Thursday, August 26, 2010

I'm a Yankee Doodle sweetheart

So I love the Colonial time period with a fierce and burning passion.


Felicity: An American Girl Adventure. I'm not much of a romcom girl so when I get in the mood to watch some complete fluff I always end up watching Felicity. A Great Colonial Film or The Greatest Colonial Film?


Liberty's Kids. 40 episodes of historically accurate stories supplemented with three awesome teenagers who follow Washington and Jefferson hither thither and yon. Sarah and James: Great Colonial Romance or Greatest Colonial Romance?


Johnny Tremain. This book has been shuffled around on my list of favorites for as long as I can remember. It will always be on that list.


Chains. I really loved this book, I don't even know. I didn't think that I would like it but I did.


The Dreamer. I just found this yesterday. Literally YESTERDAY. I already love it. It's a brilliant webcomic filled to the brim with sexy Colonial.

Sitting here with my coffee, waiting for my brother to be done with the Disney Channel so I can watch the X-Files.

3 comments:

Mishi1 said...

BEST POST EVAH!
I just got online XD Jobs make internet time dwindle to nothing =(

Brittany Ann said...

yayy Felicity!! I am a Felicity/Ben shipper forever and always. I could barely read and I was down with it.

I looove The Dreamer. Melissa met Lora Innes (the artist/writer) at a convention and bought me button pins and stickers. <3

Webcomic to read: Hanna Is Not a Boy's Name. GUHHH. It is deliciously quirky and artistic and full of bromances and also a super-awesome strong female character.

guitargirl said...

Ahhhh! :D Felicity and Libery's Kids!! I used to love those when I was little!