Have you seen this movie? I must admit that when I first heard of it I thought, Oh great, another teen agnst movie. But I was so wrong. This movie is such a treasure. Great characters and the soundtrack rocks! I down-loaded the movie and the soundtrack to my laptop. If you haven't seen it, what's stopping you?
Okay, commercial over. On to the challenge. From Screen to Scrap's May challenge is based on the movie poster. The criteria to follow: a bit of green cardstock, black title and bricks. Of course I used a lot of green cardstock since it's my background paper :-) Journaling reads:
an answer. When I ask Teenager to do something he stands there; when I ask Brick Wall to do something it stands there. See the similarities? I know that time will erode some of Teenager’s attitude just as time erodes away a Brick Wall. But dealing with Teenager in the in-between years makes we want to hit my head against Brick Wall.
We've hit the teenage years hard in our home, can you tell? We've been working through some challenges. And "talking to a brick wall" is not a cliche to a parent of a teenager! I can almost see my words as they hit him and then crumble to the ground unheard, unwanted <sigh>. But I'll keep talking and hope that some of the words get through.
Digi Credits: Captivated Visions, Sissy Sparrows and Anna Aspnes.
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