On day four, you wrote a post about losing something. (In blogging terms that is like three centuries ago.) Today, write about finding something. (I already created a draft version of what I thought the series was going to be about, so stuff ya’ll!) Today’s twist: if you wrote day four’s post as the first in a series, use this one as the second installment — loosely defined. (I’ll try.)
The only thing clearer about my inability to follow these prompts accurately would be my inability to stay focused on the task at hand, i.e post daily. I have a convenient excuse. I might suffer from ADHD, as per Dr Google. So here goes my interpretation and an attempt at pleasing the Blogging Gods (aka the Editors of WordPress) who must be seriously annoyed at my lack of commitment to Writing 101.
Not only is Rise of the Guardians one of the best animated movies of all time, it also causes severe silent crying. Especially the pivotal scene when Jack Frost realizes that a little boy can actually SEE him. He does his best to make a little boy believe in miracles and the Tooth Fairy, when suddenly this kid gets a priceless, shocked expression on his face. He sees Jack Frost for the first time and the animators captured that moment brilliantly. And then there is the moment when Jack realises what his center is…Just watch the movie. Continue reading