Thursday, October 18, 2007

Girl Power is All Around

So. . . we've been introduced to our theme.
We've found some quotes related to the theme.
We've answered some great questions about the theme.

Today. . . let's find some examples.

To earn one entry today. . . leave a comment.
To earn two entries today. . . leave a comment (or post on your own blog) about:
1 song
1 book title
1 movie
that completely show girl power!

Here are mine:
Song: These Boots Are Made for Walkin' (Nancy Sinatra. . . not Jessica Simpson)
Book: Thousand Splendid Suns
Movie: Bridget Jones's Diary


Liz said...

I am going with:

I Will Survive-Gloria Gaynor
The Awakening-Kate Chopin
Breakfast At Tiffany's, though I think an argument should be made for Fargo as a Midwesterner!

Shabbyjuls said...

Okay..I posted on my blog today...gotta love these posts!!!! Awesome blog!!

Barb said...

ShabbyJuls - -
Can we have a link to your blog?

shelley said...

love this one. i am a music junkie so it's hard to choose just one.. but check my blog to see what i'm throwin down!

Jennifer said...

More Girrrrrl Power!!

I'm Just a Girl- No Doubt (the lyrics are more about girl power than the title is though)

Where the Heart Is-Billie Letts

Erin Brockovich -Love this movie!

BR@NDY said...

posted below the questionaire.

As The World Scraps said...

I posted and am going to be listening to Janice for the rest of the day now.

Elizabeth said...

Here's my rockin' girlie power for today!!!

Regina said...

This is so much fun!

Song: Man! I Feel Like A Woman!
(Shania Twain)
Book: Divine Secrets of the YaYa Sisterhood.
Movie: DOA [Dead Or Alive]
(This was better than I thought it would be).
It is also on my blog


Beth said...

song: All I Really Want - Alanis Morrisette

movie: Thelma and Louise

book: have to think about that one - too many to choose from

scrapyogaguru-rani said...

Sweeeet! I posted on my blog at

Love reading what others came up with!!!!!

Colleen said...

Let's see...

Song: I'm just a girl by No Doubt

Book: The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory

Movie: Both movies about Queen Elizabeth...she ruled england until she was in her 60s as one of the longest raining monarch's they had...alone. She refused to marry, and she made England one of the most powerful countries in Europe. She's my hero

Heather said...

Song -- Bitch, Meredith Brooks

Movie -- Fried Green Tomatoes

Book -- The Memory Keeper's Daughter (that "adoptive" mom had courage)