes when they looked at each other, and I knew this was the REAL sequel to that movie. Exhale. It was a moment in time where I will remember just where I was and what I was doing. One of the special moments in life that are just for you, and it doesn't matter who cares about it or shares it. The movie is certainly my all time favorite, but today's interview was certainly the frosting on the cake!
Oh No, I have written a post about a title without even meaning to go there, so I guess the story I had meant to tell after the first sentence will just have to wait. After all I am in that place in 1973 of "The Way I Was"~EnjoyPin It Now!