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Welcome to my newest blog. What is a kimberline you ask? Well where I live in Portland, Dorset, it is a nickname given to newcomers to the Island. Yes Portland is an Island seperated from Weymouth by a causeway. Its part of the Jurassic coast and I love living here. I will be posting lots of different things I hope you enjoy visiting here. Hugs Sara

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Saturday, 24 September 2011

Practical magic post

My darling girl, when are you going to realize that being normal is not necessarily a virtue? It rather denotes a lack of courage! - Aunt Frances Owens
ITs funny but that quote means a lot to me.  I was always wishing I was normal growing up, because of my health issues.  My mum said pretty much the same thing to me.  Now who I am is ME.

The house, wouldnt you just give anything for that house.  All that magic in the garden, the love spell, I love how the roses floated up past the moon.
Practical Magic.  You know I just love that film.  It has always been one of my favourites.  I love the aunts.  I think they are such great characters.  I adore the wacky costumes they wore.
When the girls realise he is the one and they go all that way to get rid of the potion Gillian had made to make him go away.  Its a shame that he came in only half way through the movie.  He's just gorgeous, dont you think?
I just so love the ending when they do this and everyone is watching in awe. 

so remember, plant lavender for luck and always toss the salt over your shoulder

15 comments:

Alison said...

I love this film too! I just wish I had a house and garden like that. x

maddyrose said...

A lovely post. I think I must have visited at least 100 posts yesterday and today of people telling what they love about the movie and book. Nearly every one of them has mentioned the aunts house in the movie. I think it's one of the reasons I keep watching the film year after year.

bertie said...

lovely post and I love the aunts the best! Well, except for that incredible house and garden. It is a great movie that I never tire of! Thanks for sharing and come on over to my blog to enter a giveaway of one of my cinnamon spiced witch lanterns! blessed be! bertie
www.awildberrywitch.blogspot.com

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Happy Practical Magic Day! :) Glad you participated in the party. Thanks for a lovely post! :) Please feel free to come and visit with me, too. :)
http://faeriemooncreations.blogspot.com/2011/09/practical-magic-blog-party-2011.html
Sincerely, Theresa

Linda said...

I enjoyed your party very much. i love looking at the photos of the house and parts of the other scenes. Lots of wondrous memories. I hope that you will visit my party:
momentsinaneye.blogspot.com

LuLu Kellogg said...

The ending was one of my favorite parts as it showed acceptance. I never tire of watching the movie :)

Thank you for sharing your post with all of us to celebrate the magic of Practical Magic! Lovely to visit with you!

Cheers!
LuLu Kellogg

Kasia said...

really good movie, and perfect for this season too! :) I wish that house was mine too! ;)

lisa said...

Lovely post and lovely blog. Thank you for sharing with everyone! Hope you can stop by my enchanted oven for some PM cookies.
Hugs,
Lisa

Moncha said...

Hi, I think the quote speaks to a lot of us. What is normal ???
Thank you so much for the wonderful party.
Have a magical day.

Crystalrainbow said...

thank you for a magical post i enjoyed my visit :) i love the movie too x x x

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Hello, I am visiting form the Practical Magic Blog party. :D You have a lovely blog! Come and visit me when you can!

Susan said...

yes Aiden Quinn is yummy! and I too love when the girls throw out the pancake syrup! :) Good to see you Sara <3 Happy Mabon!
hugs and BB,
Susan

aradia's cauldron said...

I love that quote too. There are a lot of great ones in the film!

Dragonfly said...

Wonderful post, I love that ending too where all the towns people come out for them.

frith
J x

Frosted Petunias said...

That line from the movie is my favorite quote of all time I think. Isn't it amazing how so many of us are inspired by this film? Thank you so much for sharing your favorite moments and for joining the party again this year. Have a beautiful October :)

Anna