Monday, May 14, 2012

First Loves Blogfest!


Today is Alex J. Cavanaugh's First Loves Blogfest!  The rules are you have to post your first ever movie, song, book and person that you've loved.

OK!  Here are my answers! :)

FIRST MOVIE:


I used to watch The Lion King all the time!  Like literally every day, when I was younger.  I think the first time I saw this movie I was probably two or three and watched it every day until I was seven or something!  This was my favorite movie ever, and even now, it's still sometimes fun to watch!



FIRST MUSIC:




The Phantom of the Opera Soundtrack was my first favorite music.  Every Thanksgiving when me and my sister Jessica were really young we would put on a show for all of our relatives that came over to our house, (exactly 19 people!) And we would dance to all of these different songs and we almost always danced to the songs from The Phantom of the Opera.


FIRST BOOK:


My first favorite book ever I think was The Pale Green Pants.  This book was written by Dr. Seuss.  This book is about a pair of pale green pants that wants to be friends with whatever that thing is that's screaming. Some bear mouse thing.  I don't really know what is!  But if you want to read this story (It's quick!) here it is!  Pale Green Pants

FIRST LOVE:  





Harry Shum Jr. starred in Glee (The TV show) as a character named Mike, and I think he looks REALLY  good!  By the way he's an awesome dancer and does all of these really cool moves!  He's so awesome!! <3 <3



Hope you enjoyed! :)

-Alyssa :)







18 comments:

  1. So young, yet you have exquisite taste.

    Nice to meet you through the blogfest.

    xoRobyn

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  2. I liked the Lion King when I watched it but haven't seen the movie again in years. More recently, however, I did attend a live musical theater adaptation of it and that was cool! The Phantom of the Opera used to creep me out, so avoided it for years, lol. I don't watch Glee, so I'm not familiar with that guy but Dr. Seuss rocks!

    ~Nicole
    Blog: The Madlab Post
    @MadlabPost on Twitter

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  3. You would probably get along great with my sister.

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  4. I always liked the Dr. Seuss story. I think it was in the same book with the Sneeches.

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  5. Hahaha!! Of course you'd choose Harry Shum Jr :)

    Great choices!

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  6. It is interesting looking at other blogger's selections to see if any are comparable. None yet, I must be a freak :S

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  7. Phantom of the Opera is wonderful! Thanks for reminding me. :)

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  8. the music of the niiiiiggggghhhtt, i am singing it add theme here!

    We all love something...right!
    Jeremy [Retro-Zombie]
    Howlin' Wolf Records: On-Line Magazine

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  9. I my favourite here: The Lion King, I cried big time! I miss the golden Disney movies... the ones made to teach, not us to entertain...*sounding old here, I think* :)

    Sharing the Love!
    English Speaking Zone

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  10. The Phantom of the Opera is a wonderful choice. We played music from it in our community orchestra and it was so beautiful and so much fun. I enjoyed the most recent movie of it as well.

    Allison (Geek Banter)

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  11. The Lion King was one of Disney's greatest animated achievements!
    Thanks for participating in my blogfest.

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  12. What a nice choices! Thank you for sharing your memories.

    Evalina, This and that...

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  13. I remember reading the Pale Green Pants with nobody inside them to you guys many years ago. It is quite memorable. None of these surprised me except the last one as I don't know who that is, I'm too old I guess! :)

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  14. What you wrote about the Phantom of the Opera brought back wonderful memories of watching you and Jessica perform for us! I love Lion King, too! I also remember Grandpa reading the Pale Green Pants to you and Jessica – and I loved listening to the story with you girls every time myself, too! Love, Grandma

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  15. Sorry I'm late.
    Nothing wrong with a little Dr. Seuss.
    That guy is pretty cute. I love watching him dance.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Heather

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