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Southern Belle Contemplates Monday (On Tuesday): 10 Random Things From My Southern Belle Brain

Ten Random Things I have been thinking about and thought I would share.

  1. I think Hallmark Channel or someone else should make movies out of the “Yada Yada Prayer Group”.  I would love to see my favorite characters come to live on the screen.
  2. Part of me thinks it would be cool if they did a “Gone With The Wind” movie re-make.
  3. I think it would interesting if they did a “The Nanny” reunion movie.
  4. While I liked that the new “90210” ended with Liam and Annie getting engaged, I would have liked it better if the show ended with them getting married.
  5. The Pioneer Woman is probably my favorite celebrity cook and probably the one I can relate to the most.
  6. I think I might write a book, or at least try.
  7. I would love to see Morgan and Garcia end up together on “Criminal Minds”
  8. I really don’t think “Scarlett: The Sequel to Gone With The Wind” is what Margaret Mitchell would have had in mind if she was going to write a sequel.  The Scarlett in there was not the Scarlett from the original.
  9. On “Revenge” I don’t really think Declan is dead.
  10. I can’t wait to hear who is going to play Christian Gray and Gideon Cross in the movies for “Fifty Shades of Gray” and “Bared To You”.  I think Colin Egglesfield could pull off one of them.

Southern Belle Reads Friday: Old Faithful

I should have known it would take an old faithful kind of book to get me out of my reading funk.  One of the many spin-off books to “The Yada Yada Prayer Group” by Neta Jackson.  I loved “The Yada Yada Prayer Group” and all the books that have come since.  So this week I picked up “Come To The Table” by Neta Jackson.  It is the second book it the second spin-off series after the Yada Yada Series ended.  I can’t get enough of these books or more importantly the people in these books, they feel like family.  These books always make me laugh, make me feel better, and make me think about my faith.  I should have known it would take a book like that to get me back on the reading track.