Niveous? Niveous!

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Image Search.”

Pick a random word and do Google image search on it. Check out the eleventh picture it brings up. Write about whatever that image brings to mind. ~Daily Prompt 1/13/15

Niveous - Snow or something white.
Niveous – Snow or something white.

My words is Niveous: Β  Resembling snow (especially whiteness). My image is from Google and is the 10th image for the word Niveous.

My great niece is obsessed with the Disney movie, “Frozen.” I doubt there are many little girls (and boys) that are not. She wants to have everything that has come out on the market that makes her feel like she is Elsa. She has the “Frozen” dress, the “Frozen” wig, the “Frozen” jewlery, the “Frozen” tiara. Whatever is being advertised regarding Frozen she either wants or already has.

Personally, I think she is adorable in her “Frozen” dress and wig. When I see her in it and then look at her mother, her mother is rolling her eyes to the back of her head, indicating to me she is fed up with the whole “Frozen” movie and the nightmare it has brought upon her family. After all, who wants to listen to, “Let it Go, Let it Go…” over and over…day after day. Many households with little girls are living this nightmare now. (Yes @joyroses13? You gave me this idea).

I can’t help but wonder how willing are mothers going to be to take their children to Disney movies in the future? I’m not so sure I would. The movie is raking in so much money from the movie, videos, and now all the toys and other “Frozen” items. Will it ever end? No! Disney is not about to “Let it Go.. Let it Go…!”

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32 thoughts on “Niveous? Niveous!

  1. I was rather late when it came to watching Frozen. What with all the hype, when I did eventually watch it, I expected it to be better. For example, the death of the parents was glazed over in a way, but I guess that is because it is aimed at children.

    • You are ahead of me Francesca. I haven’t seen the movie. I can understand why they would glaze over the part of parents passing away (especially because of the children that have lost both or one of their parents) that are seeing the movie.

  2. this cracks me up PJ, glad I could inspire you πŸ™‚ I have to say I did enjoy the movie, but thankfully I don’t have to watch it over and over again. My girls are too old. What I liked about it was how it portrayed true sisterly love. There was conflict yes, but true love. That is what got me cause of my girls being so opposite each other, but there still is true love between them! And yes Disney is raking in the money, it has gone overboard!
    I love Disney movies, But…this one has seen a little extreme! Lion King and Jungle Book are still my favorite ::)

  3. I didn’t even know Frozen existed until my niece introduced it to my daughters. Ever since then they became obsessed and I don’t mind it because the story line is actually different from all Disney movies. They always portrayed that true love was with a prince and they lived happily ever after. This movie is the opposite! True love is family. You have to watch it! πŸ˜€

  4. I don’t mind the movies. I like that the kids, at least the ones I know, then incorporate the things they see in to make believe worlds and stories they create on their own. It’s fun to see them take those stories and create more fun out of them. And shhhhhh but I like the music! πŸ˜‰

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