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Wizard Of Oz Toys For Kids


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  • ace: someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
  • charming: possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers; "charming incantations"; "magic signs that protect against adverse influence"; "a magical spell"; "'tis now the very witching time of night"- Shakespeare; "wizard wands"; "wizardly powers"
  • sorcerer: one who practices magic or sorcery
  • Wonderful; excellent
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  • An object for a child to play with, typically a model or miniature replica of something
  • (toy) a nonfunctional replica of something else (frequently used as a modifier); "a toy stove"
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  • An object, esp. a gadget or machine, regarded as providing amusement for an adult
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  • The ounce (abbreviated: oz, the old Italian word onza, now spelled oncia; apothecary symbol: ?) is a unit of mass with several definitions, the most commonly used of which are equal to approximately 28 grams.
  • Oz (aka Oz - A Rock 'n' Roll Road Movie also released as 20th Century Oz in United States) is a 1976 Australian film written, directed and co-produced by Chris Lofven.
  • ounce: a unit of weight equal to one sixteenth of a pound or 16 drams or 28.349 grams
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personality meme
personality meme
This is a meme I just thought of… I would LOVE to see everyone do this. I'm really interested in backgrounds behinds things, and what makes things (and people) tick. It's a really good thought exercise too (an easy relaxing one), and for my part, it put me in a really good mood to think about all of these things. So please, if you decide to do this meme, come here and let me know so I can read about you too! :D I was looking around at things in my office and also looked over at the items I have so far accumulated for my daughter and got to wondering why I am the way I am, and why I like the things I like. I wonder about that… and also how I'm going to potentially be shaping my daughter based on what I expose her too in early childhood and childhood (and the different branches those things can take as she ages… like I did). I realized that, as I organized what I felt were the "major" influences in my life, thoughts, desires, ideals, and perceptions up until adulthood, I was basically set forth on this path since early childhood. Everything I loved, and added onto, and built up to all have common threads among them. Nothing about me now is a surprise, when you see my roots like this. I am of course leaving A LOT out here, but I tried to narrow down what I thought were the major things that "grabbed" me and/or influenced me in different ways as I grew up. I'll probably add to this if I wake up tomorrow morning and think "Omg how could I forget that" but… I think, for the most part these are some of the main forces of note behind my personality. The other thing I'm expecting from this (my hypothesis, if you want to call it) is that there will be people who see this and have very similar lists to mine (especially in that Childhood section, lol, no doubt... 80s kid what what!), but which took them in totally different directions as they grew up. That is what I am MOST interested to see. The commonalities, and the differences. Early Childhood: - Winnie the Pooh - The Wizard of Oz - Duplos - Bears & Rag Dolls - Lavender (color) - My pastel, rainbow colored, patchwork baby blanket "Blankey" Childhood: - Punky Brewster - Rainbow Brite - Unico - Watership Down (the book AND the movie) - Australia (because of all the "neat" animals) - Super Mario - Nintendo and Game Boy in general - Legos - Rainbows in general - Christmas, Halloween, and Easter - Christmas tree lights and ornaments (I would sit and play with them) - Trick-or-treating (I should write about this particular thing, I want to know if my experience with this as a child was the same for everyone else, or I just had an ovely complex or vivid imagination, lol) - Back to the Future - Goonies - Foxes and cats - Hello Kitty and My Melody - Piano, tap dancing, swimming, writing (fiction) - Animals in general, facts about animals - My Little Pony, Lady Lovely Locks, Keypers, Sweet Secrets, Popples … etc etc - Cereal box toys / figures - Nickleodeon - Blankey - Lavender and blue-green - My cat Puska (pronounced Puss-kah … as in, short for "pussy cat") Preteen & Early Teens: - Sailormoon - Ranma 1/2 - Urusei Yatsura - Manga in general - Japanese language - Japan and China (aesthetics, like lanterns and kimonos) - Pokemon (the video game) - Game Boy in general - Foxes and cats - Kitchen, NP, & Lizard - Banana Yoshimoto in general - Inline speed skating, track running - Web design (mostly thought about the content) - History of geology (like Pangea) and ancient animals - Nick At Night - Shonen Knife - Metallica - Blue-green - Blankey - Puska - THE INTERNET Mid to Late Teens: - Sailormoon - Manga in general - Japanese language - The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle - Haruki Murakami in general - Writing (fiction) - Judy and Mary / YUKI - The Yellow Monkey, B'z, GLAY, Ohguro Maki, Aikawa Nanase… etc - Web design (started thinking more about the graphics), Photoshop etc… - Foxes, cats, and rabbits - Biology and genetics - Coral pink and teal - Blankey - Puska - THE INTERNET Early Adulthood up to NOW: - Basically all of everything above in varying degrees and ways… PLUS - Blogging - Traveling around - Piercings - Liddie - YouTube / TEDTalks - CSS and more advanced Photoshop stuff - Photography - Daft Punk, Pixies - Cyberpunk novels, Isaac Asimov - capsule, Polysics, MEG etc etc too many to name - Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! Oh and about the photo, lol, this is a photo of a glittery box I took with my macro lens recently, edited the color in photoshop. By the way, I bought the Wizard of Oz DVD recently, to have it on hand for when I am ready to show it to my daughter. As I watched it with my husband I got to this one scene that had a piece of dialogue that I had completely forgotten about, but which struck me a certain way... that's hard to describe. A good way, in the form of "I don't remember thinking anything of this dialogue when I was kid... but watching it now it's like HOLY CRAP what a great little
The Mains and the Hazards North and South TV movie
The Mains and the Hazards North and South TV movie
Orry Main featured in the second row facing left Patrick Swayze A native of Houston, Texas, Patrick Swayze learned to be a cowboy and athlete from his late father, and an actor and dancer from his mother Patsy Swayze, the choreographer of the Houston Jazz Ballet Company and such feature films as "Liar's Moon" and "Urban Cowboy." He excelled in high school sports and was pursued by college football recruiters, but chose show business. He studied acting with Warren Robertston and after making his Broadway debut as a dancer in "Goodtime Charley," he took over the lead role of Danny Zuko in the long-runnin musical, "Grease." Hollywood beckoned next. Swayze quickly won parts in the television movies, "The Comeback Kid," "Return of the Rebels," "The New Season" and "Pigs v. Freaks." He starred in the ABC series, "The Renegades" and guest-starred on "M*A*S*H," Swayze made his motion picture debut in "Skatetown, U.S.A.". His subsequent starring roles in "The Outsiders," "Red Dawn," "Grandview, U.S.A." and "Uncommon Valor" have made him one of the film industry's most sought-after young actors. George Hazard featured in the second row facing front James Read Born in Buffalo and raised in Schenectady, New York, James Read planned a future in the forestry service when he enrolled at the University of Vermont. During a two-year hiatus from college he restored antiques, painted houses, tended bar, and toured Europe, then completed his education at the university of Oregon. Inspired by performances he had seen on the London stage, he became involved in student theater, beginning with the production of "Our Town" which went on to the American College Theatre at Washington's Kennedy Center. A telecommunications major, he moved to New York seeking a producer's position in public broadcasting, but soon shifted his goals toward acting. He appeared off-Broadway in "Puzzle of Purdy Place," and on the daytime drama, "The Doctors," before moving to Denver and was part of the Denver Center Theater Company. Read received his first major national television exposure when he played series regular Murphy during the first season of "Remington Steele." He starred in "Lace II" as the astronaut, Webster, and portrayed Teddy Kennedy in the miniseries "Robert F. Kennedy: A Man and His Times." Read also guest starred in a variety of television series before landing this part. Madeline Fabray LaMotte Main featured in the blue dress second row right Lesley-Anne Down Born in the Clapham Common section of London, Lesley-Anne Down became a commercial actress at age 10, and at 14 was voted Great Britain's "Most Beautiful Teenager" in a competition sponsored by the London Daily Mirror. At 15, while attending stage school, she made her feature film debut in "A Smashing Bird I Used to Know," followed by her first major role in "All the Right Noises." Her biggest break came when she was cast as Lady Georgina on the television series, "Upstairs, Downstairs," seen here on "Masterpiece Theatre" on PBS. On American television, she has starred in the ABC miniseries, "The Last Days of Pompeii," and the television movies, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," "Murder is Easy," and "Arch of Triumph." She was once married to director William Friedkin but is currently married to Don FauntLeRoy. Constance Flynn Hazard above in the red dress Wendy Kilbourne "North and South" makes Wendy Kilbourne's first starring role. Born and raised in Southern California, she made her acting debut at the Shakespearean Theater in Vistalia, which was founded by her mother, an English artist. Her maternal grandfather was Noel Langley, who wrote screenplays for the film classics, "The Wizard of Oz" and "A Christmas Carol." She studied political science at Orange Coast College, then acting at the London Academy of Music and Draumatic Art, where she starred in productions of "As You Like It" and "Romeo and Juliet." Returning to television credits include the ABC television movie, "Calendar Girl Murders," and guest roles on several current series. Brett Main Hazard above pink dress center Genie Francis Acting has always been part of Genie Francis' life. Born in Englwood, New jersey, and raised in Los Angeles, she is the daughter of veteran character actor Ivor Francis. She made her professional debut at 14 in a guest role on ABC's "Family," then landed the role that ultimately brought her to the cover of Newsweek and to a wedding that was the centerpiece in the highest-rated episode in the history of daytime television- "General Hospital's" Laura. She left the series in 1981 after five years but returned fo

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