Sunday, September 12, 2010

A Message To You Rudy

We decided not to get cable. 
Instead, we have been spending our evenings watching favorite movies from our high school days. 
This weekend we watched Valley Girl.
It got me to thinking about what the soundtrack for my high school days would include.  
Here are the bands that would be on my soundtrack:

Oh, come share your very own soundtrack with me. 
Do you remember when you were in high school and college and one of the first questions you would ask a new acquaintance was "what kind of music do you listen to?" 
That question still reveals so very much. 

Well, we are off to watch The Breakfast Club.

love love,
Fritzi Marie


Kristen said...

Tom Petty
Beastie Boys

That's all I can think of for now..I just watched that movie last weekend on Netflix. Now I can't get the word "Tripindicular" out of my head. I'm going to embrace it and overuse the word this week and see what my boys reactions are! :)

Anonymous said...

because we shared a room and you were the boss, my list is exactly the same as yours kitty!
Now I have to thank you cuz your list is sick!


Fritzi Marie said...

Annie Bannie Beep Beep,

My student who I tutored a few years back, Koichi, once said to me..."Miss Kat, you are so FAT". After giving him a good long talk to about how rude it is to say that to anyone he told me that he heard it at school and he thought it meant that he liked me. Fat=Cool!!!!!

I hope you mean that SICK means COOL, Sister Girl.

love love,

lindsey said...

i applaud your decision to forego cable! valley girl and the breakfast club are two of my favorites! unfortunately, my soundtrack dates me: the monkees, bruce springsteen, the carpenters, little river band, bette midler, barbra streisand, and neil diamond! i LOVE that picture of you.


Anonymous said...

I will share here about my music.......preferences.......a teenager in the 60's WOW, one would think I had favourites but, to be honest, my parents were not into listening to music on the radio or otherwise so when I heard music I was in a car......and listened to whatever that person listened to.....When I listen to the oldies, though, I recognize the music.....the age of Elvis and the Beatles.