Wordless Wednesday

I'm joining my friend, Miss DeCarbo for her Wordless Wednesday. If you have never done it- you should link up. I love the random pictures and ideas that I get from it. It also keeps me blogging-ish once per week.
In the summer during naptime, I'm always doing school stuff. Normally, I watch reruns of 90210. However soap net went off the air. So I started looking for old movies. I've watched Clueless, Buffy, Troop Beverly Hills, Can't Buy Me Love (soo cute). This is my favorite though. Rip Corey Haim. Gosh, I loved him every way from Sunday. I'm so sad he died.  For today, I'll be watching this favorite. 
I snagged it for six bucks at walmart!!! I'll be watching it during nap time  today!!!

What old movie makes you smile that reminds you of your childhood? 

Mrs. H. 

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  1. That would have to be "Mary Poppins." It was the first time I saw a movie in a theater. My older sister took me. I was only four years old yet I remember walking to the theater, standing in line forever to get our ticket, the smell of the popcorn, the scratchy seats, and THE MOVIE...it was in color... WOW! TV was black and white so this was a novelty. This was also the day I fell in love with Burt. More than 50 yrs. later I still like Dick van Dyke... and Mary Poppins. Every once in a while I pull out my DVD to watch.


  2. Ferris Bueller's Day Off! That monotonous teacher voice still cracks me up!

  3. For me it has to be How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer... it's not Christmas without them, and I'm instantly a kid again :) Kidpeople Classroom

  4. Dirty Dancing....I watch it every time I find it on TV. An National Lampoons Christmas Vacation every Thanksgiving; my family can recite the whole movie from memory.

    Kovescence of the Mind

  5. Definitely "The Labyrinth" and "The Dark Crystal!" I used to love movies like that when I was a kid. makes me a little nostalgic thinking about it!

    First Grade Stampede

  6. Gotta be Sweet Home Alabama- it's totally cheesy and silly, but you just have to love it! My daughter liked the Beethoven dog movies and my son watched a Sesame Street movie over and over.
    Teachers Are Terrific!

  7. I love movies like Ferris Buller's Day Off, Pretty Woman, The Sound of Music and Anne of Green Gables! Those remind me of staying home from school when I was sick!

    Mrs. 3rd Grade 

  8. Anything by John Hughes for sure but Some Kind of Wonderful is one of my absolute favs! I just watched it on DVD the other day!

  9. I love The Parent Trap haha!! No idea why! Thanks for linking up! :)


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