February Blog Challenge – a movie that made you cry

This morning I went to go an apply for my drivers license and my passport (did I mention I am so not excited about this at all :-p) and was expecting it to be an all morning thing. I even tided up this morning, packed bags before I left etc.

Well I got to Centurion Licensing Dept just after 8 and was out of there before 9h30. I then went to the Centurion Home Affairs office and by 10h40 I was in my car. I was super impressed with both places. They were both so efficient – not so much friendly but efficient :)

Then I popped into the Post Office for stamps for the rest of the wedding invites and there was not a soul in there – so I was in and out in 5 minutes.

Such a WIN morning.

There is a part of me that wants to have my say on the Pistorius case but a bigger part that just feels it is such a huge waste of 2 lives and there really is nothing more to say about it than that!

I don’t have a lot of time now – I decided since I have a little time free now I would go and set up my gift registry’s at Le Creuset and Mr Price Home.

Today’s challenge was a movie that made you cry. Lots of movies make me cry – I cry during adverts for heavens sake. I am useless like that.

Anyway two movies that made me cry a very real, I get it cry were A Dead Poets Society and Benny and Joon.

Both remain deeply moving and meaningful movies for me each time I watch them!!!

What movies have made you cry?

8 thoughts on “February Blog Challenge – a movie that made you cry

  1. The notebook made me cry (well, SOB!) and My Girl….

    I’m very curious about your gift registry (if you want to share) only because I would be so stumped if I had to get married now because I’m such a minimalist….

  2. Dead Poets Society is the one that does it for me – every time. Although thankfully not as much as the first time I watched it. I was bawling my eyes out for over 2 hours.

  3. What a lucky lady you are to get through those two departements so quickly ;-)

    I also cry a lot during movies. PS: I love you did that to me.

  4. The Green Mile….I sobbed like a baby…even now, I start crying in the beginning because I know what is going to happen

  5. I would do better to tell you a movie I did NOT cry in. But if I had to say the two movies that I cry the most in (can’t choose between the two). Phenomenon….have probably watched it about 10 times, and I start crying with the opening credits. And ‘A Beautiful Life’….that movie for me is the definition of what love is. Also cried a lot the first time I saw it, but the second time I was eventually sitting on the floor (at home) just sobbing and sobbing.

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