Sweet soundtrack. It's enchanting.All these ladies seem to have imaginary friends. I wonder what they were told to do? Perhaps these are screen tests?
The women seemed kind of silly to me, but I loved the coloring of the film and like you - the music.
Oh dear.I'm afraid I've become quite addicted to this little haunting tune. You don't happen to know the source of it, do you Belinda?
Julie, according to the description:"Music: Killer Tracks CD entitled: KT223 (Inspire). First track used is called "Breath," the second is called "Kindle."
Vince, How in the world did you figure that out!?Julie, I'm sorry I didn't answer your question, I've been overwhelmed at home with other responsibilities and I would have told you, I have no clue but the computer wiz kid - Vince, knows all.
Thank you Vincenzo! I was able to get my computer-savy daughter to download it for me because of your tip! Now I can obsessively play it to my heart's content. (Or someone insists that I stop.)Belinda- Sorry to bug you. My feelings won't be hurt if you ignore my questions. I realize you actually have a real life outside of your blog. :)
Julie, I don't usually make a habit of ignoring people. My children keep giving me projects to work on and I'm also working on Christmas. I would cry but I don't have time. ;) Even if no one else ever read my blog I would still write because it helps me to sort out my thoughts and blogging makes me laugh.
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