Monday, January 16, 2012

This Post Doesn't Actually Have A Point, But Its Happy. :)

I am a sucker for fairy tales. I love them. I love them so much I might explode. Today one my friends took me to see Beauty and the Beast in 3D and I fell for that movie all over again. If my first dance can be like the one in the ballroom where they sing that gorgeous song and Belle is wearing that wonderful gold dress...

Zomg. I can't wait to get married. X)

I'm also a big fan of happy endings. I have a weird fascination for movies with depressing, break-your-heart-bring-out-the-tissue-box kinds of movies (usually they're about writers too - go figure) but oh my goodness. Who doesn't want to fall in love with a wonderful beast, have him turn into a gorgeous prince, kill off the evil awful suitor, break a curse and then live happily ever after in a castle with a library the size of Hong Kong?!

I wouldn't mind that at all.

One of my new favorite TV shows is Once Upon a Time. I'm just waiting for Beauty and the Beast to pop up. Or the little mermaid. Don't even get me started on how much I love that story. It's funny - I hate movies that happen under the ocean and I'm terrified of sharks but I adore mermaids. My very first Nano - and my first completed manuscript - was about a bunch of mermaids. Heh. No one is ever going to read that story, except my mother, who already has. :)

That story does, however, have a very happy ending and some delightful characters... Hmm. Maybe I'll pull it out one day when I feel like a Super Editor.

Sigh. I had such a good day, ya'll. Just listen to this and feel happy.

Or this...

I'm going to explode into rainbows and butterflies here in a second. Also, my mother made lasagna for supper tonight for which my love is second only to spaghetti on my favorite food list.

And guess what?! I started writing again. Book Three has officially begun.

How's that for happiness?????

P.S. The 3D version of Beauty and the Beast is soooo gorgeous. The artistic side of it was absolutely breathtaking. I highly recommend it. :)


  1. I would kill for a library the size of Hong Kong. No - really. I need to start working on my alibis now.

    1. Let me in on the master plan. I'll kill for that too. ;)

  2. Mackenzie, what a great post! I was happy right from the first three lines! Looking forward to reading more of your wonderful writing.

    1. Ahh, I feel like I've accomplished something. :) Thank you for reading!