Wednesday, December 31, 2008

You set my soul alight

Did you bring snacks? This is going to be a long one.

First, since it is the last day of 2008, I've decided (like everyone else who owns a blog) to do a recap of all things important in 2008.

1.) I did my first musical in THREE years. I would consider this pretty high up there, considering I used to do a musical almost every year. Tommy was fun, even though I didn't have a major part in it. But we rocked out, and it was such a blessing to have been apart of.
2.) Geo and I celebrated our 2 year anniversary. Officially my longest relationship ever, and I realized at that moment that we were in it for the long haul. No going back.
3.) I finally moved out of my parent's house, and moved in with George in our first apartment together. Huge milestone for me, because I've always been very dependent. And now I felt like I really was on my own. Scary but amazing at the same time.
4.) I celebrated my 23rd birthday in style. A huge, rockin', party created especially for yours truly by the love of my life and my best friend. Can't ask for anything more than that.
5.) I makeup designed my first show: The Marriage of Figaro. A cast of about 30. And I had to design each and everyone of their faces. I had help, of course, but it was still quite overwhelming.
6.) I got straight As for the first time at a 4 year institution.

There have been other things that have made me really happy. Like the fact that my mother and I don't fight as much as we used to when I was living with her. I'm a firm believer of the saying "Absence makes the heart grow fonder..." I think that was the case with us. We just have a very loving, very patient relationship now. Also, I've truly learned the value of money. Now that everything Geo and I pay for comes from our own pockets, it really hits home how fast money comes and goes in this world. So every little thing we have, we have much more of an appreciation for. And lastly, I learned in the past year, who my true friends are. It's hard to find really great friends, who are there for you no matter what the situation, and it's a blessing when you find them. I made a lot of friends this year (1 great one, who is now one of my best friends) and I feel like I've lost a couple as well. Who knows? Perhaps it's for the better. Everything happens for a reason right? 2008 was a great year, but I have a feeling 2009 will be even better!


Now for something entirely different...

Because I'm the kind of person who has to see the film immediately right after finishing the book, I succumbed to the temptation and saw Twilight. I came into it with a blank opinion, even though I had heard from many people, fans of the novel, that the film was absolutely terrible. But I still wanted to give it a fair shot. I have to say, I didn't hate it-but I didn't love it either.

Pros: The acting was passable. The chemistry between Edward and Bella was smokin' hot, and I was relieved to see that. You can't have the movie be a success if the main characters didn't have that undeniable tension and heat between them. The art direction of the film was so beautiful-it made me want to live in Forks. That's saying a lot, since I'm a city girl at heart. And I absolutely loved the score/music from the film-I can't wait to burn a copy of the soundtrack from my sister.

Cons: The acting was passable. I expected a little more from certain people. I thought the villain, wasn't nearly as scary enough to really do it for me. And I thought the writer made a lot of the dialogue for the actors completely mundane. They left out important information from the book, and the sequence of events was all wrong. I'm a stickler about that kind of stuff. And also the special effects were a bit off.

Lastly, casting was an issue. Not too much of an issue, but enough to make me wonder what it would be like with a different cast. Especially with a series (like Harry Potter) it needs to be right, or else the whole franchise fails.

Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson): I thought he was perfect as Edward. When I first even heard of the twilight books, I thought Henry Cavill would get it for sure. I always thought Cavill was the better actor, between the two of them, and it seemed like they always fought for the same role. And since Pattinson got the role Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter, I thought Cavill was a shoe in. But all it took was one screen test, and a death in Harry Potter to secure himself the role. It's really great that he got it because he was dead (forgive the pun) on as Edward.

Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart): This was tough, because I didn't think much of her when she first came out. I saw her in that one horror flick that barely made any money, and couldn't believe she got this role so fast. But I was pleasantly surprised with her. She is beautiful-there's no doubt about that, but she also has this edge or bite, that is needed for Bella. As I was reading the book though, Evan Rachel Wood immediately popped into my head. She's beautiful, she's pale, and she's proved herself as an actress enough to take on such a popular series. Honorable mention goes to Emma Watson. But let's face it-she has Harry Potter. You can't win 'em all!

Carlisle and Esme Cullen (Peter Facinelli and Elizabeth Reaser): I though these two were pretty dead on. But if I had it my way, I'd probably cast someone a little older, like Christian Bale as Dr. Cullen, and someone a little bubblier for Esme like Zooey Deschanel. But overall-I didn't really have a problem with them.

