Yesterday I said goodbye to James (he’s gone home to pack for Uni) and then got a train with Hazel through to Newcastle where we shopped until having Yo Sushi! with our cousin Lucy. It was great and afterwards we went to see Crazy, Stupid, Love.
I went to this film with no great expectations. For the first time in a while I had heard nothing about it except that Emma Stone and Josh Groban were in it.
It was surprisingly good. The comedy was well placed and didn’t seem forced, the characters had plenty of time to develop so for once you sort of cared about the outcome and the denouement was spectacularly emotional and laugh-out-loud funny. It also ends in a pleasant realistically open ended way that really suited the film.
As far as the acting goes all the main cast were wonderful. I’m looking forward to getting to see it again (hopefully at Uni this next term) and see how it fares once you know the ending.
Worth £5.50 and missing the train. Thank goodness we have amazing parents. :)
I was just having a really emotional moment listening to Spring Awakening (The Mirror-Blue Night) which had turned up on shuffle. It was immediately followed by AGADOO. Which is all kinds of disturbing.
So far today I have eaten the cereal Mum bought by accident the other day which is kinda nice and moreish but also really false and clearly unhealthy.
Got changed into “tidying clothes”, put Busted - Busted on and sorted through my underwear box. I have 6 pairs of pink tights of various shades. Bit excessive but I’m bound to put a hole in them within the year.
Anyway, the fact I still know all the words to this album will hopefully help me progress through the disaster zone.
Something about me that I haven’t blogged about before.
I really dislike telephone calls for a variety of reasons. I don’t mind skype calls though.
Even if I know the person well there is still a reluctance to talk to them through the phone. I’d much rather be in the same room or text/email. Or, say for the doctors, walk to the building and talk to the receptionist in person.
The worst thing is calling people to book something.
Anyway, I can do it and it has never actually been a bad experience I just never want to do it in the first place.
I just booked a hair appointment for Wednesday.
I don’t know what to do with my hair. It’s got to a very poor state though and I think I’m going to have to lose the length and I’m not fond of that.