Wednesday, April 6, 2011

A-Z Blogging Challenge: Letter E

I have a mixed media A-Z for you all to enjoy! For my 26 posts enjoy great movie lines, favorite children's books, fantastic music selections, and perhaps an episode of Seinfeld or I Love Lucy! A little something for everyone! Today Seinfeld and Lucy have been replaced by a short clip of The Andy Griffith Show. 

Grand Dame: My great-great-grandmother's portrait hung in the University up until the Revolution. By then, the truth of their romance had been reduced to a simple fairy tale. And while Cinderella and her Prince *did* live happily ever after, the point, gentlemen, is that they *lived*. 

by Bryan Adams from the Soundtrack Robin Hood
(Anytime is the right time for Bryan Adams)

The Andy Griffith Show..... because life's just funnier in Mayberry.
Ernest T. Bass Joins the Army (Not a full episode, but a little Ernest T. goes a long way.)
You know you want to whistle along!


  1. I'm familiar with all of them! (I played my Bryan Adams tape to death).

  2. Did you know Bryan Adams is now a photographer? LOL, I loved Ernest T., especially his rock throwing :)
    Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

  3. Ever After - if i could keep only one movie in my vast collection, that would be it. when i'm feeling crummy and need one movied to make me feel better, that's the one i watch.

  4. I love Ever After. It's such an awesome take on the Cinderella story!

  5. Great "E" post! I can admit to liking Bryan Adams and that song is wonderful.

    Haha, great old school clip. The Andy Griffith show is a priceless classic.

  6. Your E post is awesome! You ahve some of my favorites on here. Love the elves and the shoemaker and Ever After I fell in love with when visiting my sisters when they lived in Omaha.
    And what can I say about Andy! He is the best grew up to him and love his show watch every chance I can over and over again. The best of classics in our home. I think my dear hubby can qoute every epsiode.

  7. Oh some of my favorites! I smile every time I hear the song Mayberry by Rascal Flatts...

    How is the editing going? I am only slightly frazzled:)