Alice Cullen (Ashley Greene): I thought she played Alice too fairy-like. I know she's supposed to be flighty and kind of in her own little world, but she is also really smart-and I didn't get that from Greene. I would have loved to see Emmy Rossum or Shannyn Sossamon in the role. They're a little more exprerienced, and I feel would really capture Alice's charm.

Rosalie Hale (Nikki Reed): I had the biggest problem with the casting of Rosalie. If you need someone platinum blonde and pale, choose someone close to it, at least. Nikki Reed has dark brown hair, and as dark as I am in real life. She was a good enough actor, but I would've wanted to see Blake Lively or Rachel McAdams in the role. Both of them could be saucier than Reed and are as hot if not hotter to play Rosalie.

Anyway, those are just some of my thoughts on the subject. I get really intense when it comes to movie reviewing. I always think, maybe I should've been a movie critic. I don't know. Hey, at least it's another job possibility if the whole acting thing doesn't work out. :)

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! Be happy, be safe, and have fun!

Love, L

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

On top of the world

It's 1:21 am.

I have no idea why I'm up this late. Especially since I had a pretty early start to my day, to go hang out with the parental units and the shish-kabob. I can't sleep. I'm wide awake. Blah. Sorry I'm so boring guys. Nobody probably reads this thing. Not even the ole partner-in-crime. And I know this for a fact because I have to sit there and force him to read it. Not that he doesn't already know what's going on in my life to the most infinitesimal detail. But sometimes it's nice for the blog to feel appreciated.

I went to Beverly Hills with the fam. That was fun. My mom became starstruck and almost hallucinatory when we passed Rodeo Drive (she's never been). I told her, "Mom, whatcha gonna do when I become a rich and powerful force in American cinema?! You can't go being hysterical at the Oscars!" It was funny though, she's cute. Seriously though, I'll probably never go to the Beverly Center again. It was laid out so unnecessarily wrong. You have the parking garage in the middle of the building!!! Who does that? And you had to go up and down elevators to get to certain stores-it was bizarre and unpleasant.

I'm a fan of The Hills, so clearly I would support Whitney Port in her quest to find happiness, love, and a new career with (hello?!) Diane Von Furstenburg, in her new show The City. I would have to give it an A-. There haven't been enough episodes to quickly gauge if it'll be as big of a success as The Hills turned out to be, but I have to say-way hotter cast, and so much drama already in just the first two episodes. Plus the fashion! Omg, it's like I died...and then died all over again. Love the girl in the pink heels in that picture above. She's so chic but in a total non-pompous way. Anyway, we'll see with this one folks...

Monday, December 29, 2008

My thoughts you can't decode

I'm a little late in the game. I just finished this and was absolutely enthralled by it. I heard about the series from my sister, and she was and is completely gaga over it, long before the movie even came out. Of course, when I had heard from Kate that she too, loved it-I thought why not give it a fair go. I didn't want my sister, as clever and intelligent as she is to cloud my opinion of the book despite her constant interrogations of "how's it goin'?" And her adoration over Robert Pattinson/Edward Cullen definitely affected a large portion of how she felt towards the series. However, I felt as I was reading it, that though I had not seen the movie-I had seen enough trailers and commercials, that I couldn't escape the actors' faces as I read. Just like in the Harry Potter series-it would be the same thing. So perhaps, that might have affected my feelings towards the book, but I genuinely LOVED it. I think, though Stephanie Meyer's writing is a little elementary for my taste, the feelings were still there. And it definitely gave me goosebumps. And although, I heard terrible things about the movie, I'm still curious enough to watch it. Who knows? I might end up enjoying it.

One thing is for certain'll definitely be hard not to think about this guy tonight.

Friday, December 26, 2008

Got nothing but time on our hands

Christmas Exhaustion from Elaine Nuguid on Vimeo.

The pics were screwing my blog up...I'll have them up some other time. :)
But here's a cute little treat for ya'll.

Dum Diddly Dancing from Elaine Nuguid on Vimeo.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

If you are what you say you are...

Merry Christmas Eve everyone!!!

What a wonderful 1st present to get up and find out I got straight A's for last semester. I was expecting a B in that class, and was incredibly relieved and proud to have gotten an A. 7 out of 7! Yowzah!

I am extremely happy and I can't wait for tonight's festivities. :)

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

You're like an Indian summer in the middle of winter

I'm back Blogoschpot! Did you miss thee?

