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Celebrate The Small Things … With Cake


Just saw The Amazing Spiderman 2. I have some issues with it but over-all I enjoyed the movie. Peter and Gwen (Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone) have such an amazing chemistry and I just fell in love with “their” song from the movie, Song for Zula by Phosphorescent.


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And since it’s Friday, it’s time again to post our celebrations as Celebrate The Small Things, thanks to our awesome host VikLit.

My Celebrations for this week:

  1. Won Camp NaNoWriMo and hit my goal of finishing the first draft.

  2. My birthday! My friends threw me a surprise birthday dinner and it was really great.

How was your week? Seen any good movies lately?


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12 thoughts on “Celebrate The Small Things … With Cake

  1. Ooh happy birthday greetings!

  2. Happy Birthday and congrats on winning! πŸ™‚

  3. Oh wow, you’re birthday is today!? So is mine! πŸ˜€ I went out all day and had fun at the park. It’s been a nice laaazy week so far (and I love it!)

  4. Happy birthday, Maggie!
    I’m busy getting ready for my debut next week. Gah! I need a Valium. LOL

  5. I saw the Amazing Spiderman 2 as well (I’m on a cinema card so I tend to end up watching a lot of different movies .) I also enjoyed the film but had the odd issue with it. Gwen is such a wonderful character though, perhaps one of my favourite β€œgirlfriend” characters. The last film I watched was ‘The Wind Rises’ and I think I’m planning to see Pompeii next. ‘Celebrate the small things’ is a lovely idea as we often don’t spend enough time appreciating what we already have in favour of always trying to obtain what is out of reach. Perhaps I should consider doing the same thing.

    • Nice. I used to think what it would be like to work in a cinema and see all the movies. πŸ˜€ I agree the Gwen and Peter dynamic makes the movie an enjoyable one. Gwen is not the regular damsel in distress and is actually more of a help than a hindrance. I think we need more female characters like that. Celebrate The Small Things is great. I encourage you to sign up (link in my post). Hopefully you’ll be celebrating with us come Friday. πŸ™‚

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