Survey that I'm using from Slightly Oblivious to the Obvious!
It's a good survey. One word answers only!
Where is your mobile phone? pocket
Where is your significant other? hockey
Your hair colour? brown
Your mother? spirtual
Your father? admirable
Your favourite thing? performing
Your dream last night? heartache
Your dream goal? Zooey
The room you're in? Office
Your hobby? acting
Your fear? failure
Where do you want to be in 6 years? california
Where were you last night? rink
What you're not? blase
One of your wish-list items? LBD
Where you grew up? home
The last thing you did? blog
What are you wearing? jeans
Your TV? new
Your pets? heaven
Your computer? dell
Your mood? heartache
Missing someone? him
Your car? wish
Something you're not wearing? nailpolish
Favourite shop? F21
Your summer? LOVE.
Love someone? still
Your favourite colour? black
When is the last time you laughed? recently
When is the last time you cried? recently
Is this not adorable. It's from a baby shower over the summer.
Baby Shower outfit. My black cheap mondays are sooo skinny i can barely fit in them. It doesn't help that they are about a size too small, but by far my favorite pair of pants I wear. I can wear them in MANY different ways.
So the other day I stayed home from school because I was sick. I flipped through some channels and decided to watch a movie, "Children of Men." I wasn't expecting much, but the movie was RIDICULOUSLY GOOD. Basically, the world has gone to peices. There is crime, fighting, death, starvation, everything bad that you can imagine is happening all over. Also, infertility has taken over the women, meaning the extinction of the human race. Until, Theo, the main character, helps a young girl, Kee, escape to safety because she is pregnant. The movie is very well made, the script fantastic, and the filming done very well. At one point, during a battle scene, blood from a gun shot is sprayed up and onto the camera lens. This isn't something I have ever seen done in a movie before, and it really felt scarily real. I highly reccomend this movie.
"The only reason to breath is to make a difference."
-Julian "Children of Men"
"As if we have no better plan for balancing our state budget than taking the sugar out of old folk's poridge."
-local political article