In 7 days, myspace blogger will no longer be the hippest place to check out the events of Elaine, but it will be HERE! I know I left you and I'm sorry, but what was I supposed to do? I wanted to give myspace another chance. But it's looking like myspace has gone to the dogs. I hate to say it, but tis true. Facebook is the place to be for networking. It's more mature and grown up. I guess...

Speaking of mature and grown up...I wanted my blog to have a more professional feel, so whattaya think of the new look? Spiffy huh? I like it because it's simple and yet chic. Just like yours truly. Simple and Chic. Barf...

I don't want to tell my myspace peeps that I'm leaving yet. I'm kinda scurred. I don't know why I
should be since no one pays attention to anything I write anymore. Except Alli (yay Alli!) and Georgie I guess, even though he NEVER comments. Love you honey!

I will just have to suck it up and do it, because "I'm a professional." What do you think about that, myspace?! I've decided that I'm still going to keep my account though, because I was one of the first 500 members of myspace. No joke! I remember when Tom was actually my friend. It's been my love for the past 6 years, and even though I had my concerns, I still kept going. But now it's time to part...this is sad.

Tomorrow is Christmas Eve! Mass then dinner with the fam. And then presents. Because let's face it--that's really what Christmas is ALL about. Just joshin'!

Anyway, love you kiddies. See you in the next year...if I don't blog before then!

As a present I leave you this...tree!
I wish I had a tree this big!!!

Tuesday, August 12, 2008


I'm selling some really cute stuff on Ebay...
Check them out!

Lainey's Tea Party

Keep checking the site the rest of the week for more great items!!!

Thanks guys!!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Taking Advantage

So whilst I thought my downtown LA trip was going to be amazing yesterday afternoon, I instead, was totally slapped in the face.

As we strolled down Santee Alley, I discovered that

1.) It isn't smart to shop in downtown LA in 100 degree weather.
2.) Cheap almost always does not necessarily mean good.
3.) Santee Alley is far from cheap. geez!

I did get a cheap bamboo plant as a gift from my mom for me and Geo's new place.

it's for luck. :)


Sunday, July 20, 2008

Last week of my life.

The last week of my old life anyway. Not necessarily a bad life, either. I'm just super excited to be starting anew with my love. I know we've been a huge part of each other's lives for about three years now. And I had been living with him on and off for a year. But this is different. It certainly feels different. This is the first time we'll be in our own space. To do anything we wish, and not have to worry about other people. I mean, yeah-the financial thing gets in the way. But it makes me feel good that we're at that point in our lives. He means the absolute world to this moment he is getting all of our furniture together for our move on the 26th. I can't believe that's this saturday. And he's making most of our stuff from scratch or totally revamping them to make them absolutely our own. Knowing that he cares this much, makes me even more excited. I have yet to see everything in its finished state. I'm anxious.

We went to my friend Anna's wedding yesterday. It was a beautiful wedding. Totally not my style. But then again, most weddings aren't. I'm kinda pretentious when it comes to planning things like that. I hate to admit it, but it's true. Nevertheless, the bride looked beautiful, and it was all beautiful. Sorry I'm saying beautiful too much. Blech. But of course being there made me think of my own wedding. I can't wait for the whole shabang ceremony that I have been dreaming of since I was a little girl. And yesterday, Geo and I actually began to talk about. He even gave me (and a few other people, in fact) a pseudo timeline. He says, it'll be after we both get our bachelor's degrees. Well...I get mine next year. But he doesn't get his till the year after. So, hmm...However...

It was the first time he ever actually asked me for the details of what I wanted my engagement ring to look like. We've always kind of talked about all this, but the fact that he actually asked me made me swoon. I was so elated. I told him this is what I wanted:

I didn't show him this exact one, but he gets it. I've never been a diamond kind of girl anyway. ;p

Well let's see. what else? I guess go see The Dark Knight. It's absolutely, breathtakingly, pitch-perfect. UH-MAY-ZING!

Friday, July 18, 2008

Defying Gravity

Let me start off by saying, that I haven't seen a lot of theatre that truly touch my heart to the point of tears.

Last night, I experienced it for the first time in a long time. Wicked, was absolutely everything I've dreamed of theatre and more. I came into it with an open mind, because people I've talked to either really hate it, or really love it (to the verge of obsession). But man, was it all kinds of awesome! I don't know if I'll have the same experience again with any other show. I should hope so, but I doubt it.

