This is so awesome. You guys are so, so cool and I love writing in here because of you! :D I wish Blogger allowed you to respond to comments individually, though. That's kind of lame, but it's alright. Just know I'd love to. :) Yay for blogging! I receive an email whenever one of you comments and it's been so great to read them while I've been lying about the house ill. Thank you.
I saw Julie & Julia again last night with my mother and it was just as good as the previous viewing. I adore that film; it's so heartwarming and charming and I highly recommend it. Stanley Tucci and Meryl Streep need to have a child because there needs to be more talent in this word and those two are hogging it all. They need to pass it on! Anyway, I can't help but find it funny that I am in the opposite relationship than the two women in this film. Denis is the cook and I'm the writer (or, well, would love to be.) So everytime I watch this film, I want to go cook. But then I realise that I can't cook much more than sweet potato casserole worth a damn, whereas my boyfriend is, at this very moment, at a technical school preparing to take a two year cooking course. And I'm, for lack of a better description, the useless one. Ah well, at least I get food made for me, right? It's a lesson in how to be lazy.
This blog post is pretty lame because I have no good stories to tell...Oh! I'm going to the Pacific Science Center today in Seattle, which should be cool, I guess. I mean, this whole week has been strange because I'm going around the city I've grown up in a very touristy fashion. The thing I enjoyed the most was the Olympic Game Farm in Sequim, Washington, which I'd never actually been to. There was a rhino (!!!), lions and zebras. Plus there was a section where buffalos and llamas could actually come to your window and you can feed them bread; Denis' car is covered in buffalo drool. It was unique because, unlike a zoo, most of the animals had tons of room to roam and play. The only part I didn't like was the part with wild cats and dogs, which was just a series of cages. That was really upsetting. I also went to the aquarium earlier this week, which I'd only ever been to when I was younger. It has been since renovated and it is actually the location my prom is going to be held. (It's a nice location, but prom just isn't my thing, though. I'm sure I'll go, but you won't see any excitement about it on here.)
Well, I should be off. I need to finish getting ready and finish watching Doctor Who's Greatest Moments: The Companions. It's so great; I recommend a viewing if you watch DW, which you should. I hope you all have a lovely day and I'll let you know how the Science Center goes! xx
Quote of the day, thus far:
"Search any social networking site for a companion of the Doctor and their relationship status is, well, it's complicated."
- From Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Companions.
^ That gave me quite a chuckle.