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05 November 2009

Emma Thompson did it better...


...but I had tons of fun pretending :) Yep, that's me playing dress up. I simply adore Emma Thompson's portrayal of the absent minded Professor Sybil Trelawney in the Harry Potter series.
Thanks to my brilliant husband for the use of his time, camera, and lighting.
I just realized, this is my 70th post! I see many long and prosperous years on blogger in my tea leaves, and yours too! Have a wonderful Thursday.

15 comments:

Jennifer Shirk said...

You look great!! LOL

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

Great picture! Emma was great in that role.

Elizabeth
Mystery Writing is Murder

Karen Walker said...

You look awesome, Jen.
Karen

Kristen Torres-Toro said...

Haha! That's awesome!

...mmm... said...

funny outfit. You mad woman, you! Ha.

Hey, i just saw the tea invite up. Thank you. I do hope you come prepared for good banter and cakes. Better start looking for the right outfit abut now. Feel free to bring something if you want, but it is not a potluck, being virtual and all!

Jen Chandler said...

Thanks guys! I had such fun playing Trelawney :) Now if I could just look like Emma in the "real" :)

Mr. Toast: You are most welcome! I am looking forward to the tea. I shall peruse the shops on High Street this afternoon and pick out the perfect outfit to wear :) I may even bring something tasty, like my almost world famous chocolate chip oatmeal cream pies!

Bethany Wiggins said...

Writers are the most creative people I know. And the least worried about showing it. I love the picture. Your blog is beautiful.

Elspeth Antonelli said...

Emma Thompson is one of my favourite actors; I've never seen anything where she wasn't tremendous. It's a good costume, Jen, be proud.

Elspeth

ElanaJ said...

What a great picture. Thanks for sharing!

Helen Ginger said...

Well, look at you! Great job.

Helen
Straight From Hel

Jeannie Campbell, LMFT said...

i totally didn't realize who you were until i read the post! even your title didn't help me. i won't tell you what i originally thought you were dressing up as. but good stuff....i laughed. :)

jeannie
The Character Therapist

Tarazod Films said...

Very cool!

olivia said...

Oh my goodness -- that is wonderful, fantastic ... wondertastic!

Jen Chandler said...

Thanks Olivia! And thanks for visiting :)

Des said...

I think Emma Thompson is an outstanding actress. Her performance with Anthony Hopkins in, "The Remains of the Day," made that one of my favorite films.