|Current mood:|| crappy|
|Current music:||"You Talk Way Too Much"- The Strokes|
I really didn't want to update because I thought that my last entry was superb with the pictures and everything- but I felt it was time because something incredible happened yesterday.
I have screwed up completely. I think I'm doing the right thing one moment and then once I've said it then I wish I could go back in time and wish I hadn't said that at all. But I know this is something I shouldn't regret, but for some reason I do regret it and I hate myself for that. I just lost a friendship.
The incredible thing that happened yesterday was seeing "Hidalgo." It really didn't mean anything because Melissa wasn't there because it would have been 10x better with her there considering that she didn't want to see it and I wanted to see her pain. :-) Lol jk. Or am I? ::dr. evil pose:: We got at the theatre 30 minutes before the show started. We meant to go to the 7 20 showing but the ticket person accidentally gave us tickets for the 7 50 show. It was still good though. I got us the perfect seats- the ones right in the middle second row behind the bar so you can see the full screen right in front of you without having any extra black on the sides. You probably have no idea what I'm talking about but that is cool because I do. It was pretty empty but once it got closer to show time it started to fill up. I wanted them to show a preview of "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" but they didn't. I figured they didn't because Warner Bros. and Disney are contenders, I guess. They had a preview for "Troy." Orlando Bloom looked so hot. I wish I was Helen to Orlando's Paris. That would be so nice. "The Day After Tomorrow" looks so freakin scary! Omg! My heart was beating fast when I saw the scenes from the movie and I thought, please don't let this happen when I'm alive. That's selfish of me, I know. :-\ Finally the movie started. DUH DUH DUH. The beginning was slow but once the race got going then it was good. I can't believe that was a true story. That's crazy! During the ending of the movie the idiot behind me kept hitting my chair and it was causing me to shake. So I had to elbow my seat real hard to get the person to stop. It would stop for a minute and then he/she would start hitting my chair again. I kept on elbowing and he/she would keep on hitting. It was a never-ending cycle. After seeing that movie I wish I lived on a ranch with my own horse named Hidalgo. That would be neat.
School is pain. I have been wearing my new shoes though and it feels so good! Lol. Definitely a hit.