August 18th, 2006


Atleast I get to say that I saw....Snakes on a Plane!

I saw the first fifteen minutes. I saw the last fifteen minutes. For most of the middle part, my eyes were closed. Okay, so I fell asleep, but Sara let me know that my eyes would have been closed anyway, and it was a good decision to sleep. I don't think I've ever tried to just take a nap during a movie before, but it was midnight till two, and I normally have been going to bed around ten (yes yes, I'm lame, I know, shut up).

That was a truly terrible movie, and much more bloody and gross than I had anticipated. I saw the fabulous lines, "I'm tired of these mtfing snakes on this mtfing plane!" and laughed along with everyone else. The rest of the movie (from what I saw and from what I heard) was just awful. If you want to see the movie, watch the trailers instead. That way, you won't have wasted your time. I want my two hours back!

The group of people there at the movie was bizarre. It was nowhere near the level of fandom for HP last year, but there were people with (fake) snakes around themselves, and I think I got an emo-overdosage.

Uhm. I saw Alan Swirsky (ex-boyfriend David's little brother who I used to teach in Hebrew school and also happens to be Bobby's little brother's friend), who looks like a grownup now, and I'm fairly sure I saw Julie Tibbits who looks the exact same as she does in Sabrina's 8th grade pictures of her. And of course, I went with Bobby, Sara, Ash, Sam, and Joey... so I saw them too.

In other news, AMC ticket price? $5.50. Since when? I'm not a huge movie-goer, but I thought we were up into the seven dollar zone by now.

Man, it's nice to have a day off from work. I slept till ten! And today I get to sign my lease! I move in in a week! I'M GOING TO HAVE A FIREPLACE! I cannot wait to have my own place again. Hopefully by today Jennifer will have found out whether I'm getting the ugly new cream-colored stove or whether the apartment still has the awesome vintage-looking silver one that I really want. I'm rambling and typing for typings sake, so...bye.

Castle, here I come!

Lease: signed.

New apartment: Old stove that I wanted, not terrible wallpaper that I like (so they won't have to change that), cool washer/dryer door, decision to move into smaller bedroom to take advantage of sliding glass door. Love love love it. So fabulous. I don't have a copy of my lease yet, though, as Seana has to sign it first, and I don't have my keys because they are still changing the locks-- but I'm all done, and official. I also met a few of my neighbors, and learned that one of my neighbors is an early-twenties girl with a dog. I'm really really excited. One week from today, I'll be packing and hauling. It's *almost* time to start scouring ads for furniture and washer/dryer.