Nov 19

I wish I could say “muy pronto voy a estar estudiando en España.” Actually, instead of studying there, I wonder if I can just move there find a job and stay there for a year or two. Seriously, wouldn’t that be awesome? It’ll be like L’Auberge Espagnole except I won’t be in school and I wouldn’t have to worry about catalan because I’ll be in Madrid. ::squeels like a girl::

Oh and how can I forget… no erasmus!

So what’s holding me back?! I can just leave tomorrow! All I have to do is…

1) Pack
2) Go to the airport and get a ticket to Spain
3) Arrive in Spain
4) Find out that I don’t have a visa and get sent back to the US

Shiet.

OK so I guess the whole spontaneous thing won’t work. A little planning will need to be put into this trip.

1) Go to the Spanish consulate and get a work visa
2) Buy a ticket to Spain
3) Pack
4) Arrive in Spain
5) Not be able to find a job because I’m not fluent in Spanish
6) Go broke

Shiet.

OK so maybe a short trip to Spain will do.

Sep 28

Love it! watching this movie always makes me want to go back to Spain.. maybe next year.

Jul 15

This movie looks great! Our sun is dying and these guys are trying to reignite it. So far it looks like some sort of suspense/horror film set in space… sort of like Event Horizon but I think it’ll be much better. Opens next week, I can’t wait!

Jul 11

OK the movie was good! To be honest I didn’t like the 5th book that much but the movie was surprisingly fun. Umbridge, the person who I couldn’t stand the most in the book, turned out to be one of the best characters in the movie. It was especially good to see that she got what she deserved by the end of the movie.

Now for those of you who’ve seen the movie or read the book… doesn’t Fudge remind you of el presidente Bush? think about it. ok enough politics.

Like always, what makes a good movie even more enjoyable are the movie goers, especially on opening day. I can’t tell you how many times people broke into applause throughout the movie.

One thing I have to mention though… seems like arriving 2 hours ahead of time was unnecessary. The movie wasn’t sold out and there were definitely enough seats for a group of 4 if you happen to arrive when the movie started. Me? I miss standing in line. It was great to hear a bunch of people say how excited they are to see this movie. It was also fun to see people dress up in their gryffindor robes and scarves. lol. Now if you didn’t get a chance to see Harry Potter on opening day well… you have 2 more chances. Have fun.

Jul 10

I got tickets for tomorrow’s show! Seems like forever since I bought tickets really early for a movie. Last time was probably 2 years ago when Goblet of Fire came out.

God now I’m wondering what time I should head to the theatre tomorrow. I bought the tickets at 8pm and the lines were already hella long for the midnight showing. You think 2 hours is more than enough time for tomorrow?