This movie makes me cry every time.
It's been years since I watched it. It takes me back to my childhood.
I cried then, too.
We watched it as a family tonight,
and as I watched my little brothers and sisters enjoy it,
I thought of myself,
and how I must have looked when the really intense parts came on.
Like the part when she's hanging onto the ledge of the house, and it's pouring rain, and you just
don't know what's going to happen?
And watching their faces when Sara draws the circle on the attic floor with soap,
and just cries.
I was crying. My little five year old brother was making a sad little frowny face.
The face you make when you know you're about to cry,
but you're trying to hold it in.
Ah, I just love it.
"All women are princesses. It is our right."
kindle my heart.