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Aack. Mom just dragged me into a "who do you love best" game between Daddy and his sibs. And I'm not saying my aunts aren't psychotic. They are. If you told me that my aunt K. had killed someone, I'd believe it without hesitation. But I have a lot of sympathy for anyone who had to grow up with my dad; it's complicated enough being his daughter, let alone his little sister. They're psychotic, he's supercilious. It's not a good mix.

I'm feeling more belongingness with them than with my parents of late. I catch too much secondhand undigested anger from mom and dad anymore. Maybe it's that I feel better hanging around kin who actively admit their crazy rather than denying that they have any in the first place.

Home now, at any rate, and processing my feelings via watching all the Naomi episodes of The Sentinel. Did y'all know that the actress who played her did I Love You, Alice B. Toklas with Mia Farrow and Peter Sellers? I'mma have to look that business up; Sellers is an old favorite of mine, and I love Mia Farrow but don't often actually see her in things because I don't watch Woody Allen or Roman Polanski movies (except for the parts of Midnight in Paris that involve Gertrude Stein or that fabulous caricature of Hemingway).

Date: 21 Jan 2014 01:59 pm (UTC)From: [personal profile] princessofgeeks
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I love the Naomi episodes.

Date: 21 Jan 2014 02:28 pm (UTC)From: [identity profile] amelia-petkova.livejournal.com
Admittedly it's animated, but Mia Farrow was the voice of the title character in The Last Unicorn. I also saw her in The Great Gatsby when we watched it in English class but I remember very little of it because let's be honest, The Great Gatsby bored me to tears. (Although I did hit a classmate with my copy of the book, so it wasn't a complete waste.)

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