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October 06, 2010


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Requested from the library. Sounds delightful.


I've seen clips of them of you tube. I love them!


I loved this documentary. Amazing attitudes. It's one of the few DVDs that I decided to buy. And yes, watching DVDs is the only way I get through hours of sewing. I've made over100 pillowcases in the last month and lost track of how many hours of movies or NPR I've seen or heard.


This has been one of my favorites for a while. I want to be in it when I get old, too! And I tend to rewatch favorites movies while I sew/craft so that I don't have to pay that much attention to the screen. I can just hear the words and visualize it myself.


I watched it a couple of years ago and instantly became a favorite! Brought a few tears to my eyes as well:)

Sue Wiscombe

Isn't it seriously the sweetest movie ever?? I can't get enough of it. We gave it to everyone for Christmas last year, it is a classic!

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Alice Byrne

Wooo. Young at heart! Mom personally loved this movie. You know, when you get old, you do feel the need to stay young-at-heart by thinking happy thoughts. It's actually very good for your health, and it will make your life longer.

Cara Larose

Oh, hahahahaha! That looks so awesome! Seriously, it's good to be active when you reach old age. You stay healthy, and you have free time to pursue enjoyment like this.

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