Friday, March 5, 2010

Two things

I just found this 1903 first ever version of Alice in Wonderland and it's really stunning. It may even be better than the new 3D version. You decide. I am just trying to figure out what it must have been like to see this movie in 1903. It had to have felt like such a magical experience.
There is a really awesome giveaway going on right now. This adorable couple is trying to win a dream wedding from
Crate and Barrel. If you vote for them here and then post your vote
on their blog here you will be in the running to win the amazing
embroidered necklace shown below. Also, when you post your comment on my blog please
say that you saw this giveaway on my blog.
THEN! you tell everyone about the giveaway and they say they saw it on your blog.
THEN! you get more chances to win that amazing necklace. This
couple really seem
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wedding and then just TRY to not adore them. TRY! Or don't try and
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(Sorry this format is weird, my blogger is cutting off words weirdly.)

Alrighty, back to reality. There is coffee and a treadmill in my future and I'm only looking forward to one of those things. Guess which one.
Have a great weekend!


Maria-Thérèse said...

I like what's going on in the edges of that movie! Wrong thing to focus on, I know, but the "noise" is kind of cool!

Jess said...

Thanks for posting that video! I was listening about it on NPR this morning and was meaning to go dig it up. Fabulous special effects, no?! :0)

anna said...

Freaky.. this week I'm confronted with Alice almost every day in a different way, or maybe its just because she's so popular ;)love this movie! We went to the cinema tonight, but it was sold out, so the 3d version has to wait, this one will dio for now :)

xoxoKrysten said...

Oh my gosh I am loving all the Alice posts I'm reading! Yay! Happy weekend!

LINDSAY said...

And I thought I had seen every version! Thanks for posting:)

Sarah said...

Oh joyousness! Thank you so much for mentioning our giveaway, Ann! Your sweet sweet compliments and this delicious cup of coffee I'm drinking have just made this the best late morning/early afternoon EVER!

<3 Sarah Westervin