I'm just thankful, that I've succumbed to everybody else's pushing, and finally got a chance to see it at the Pantages before it went away for good. And now, I am truly a huge fan. Obsessed. For the time being. I don't know if my obsession will continue. But I will say, that Teal Wicks is one talented woman. And even though we got Laura Woyesz playing Glinda last night instead of Erin Mackie--she still was absolutely stellar in her performance. You wouldn't even have known that she was the standby. Anyway...that's pretty much all I have to say about that.

Loved, Loved, Loved it!

P.S.- Idina Menzel will forever be my favorite Elphaba. And I wish I got to see her on Broadway.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Trying to face the days a world apart...

But no longer...

After much anticipation, Geo and I finally got our perfect little apartment!! I feel so thankful, like my prayers have been answered. Pretty much-LIFE IS GOOD. I feel so happy, absolutely ecstatic that it all worked out for us. It was a long time coming for us. And now it's here. We're moving in a week and a half. 10 days!!! That's going to be a whirlwind.

Geo and I celebrated by getting Japanese at Wokcano. Geez, I love that place. Really great, unique tasting sushi. Yummy in my tummy. Blech. I can't believe I just wrote that. Anyway, sakes and sushi are always great for celebratin'. I savored the moment because it would probably be the last time Geo and I have a nice dinner out in a long time. That's what he says. Because we're going to be good budgeters now that we have our own place. And this time...I actually believe him.

I love my husbfriend. Haha. I tried to create a word and I can't even really pronounce it. Such a loser.

Happy, Happy, Happy.


Monday, July 14, 2008

We kissed like we invented it...

God, Guy Garvey is such a poet. A man after my own heart, I say.

Anyhoo. What a weekend, eh? It seemed like I never stopped moving. It all started on Friday. My photoshoot with Danielle was an absolute success. It was hot as hell and I was dripping sweat all over the ground, but it was worth it when I saw the shots. Click my myspace to go check them out. A video of the day will be coming soon as well.

Saturday, Geo and I went apartment hunting out in Northridge. Our future home. It was pretty 50/50. There were some that we didn't like and some that we did like but were too expensive, and then some that were just, "wtf?!" But there was one that I was absolutely gaga over. So, I'm crossing my fingers that that one will work out.

My dad's 51st birthday was yesterday, and we celebrated by going to Raffi's, eating yummy Mediterranean food, and walking around Glendale's new Americana. Ok, so it's not so new, but new for my family anyway. My dad kept saying he liked The Grove much better, and I guess from a design standpoint I would have to agree. But in terms of shopping, the Americana is better for that. We saw Wanted, which I had been dying to see since I first saw the teaser trailer. I really liked it. I don't know if my dad did, but I really did enjoy it. The rest of my review for the movie can be found on facebook.

So, that was my weekend. And lately I feel like I've just been blogging for blogging's sake. I haven't created a new post in a couple days, and the last one was a sentence long, and about bug bites. Not exactly interesting.

I'm dying to see this

But I will probably end up seeing this...

Well, hope this finds you readers shortly. Tata.

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Bug Bite City

That's what I am...

Monday, July 7, 2008

Making it work...

So. Last May, George and I went to the annual Renaissance Faire. It was a wonderful day, filled with swords, turkey-legs, corsets, and cleavage. But the best part about it was that it took you back to a totally different place. There was something magical about being there. I don't know if it was the heat, or the people, but there was just something about that day that made it seem fantastical.

We go over to buy some incense from this trader, and he seemed like a jolly fellow. And he tells us he had a magic trick for us. He had George and I hold two separate pieces of string and was able to unite the two to make it one whole string. He called it a love string, saying that the trick only worked for two people who were really in love and believed in that trick. I was so enamored by it, I took the string and tied it around Geo's neck.

It still remains around his neck to this day.

I don't know how it's remained to stay so intact, since it's been through so much in the last month and a half. But it's still there. And he assures me that he will never take it off until if falls off completely, or if he absolutely HAS TO have it off.

I was just thinking about it today. Being away from him right now is super hard. It's almost unbearable. But I know that what he's doing is necessary, and I just have to be patient about it all. I know that it doesn't take a "love string" for me to know how much he loves me. But come on! I mean, the thing isn't even its original color anymore. But he still wears it just as proudly as his $300 Invicta watch. And to me that says...well, a lot.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Pack it up, we're leaving.

It's our final day at Three-Penny Farm.

Needless to say, we're in a disarray. I couldn't sleep a wink last night knowing that it would be the 2nd to last night we'd be here. So, forgive me if I'm a bit of an emotional wreck. I'm seriously going to miss everything about this place.

