Hi sweety I am sorry I won't be able to respond to your discussion very much cause we are leaving and going on vacation this week to Massachusetts to see family, I will try to check back and post when I can I have limited internet access at home but when we get to the hotel I will be able to get online a bit more xoxo love ya have a wonderful and blessed week
Hi, I don't know if you remember me, but when I first signed up you were one of the first people to accept my friendship. I was going on the twilight saga for about a wek straight and then my Internet got disconnected for about 2 weeks straight. And when I finally got my Internet turned back on, I tried to sign in on The Twilight Saga website and it wouldn't let me. So I had to create a whole new account/registration/profile. But I just wanted to say hi again. you used to send me a whole lot of stuff. Chat with you later
Doc, thank you so much for the warm welcome! I absolutley love this site and your page! I also saved the midnight sun to read, I'm sure I'll be doing that today. Also I was wondering if you knew how to get a hold of Stephanie to get a book signed? I have a leather bound first edition of Breaking Dawn that I would just love signed.
Should I read twilight book is it better than the movie? Luv movie. Watch it over & over. I think the actors per Bella & Edward should receive oscars! such luv portrayed without words, or alot of them anyway. beautiful. Bella wasn't one to go with the flow she felt ackward & different from others her age. looking for the one thing to give her life purpose
Thanks doc. Haven't read twilight book, went into book 3 & 4 right after. Had to know what was going to happen. Stephanie ends on such abrupt circumstances. One can't hardly wait to find out. I just keep watching twilight & new moon over & over. Till eclipse comes out on DVD then I'll add it. I love twilight I think the most only it's a tough choice
Thanks so much for the invite I am reading the book after Eclipse : Breaking Dawn it has been a very crazy confusing book for me I am half way through it I just don't know what is going to happen I have yet to see the movie Eclipse but i hope to do so next weekend anyways thanks so much once again do u mind if I add you as a friend?? Well thanks again xoxo love ya have a wonderful and blessed weekend gb,*Anne*
aristocratic families kept every hair on their heads shaved. Then they would have beautiful wigs made from long luxuriant hair grown by their slaves.(The exact type of wig Kristen wore) After the slave's hair had been cut, it would be repeatedly washed and then styled. Now if a Summit movie production team had, had a movie made staring King Tut's sister, step mother, and or wife Ank, (Ank: filled each of those relationship roles for Tut, at different times during his life) even though Kristen's wigs and Ank's wigs would have been made in precisely the same way, they wouldn't have looked the same
And that's because, Ank had a wig slave, who was responsible for maintaining her wigs with a brilliant shiney "life like" appearance. The way the slave did that, was by every day whipping up a "hair prep' made up of four parts olive oil and one part bee's wax. (The Egyptians keep amazing records)
Human "skin oil' isn't ALL oil. It's about 4 parts oil and one part wax (serumen) the exact same forumla that Ank's wig dressers used.
Then she (the wig slave) would, each day put a small amount of the mixture on the top of each wig (ANK had dozens of wigs) and then gently brush each wig for sometime. And that would blending the oil/wax mixture into the full length of every hair follicle
And that is why if Summit's Movie Production team had filmed Ank's hair it would have looked alive and beautiful. And that's also why Kristen's improperly groomed hair, looked so flat and dead in the movie "Eclipse." Of course Kristen's hair could have looked great had it been properly groomed. OR: If she hadn't cut it off her real hair, to make the blockbuster movie "The Go-Goes."
Yours, Reading Bear
PS: The male actor who always had Hollywood's most beautiful hair was Ronald Reagan. When asked how he kept it that way, he said "I use Brylcream"
Brylcream is a hair prep that most people think has been around since 1900. But since it is a whipped blend of 80% olive oil and 20% bee's wax, it has actually been used for over 3000 years. And now YOU know the "rest of the story." The way that the Brylcream company recommend that it be used, was to daily apply a small amount ("little dab") of it every day, and then gently brush the hair. Even the application of Brylcream, was the same as Ank's slaves had used thousands of years ago. The more things change, the more they stay the same.