Well, I finished Twilight today. Very lulzy, but the internet was down and so you find yourself deprived of my commentary. Sorry about that.
Re-watched The Princess Bride and enjoyed it.
Also watched The Sound of Music for the first time and thought it was excellent.
I am somewhat ashamed to report that I have started reading New Moon (yes, the sequel to Twilight), mostly because I find myself in need of something fluffy to read that I don't have to actually concentrate on. Will let you know how that turns out.
Just stumbled across an interesting tidbit of information - did you know that the voice of adult Nala in The Lion King was provided by Moira Kelly, who played Mandy in the first season of The West Wing?
I love discovering connections like this between shows/movies that I enjoy.
Went out with Amy yesterday evening for a girl's night. Saw He's Just Not That Into You, which was surprisingly good. Drove around for a while, chatted about random shit. Good time was had by all.
Talked to Geoff on the phone for hours. He was drunk. We always have better conversations when he's drunk. Don't ask me why, I wish I knew.
Went to bed late.
Woke up early.
Ran into the city. Ate way more than I should have while in the city. Bought a gravel vacuum thing for my fishtank, hopefully it will be easier to clean out now. Got a shirt and a scarft and a couple of DVDs for my mom at Wal-Mart.
No good clothes at Addition Elle or Ricki's... disappointing. I'm sick of having such a limited wardrobe. New stuff comes out next week though apparently so that will be nice.
Overdid it today, so exhausted now. Logan asked me yesterday if I was going to the Rock (local bar) tonight... I want to but at the same time I don't. If he asks me again I'll go, if not then I think I'll stay home.
God I'm tired.
Watched two episodes of Firefly tonight, followed by Moulin Rouge.
The more I see of Firefly, the more I enjoy it. I can't decide how I feel about some of the characters, which is a nice change from most TV shows I see these days. I usually find myself able to form opinions very quickly about characters in TV shows, and these opinions usually don't change. Where's the fun in that?
I like it when my chosen form of entertainment (be it a TV show, movie, game, etc.) surprises me or proves me wrong.
I like it even more if it does so more than once.