Children Films

Every Saturday I try to watch a family film with my children, and I will not sit down and watch any old crap that is animated and flashy, as kids have the tendency to do. We have seen a lot of films through the years, every Miyazaki, Pixar, Disney animated classics, Bluth, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Neverending Story, Goonies etc.

My imagination is running out, so I asked Twitter to suggest some and I would like to share them. Please suggest more in the comments and I will add them to the list if we haven't seen them!

1) Hook
2) How to Train Your Dragon
3) The Last Unicorn
4) Girl Who Lept Through Time
5) Summer Wars
6) Despicable Me
7) Flight of the Navigator
8) Peanut Butter Solution
9) Real Genius
10) Return to Oz
11) Flight of the Navigator
12) The Last Starfighter
13) The Wizard
14) Bill & Ted Movies
15) Explorers (1985)
16) Home Alone
17) The Sandlot
18) Cats Don't Dance
19) Secret of Kells

I'm Done.

Also, dammit, I lost my Wacom pen all day and found it in the freezer. It must have fell out of my ponytail or something.
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I did this so fast and shitty that I didn't really feel like putting it up, but what the heck. This took place a week or so ago.

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    Rasmus' band (bang bang pwang ching tjing bang!)

Summer 2009 Part 4

I've decided to just end this particular story here. It's just too difficult to do.

I still have trouble swallowing pills after this.
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    She's An Angel - TMBG

Lentil Patties

Makes approx 8

1 medium sized onion
4 dl boiled lentils
1 dl flour
2 dl shredded carrots
1 tea spoon of chopped thyme, savory or basil (or whatever you like I guess)
Oil or butter for frying

Peal and chop onions. Mash the lentils or use a mixer. Mix in all the other ingredients until you get an even mixture. (I used a mixer for everything until it was pretty smooth. I added more flour than the recipe asked for too, I think. I went after feeling) Form the mixture in round balls as if making meatballs.

Fry the balls carefully in oil or butter on a low temperature. (I kind of flattened mine out a little to give them more of a patty look.)