I get to see my family tomorrow though. It's been three weeks, and I miss them a whole bunch. Especially the sisser-pisser.

Happy 4th to everyone! Just in case I don't get to blog between now and then.

Well, sorry to cut this so short, but there is plenty of work to be done and not a lot of time to do it in.

Plus-pad thai leftovers from last night awaits.


I thought I'd leave you with this disaster.

I really wanted to give her another chance-I really did.


Monday, June 30, 2008

Died and gone to heaven.

So...I absolutely positively love the set of William Sonoma dishes and cups, and saucers, etc...Janice gave George and me. I feel blessed. Ah...I can't wait to find our new home. Right now, my babe is shooting some people. I usually don't like him playing vid-games but he so deserves it right now. I've never seen anyone work as hard as he does. It shows how great of a human being he is, and how lucky I am to be with him. *sigh*

So, I have to whine a little. It's just lately I've been reading a lot of people's blogs talking bout how vegan is great. And vegan is the way to go. And having to make sure that everyone who reads their blogs knows that they are vegan and nothing less. Well, man! I adore a lot of people who are vegan, don't get me wrong. But jeez! Get off your high horse and stop making non-vegans feel bad. I enjoy eating my meat. I just do. But it doesn't mean I don't care about the Earth and animals as much as you do.

I'm sorry. This probably makes me come off a bit sardonic, and I don't mean to be. It's just been a tiring last couple of weeks, and will probably continue to be a tiring summer. I actually admire all you veganers and am jealous of the fact that you all have that kind of discipline because I sure don't.

I can't wait to cook with all of our new kitchen-ware. I can't wait to cook for my babes who is so deserving of it!


All we can do is keep breathing...

Here is the little video ditty, I made. Yay, it's up. Hurrah for moi!

I hope you all enjoy it!

Saturday, June 28, 2008

I don't mind...

Hey, I like vintage! Vintage People. Vintage Clothes. Vintage tea towels? Of course! Why not?! That's the one thing I'm really loving about this move. Janice has so much stuff that she's practically giving it all to us. And she does not give us crap stuff either-she gives us super hip, super nice, super vintage (hello?!) things for our new home! Ah! Our new home. It's a comin'. We've got a lot of cool schtuff. And therefore-I am pleased as punch.

Today was Josie's birthday. She turned 23. Every time I celebrate Josie's birthday, I end up with the feeling of bittersweet-ness when it comes to my birthday. Happy that it's in less than three months, but also a tad bit upset that I'm getting older. I like the year I've had so far. I don't know how exactly I'm going to feel about turning 23. But anyway--we went to this lovely restaurant in Westwood called Sawtelle's Kitchen. It's Japanese/Italian. Weird, I know. But surprising lovely. Everything about it was spot on-the food, the help, the decor. It was easily one of the best dining experiences I've had in quite a long time.

So Beard Papa's...I don't know if you heard of the lovely Beard Papa's fresh and natural cream puffs. If you haven't-you are surely missing out because they are divine. They come in three flavors-vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. I got chocolate, because I am a chocolate fiend! It was yummay!!!

Thursday, June 26, 2008

I'm the only sour cherry on your fruit stand!

That's what it certainly feels like.

I absolutely HATE it when my friends are mad at me. No matter who's fault it is, I always end up being the one to cower and call/write/etc...first. I just really care about my all of my friends, and it just hurts a lot not knowing anything at the moment. All I can do is sit and wait to see if they will respond to any of the things I've done to make things better. For the most part, I don't think I should be getting punished for something completely understandable. I'm sure to most of you (who are we kidding-to the two of you) who are reading this-you have absolutely no clue as to what I'm talking about. I don't even know if the person this is for reads my blog...but whatever-sometimes, I just need to get it out.

The video from the concert is still not finished. In fact, I haven't even started. The past couple of days, I've been hard at work. We have been packing up a storm, just getting ready for the big show. I'm not complaining. It's just not fun to have do this twice in one summer. I just am not looking forward to it. I am however looking forward to finally moving into our new home, George and I. We're just as excited as can be for that moment to arrive. But for right now, we're just taking things one day at a time.

So, that's all for now. I just really want to eat some more cookies. I bought a bag of these chewy, chunky, chocolate chip cookies from Trader Joes (God Bless them) and they are uh-maze-ing! Pretty schnazzy. Alright-time to go fatten meself up.

