So this weekend I saw three movies (not in theaters..) : My Sister’s Keeper, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and Up. My Sister’s Keeper was really good, but it was totally different from the book, Campbell had some relationship problems with the guardian ad litem, Julia, who wasn’t even in the movie… and then Jesse had way more problems in the book than in the movie. Lastly, the ending was totally and epically not the same…. not. at. all.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs was weird, that’s all I can say about it…
Up was cute. I had seen the beginning on my friend’s mp3/mp4 once, but I hadn’t seen the end until yesterday, it was really, really good~ and it had a moral to it too =]
I still need to do my biography… I have yet to understand what I’m supposed to do for it though…
This is a catchy song, she has a lot of talent. Yes, she. Tanya Manibusan~
Pardon the language….
This song is also really addictive…
David Choi’s ‘That Girl’
Video by Wong Fu =]
Currently: Doing nothing
Reading: Radiant Shadows by Melissa Marr
Listening to: That Girl by David Choi
Yesterday, I wasn’t able to post, to my dismay. My internet was being a bum and didn’t want to connect. I would blame it on the company, but they’re already blaming everything else on earth for their problems, so I think I’ll wait for the issue to come up on the news.
Yesterday was my math test. And I think I did pretty well. Now usually that would be considered a good thing. However, last time I had thought I had done well on a test, I had failed…. epically… so right now, I guess you could say I’m on the fence of failure or passing.
Also, I have a history essay to complete. Now normally, I wouldn’t care about something that’s main point was to write about something, but it’s history, and the themes aren’t the most thrilling. Which brings me back to that issue, where you give me a subject I hold no passion to and tell me to write about it. Well, I can only do so much before I run out of less-than-enthusiastic passion.
Reading: My sister’s keeper. (well the book’s mine, so I feel no obligation to rush through it…)
Listening to: A little too not over you by David Archuletta