Saturday, April 17, 2010


Location: Desk
Listening to: Quirky quips on Gilmore Girls.
Days til Graduation: I can't remember.

Dani is in the shower right now and I'm gonna be freakishly busy for the rest of the day, so I'm typing this out quick before she gets back.

Our girls night last night was pretty fun. We rented movies and watched an excessive amount of Gilmore Girls and talked about boys. We watched the Lovely Bones. Which did not translate well into a movie, let me tell you. If I hadn't read the book, I would have had absolutely NO idea what was going on. And I'm pretty sure they changed some stuff. But really, if you want to see the movie, read the book instead.

ALSO!!! Ohhhh goodness!!! Yesterday was kind of the greatest day ever. White Chocolate and I practiced our duet after school. And it was gorgeous. And I'm not just saying that because it was him playing the guitar and singing (which was really, really, really attractive) and me playing the piano and singing. Well, maybe that has a little to do with it. But it just blended really well and we did pretty good for our first time practicing together. I had chills. No joke.

We're getting together again Monday (and possibly a few other days next week) to practice some more. I'm soooo excited!!!! Ahhhhhh!!!!! I don't mean to be one of those boy-crazed teenage girls who does nothing but obsess/gush over her crush. Frankly, those kinds of girls annoy me. But...there's really nothing else to talk about right now. And...I probably am one of those girls, which would explain why I hate them, because I have a really strong personality and I dislike when people do things like I do.

(Because I'm a jerk.)

And yes, TS Hendrik, Alex pretty much is a genius. He's snarky to the max and can come up with a scathing comeback in less time than it takes me to go off on a tangent about whatever boy has currently captured my attention.

Alright. I think Dani's getting out of the shower now. BYE!

1 comment:

  1. Couldn't agree with you more on the lovely bones. Great book, that Peter Jackson shredded on film. Though Stanley Tucci was appropriately creepy.