***Update***It has been settled. And I am glad for it. :)

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

A Quickie

You dirty people with your dirty minds! Pshaw. You must've thought this blog post would be about something else we shall not speak of in public arenas. But it isn't. I'm basically (Geo hates it when I use that word too often so I'm going to try and use it just once in this post) using that as the title of my blog entry, because I have to make it short and sweet. There is a lot of work that needs to be done. The last thing I should be doing is sitting here blogging. Even though that is all I want to do. :P

Anyway, long story short...

Last night was probably the best and quite possibly the most star-struck I've ever been. And I don't usually get star-struck. I told myself even if I saw Russell Crowe or Robert Downey Jr. walking down the street, I wouldn't run over and jump on them (even if my mind is saying "GO FOR IT!") The last thing I want them to remember about me (especially since my future lies in the entertainment industry) is my being that girl. You know the one...

***Super Fast*** "Omg! Like you are sooooo amazing, and like I cannot even believe, like, you are standing right in front of me, like omg-this is the best day of my life, like!"

Don't worry, I wasn't anywhere near that. But I was pretty close. My friend Alli had this extra ticket to go see Ingrid Michaelson at the El Rey in LA. And of course, I was going to go-it's Ingrid Michaelson. So there we were, first people in line, standing right in front of the stage-close enough to touch her close. Well afterward, Alli wanted to wait to maybe have her come out and take a picture with us. 15 minutes later, lo and behold-out comes Ingrid Michaelson with Katharine McPhee! Something you need to understand about me. I have loved Katharine McPhee since she was on American Idol. If I could have her career I absolutely would take it-in a heartbeat! Are you kidding me?! Not only is she so incredibly beautiful. But she was also really tall and really super sweet. Two very rare qualities from up and comers if you ask me. As you may well have guessed-I acted like a total LOSER in front of her, stammering up a storm. Blah Blah Blah!!! And, we were all set and posed to take a picture, when my camera died. It died! I was mortified to say the least.

And yes...she does look this gorgeous in person. Perhaps even more so.

Pics and vids from the evening will be coming soon to a blog entry near you.

Later blogopeeps!

Sunday, June 22, 2008

I give up!

At my attempt to be cool and Katy Perry-esque of doing video-blogs as opposed to regular writing-I failed...miserably. I'm pissed. P-I-S-S-E-D! I recorded a long blog of me just babbling away about how great my day was, and stupid mac photobooth only recorded like 50 seconds of it. I don't even know what the duration time is for those things, because it seems to vary. And then, I go to Apple support, which shouldn't even be called Apple support-because they don't. Apparently many people have been having the same problem I've been having. And you know what they're solution is? To record on imovie instead of photobooth. Whoopee!

So this is what ended up recording...blech!

Boo on photobooth video!!! from Elaine Nuguid on Vimeo.

What you didn't see on the video is that, I had a great day. Awesome in fact. Kate and I went to the Huntington Library to explore. We did girly things, took lots of pictures, gabbed, ate a lot, and took more pictures. Twas all-around goodness!

Anyway. Hot day. Hot in both senses of the word. And now I'm starving...which will have to wait till 10pm. Because beau-friend is bringing home din-din, and that's when he comes home. Boo!

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Sex and the City

I have watched it 4 times now. Once in the movie theatre, and 3 times with streaming video (crappy quality and all) and still I just can't get enough. I absolutely love everything that the show represents- women who are strong, have incredible careers, are passionate about sex, have amazing fashion sense, and who still love being in love.

And to think, I never even used to like Sarah Jessica Parker. Now...well. :)

P.S. Yes, when I get married...I too will have a bird in my hair.

This is insane...

I've turned into a blogging fiend. Hi-Hi, Blogspot! I've returned. So. This is my last...absolute last, attempt at making a blog and actually sticking to it. If I happen to leave you blogspot-then I am oh so sorry, for I am a lame sauce who can't decide. Fair enough?

Okay, so I started blogging a couple of days ago at this new blogosphere I heard about from Katy Perry. Yeah, she and I talk quite a bit. Just Kidding. I'm actually a fan of her blog, and she uses this place called Tumblr. Yeah. Don't know where the name comes from but whatever. So, I thought, why not start a whole new blog. But then...dun dun dun. It was so difficult for me to use. I wanted to personalize my blog, and have it look like well, me. But all the themes I was looking at was not doing it for me. So, I quit. I quit. Just like that. After a mere 3 days. I think that's an all-time record for me. So I've decided to return to blogspot. You should be so lucky.

Anyway-here's the link for my stuff on Tumblr.

Check it out. I'm awesome. Not really.


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