Movie Review: The Sound of Music

January 21 2017:

Team TLC Movie Night: Lillian’s choice – “The Sound of Music” –

Lillian says, “Good, musical, romantic, favorite character is Maria, liked the songs, worth watching, fabulous, and amazing.”

I say, “I’ve seen this before, yet, not with Thomas and Lillian. And it has been years and years. Felt completely different this time. Incredibly wonderful! Loved it like I’d never seen it!!! Heart warming, indeed!”

Thomas says, “I liked it! My favorite character is the oldest son. My favorite scene was when they were hiding. Liked the music. Better than I expected. A solid movie! Good storyline. Liked the idea of it. Seemed like it was actually happening and could happen in real life.”

The Sound of Music Movie 1.21.17

Why I Began to Blog

December 22 2016:


Team TLC extra movie night: My choice: “Julie & Julia” –

I say, “I watched this for the first time in 2007. It was one of the reinforcing messages to teach myself everything about blogging.

Which, I did. I spent hours and hours learning. And, then I jumped in!! I purchased my, Thomas’, and Lillian’s names as domains as I knew this would be important for them later in life. Thomas was 2 years old at the time. He’s 11 years old now. ( and and … )

I began blogging at Pink Elephant Books .com and then Lillian joined me over there. I think she was 6 years old. Then at some point she and I switched to writing at our namesake blogs. And, later, Thomas did too. And at some point I began an online journal at The Team TLC .com (this blog).

I loved this movie then and now as, for me, it is about listening to our intuition, divine messages, and following those messages without hesitation. xoxoxo”

Thomas says, “I liked it. I like food. I liked that she was driven by a passion for something. I liked how it switched back and forth in time. I like how it is similar to my 365 photography project.”

Lillian says, “Good, I like how it has to do with food, liked how she was passionate, like the humor, my favorite parts were Julie’s blog, and after she cooked the last dish, and how she got to see Julia’s kitchen.”