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Hello there, Stranger!
Welcome to my humble little blog.

The name's Tammie, but friends call me Tam (not 'thumb').

Who am I, you ask?
I'm not that smart top-scorer girl in your class.
I'm not that pretty lass you always see on the streets either.
I am passionate, stubborn and emotional.
My absolute most favorite thing to do is hanging out with people I care & love.
My passion burns for Jesus & photography.
I wish to travel more and see more.

This blog was created so I get to jot down my feelings.
Happenings in life.
That is, if I'm not too lazy to update ;)

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010 @ 9:29 PM
Ever wonder how it's like to be dead?

I watched this movie today. The Lovely Bones. I never expect it to be so intense.

Have you ever wonder how people will react once they found out you're dead?
Honestly, I have.

This movie is like a story. Told by a 14 year old girl who uses this line to introduce herself :  'My name is Salmon, like the fish. First name, Susie. I was fourteen years old when I was murdered on December 6th, 1973.'
She continues to tell the story after she's dead.

I guess I can related to Susie Salmon.
Her first crush going to step in first love then all of a sudden, she was murdered. Everything was taken away from her at that moment. Her life was just about to begin when it was robbed away.

The whole movie is told from the eyes of a dead girl. Seeking revenge. Hoping someone could hear her voice.

Live life to the fullest. Once you're dead, there's no turning back.
That one thing I've learnt from the movie.

Granted, there were some scenes I think are cheesy. But hey, it's about the afterlife, which living person would have any idea about that? So that's forgivable. 

I cried. Yeah. Told you I never expect this movie to be that intense.

"There was one thing my murderer didn't understand; he didn't understand how much a father could love his child."

And this line didn't help the tears from ceasing.

All in all, a movie worth watching.
I'll probably get the book soon ;)

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