Thursday, 17 November 2011
I'm dying to see the new Twilight movie. It's going to be awesome. I'm going to see the movie with my dad, sister, and Pat, my helper. We're out of school next Thursday for Thanksgiving, so my dad is going to take us then. Hopefully. My dad has taken me to see the first three movies. We saw the first movie three times. My sister wants to come because apparently, she knows all about it. I want to go because it is about vampires. Awesome. I really like to over think what the characters are doing while I watch the movie, and I like to compare the movie with the book. For example, in Eclipse, Bella is conflicted with the choice of immortality or love. She wants to be a vampire, but she also wants Edward to support her decision. She chooses love over immortality. I also like to compare the movie with the book. New Moon - the book - was boring, dull and emotional torture. They portrayed that really well in the movie.
Hopefully, this movie will stick to the basis of the book: Edward and Bella get married, they go on a honey moon, then she is pregnant. Everyone wants her to get rid of the baby, except for the girls in the Cullen family. I also hope the movie doesn't overplay the simplicity of the book. I hope they don't make the scenes too much. I hope in the fight scenes, they don't lose me.
I'm also going to be saying every word, because I have the book memorized.
Enjoy the trailer.
Friday, 4 November 2011
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Today I want to write about choices. I’m starting to realize that my choices have more consequences when I make the wrong choice. For example, I spent most of my October break watching movies and watching TV. I also became more of a reading zombie. I was supposed to be doing my homework for math, RLA, Spanish and science. I became so caught up in the fact that it was a 5 day weekend, and saying to myself, “Oh, I have tomorrow” that on Sunday I had no more tomorrows and a lot of paperweight on my shoulders.
I was able to get most of it done but it was only average work. I could have done it better. (I guess I could have done worse too.) This week, those choices, of not getting my work done early and well, have come back to bite me. I’m exhausted because I have some catching up to do. I have a lot of homework, and I have other activities that I also have to do. I guess that I am learning that I have to use my time efficiently so this weekend, I already have a schedule as to how I will use my time. It’s not fun, but it has to be done.
WARNING: Leaving things to the last minute can only have a bad outcome.
I have to go now. Yay, I have school work to do. (Said with a hint of sarcasm.)
Here is a link to my latest painting video.