I wish the word whimsical wasn't used now.
For me it was really important to get the essence out of the music for the story and not, sort of, press the music into the service of the whimsical telling of it.
As a kid, I remember feeling whimsical, giddy and unencumbered while camping and the campaign portrays that essence.
It was very whimsical, and very well done.
Mr. President, that whimsical English professor, Dr. Parkinson, should formulate another Parkinson's law relating to the public debt since it so closely parallels his law on bureaucratic growth. Just as spending will always reach and overtake revenues so the public debt will constantly pierce the ceiling and finally go into orbit.
If any whimsical notions are put into you by some enthusiastic counsel, the Court is not to take notice of their crochets.
Our whole life is an attempt to discover when our spontaneity is whimsical, sentimental irresponsibility and when it is a valid expression of our deepest desires and values.
It's the whole gambit. There are shorts, some are funny, some are sad, some are serious and some are whimsical and light. So you see a little bit of everything.
Everybody is so rushed, they don't take time for the whimsical, the light.
Just start with something whimsical. An outlandish situation or character and just go from there. For example 'One day a long time ago, the Princess of Everybody and Everything came to Kansas City to visit her uncle. ...
It was just a whimsical idea that escalated when so many crazy ladies took it up.