I have read the first book and a bit of the second book. I'm not sure quite why I gave up after a few chapters of the second book except that I'm not a great reader. I have loved the films since childhood and ever since I can remember I'd watch the first one at least once or twice each year with my mom. I have also seen that dreaded masquerading as Anne's continued story twice but each time it's been terribly disappointing! :(
Just smile, giggle and tell him he was very silly. My hair isn't the least bit carroty, in fact Anne would probably call my hair "a beautiful raven black"! I don't think I'd get upset because I enjoy a little bit of teasing and an Anne themed teasing would be just fine with me! Although, if there was a slate handy I might enjoy teasing him right back by pretending I was going to hit him over the head with it. :)
Stay on firm ground because it is a silly dare, but probably regret that I didn't try.
Diana Barry! I have the dark hair and I'm rather more like her than imaginative Anne. Marilla or Mrs. Lynde would be fun to play attempt too! :)
Hmm...maybe Miss Stacey. She seems like a sensible but kind lady with a good head but she enjoys a good laugh too. "Tomorrow is always fresh with no mistakes on it."
(Your MMG made me giggle Miss Dashwood! :) )
Casting could be fun! I'm not really an actor or a costume-maker and don't really have enough knowledge to write a good screenplay. Set designer would be lots of fun!
7. What are, in your opinion, the funniest AGG book/movie scenes? (choose one from the books and one from the movies)
I love Anne & Diana's mud puddle scene from The Sequel, it's just too hilarious for words! From the book...it's been so long since I read the first book, I just remember that everything made me giggle, especially Anne's long speech to Matthew on the way to Green Gables for the first time! :)
In The Sequel the saddest part for me if when Anne rejects Gilbert's proposal after Diana's wedding. That scene always make me cry now because I feel a bit of Gil's heartbreak during that scene!
Saddest scene in the first book (the only one I've read) is definitely's saying good-bye to Matthew.
Maybe Diana's Aunt Josephine. She's an interesting lady with a lovely big house. Or maybe Matthew Cuthbert could be my guide to Avonlea.
A kindred spirit is someone who shares many of the same interests and favorite things as you. Someone who doesn't mind if you chatter away because they'll be chattering with you. Someone who you can always rely on to be there for emotional support and help when you just need a friend. Someone who shares you faith and will pray for you when you need guidance.
I have met several Kindred Spirits during my time of blogging and I praise the Lord for blessing me with such kind and encouraging friends!
Thanks Miss Dashwood for such a lovely tag!