Monday, January 21, 2008

Pippi Longstocking - My hero



Jennifer made a comment about Pippi Longstocking and it led me on a all-things-Pippi hunt (Pippi suitcases!). Pippi is so great. *sigh* She is such an inspiration for independent women. I plan on renting and re-watching all the old Pippi movies when I get a chance. Who's with me?

6 Comments:

Blogger Annettenett said...

Pippi is wonderful, me and my daughter (Annika:) watch the old Pippi-episodes all the time! I even made her a Pippi-apron with a lovely fabric with pictures from the original books about her! You can see it here...
http://ettenna.blogspot.com/2007/10/tjolahei.html

4:20 AM  
Anonymous Millie Lewis said...

ME! ... I frickin love Pippi!
when can I come over, it'll take me 5 hours to fly over .. but you invite me and I'll be there x x

P.s .. My Timmie (no 73) has got a facebook profile!!!
Check her out (he had a sex change - sorry)
Timmie Lewis, Bristol UK x x

5:02 PM  
Blogger Kaylen said...

oh my gosh, pippi was by far the coolest book i read when i was little. i miss that. i may have to go and rent those films myself.

AND go and dig the book out of my basement at home.

thanks for the memories!

2:19 AM  
Blogger What Dat? said...

Everytime I wear ponytails, some smartass has to call me Pippi! Thing is, I've always viewed it as a compliment.

That's it, ponytails for me tomorrow!

2:56 PM  
Blogger Hazel said...

Ha ha, found your blog through florspace and the Pippi clip brought back some memories :) I used to watch the video over and over when my two daughters were little. My youngest even went to a fancy dress party with pipe cleaners threaded through her plaits!
A cute and nostalgic moment.

10:59 AM  
Anonymous Sha said...

I love Pippi! Over this past summer I was totally obsessed with her, as you can see : http://www.flickr.com/photos/halloweve/794493642/in/set-72057594074448338/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/halloweve/931698816/in/set-72157594148124152/

10:59 PM  

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