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It's Friday, and I have mountains of accounting to do, and yet I'm in a Totoro frame of mind. Am I gearing up to be a grandma? (Don't tell my kids I even hinted at that - I've always said I would *never* pressure them to have grandkids!!) Or am I wanting more child-like play, art, growies, and fun?

For the trailer, and other comments about Miyazaki films, see this excellent post in a thread about permie themed sci-fi.

In any case, I just want to leave these photos here:







Happy childlike fun Friday to you all!
 
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I had to look up the word, totoro ...
Thanks for sharing!  This made my day!
 
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Anne Miller wrote:I had to look up the word, totoro ...
Thanks for sharing!  This made my day!



You're so welcome! The movie is truly a delight for all ages. A bit mystery and adventure, love of nature, joy and artful beauty...it has all that kind of goodness in it.
 
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