“Like father, like son”

Can’t find Mockingjay!
This is annoying.
Home and in bed early on a Friday night, of course I want to read.
Has it dropped out of my bag somewhere?

I have to get something else than this film on my mind before I fall asleep:

It deserves a lot of sad faces and heaps of praise! *sniffle*


2 responses to ““Like father, like son”

  • Ainee

    Really a lovely movie, though it makes me angry and sad and causes all of those other annoying emotions too… Hearbreaking and heartwarming at the same time – is that even possible?

    Oh-kay, now I’m off to bed (as I probably should’ve been a couple of hours ago), but I have to say I share your fear about bad/sad dreams because of that damn movie… Oh well, I guess I’ll just have to try my luck.

    BTW: Would rate this as excellent had it not been for you not finding “Mockingjay”, that deserved at least one star off, if not more 😉

    • emmytheemu

      Hope you had a good night’s sleep 😉 I must have done something right before turning in, because I can’t recall dreaming at all. And the Mockingjay miraculously came back from underneath my desk at work. Thanks bro’!

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