This is a little something I learned from “Midnight in Paris”.
There are always pros and cons to everything. Learning the skills of drawing, acting, singing, or any form of art is no different.
You’re able to recognize the specific techniques that most people would just glance over. You’ve a greater appreciation for the art ‘cause you understand it.
On the downside, you’re never able to fully enjoy it because your enjoyment will be laced with jealousy. You’ll start comparing yourself to the artist. You’ll ask yourself, “Why didn’t I think of that?”
Tomorrow, I’ll be attending a church that might be the scene of the crime for my sister’ wedding. Of course my future brother-in-law is gonna be there.
It’s gonna be an awkward afternoon spent with my parents as a couple, my brother, sister, and “brother” as a triplet, and me. They always talk about sports. I don’t. So I’ll just be eating as much food as I can stuff in my mouth to avoid any form of awkward conversation.
But I guess attitude is half the battle, so hopefully tomorrow turns out well.
Wow. This movie was probably one of the best movies I’ve ever seen. I may be biased ‘cause I love the hell out of Emma Stone, but there’s no doubt that many people would adore this film.
Besides the fact that it’s hilarious, sexy, and literally crazy, Crazy Stupid Love was totally enlightening. Plus, there was a total twist that I wasn’t expecting at all!
Love is not easy. Yeah, it’s totally obvious, but people are always oblivious from this fact since we’re always blinded from media. In all honesty, and you probably, or actually should know, love is complicated.
There are times when you love someone for one’s imperfections, but you don’t always like him. There are times when everything perfect, but you have the cliched Romeo and Juliet situation. That, or the father does not approve. There are times when you know you’re head over heels for someone, but the timing is just not right.
I’m gonna be blunt (like I always am) and say that, hands down, Crazy Stupid Love, was a fucking fantastic movie.
p.s. I really hope I’m not overselling this movie and you don’t enjoy it in the end. I’m just saying that I know for a fact that I spent my $8.25 very well tonight.
& to all the David Lindhagen’s in the world: Fuck off man!
I’m taking every chance I get to get my voice heard. Literally.
From now ‘til the 19th, I will be perfecting a special medley involving Rihanna, Lil Wayne, and Hellogoodbye. Whether or not I’ll add more artists to that list will be announced later. During this time, I will also be signing up for my University’s Osprey Idol.
So Tuesday, August 23rd, I’ll be returning to UNF’s Lazzara hall to perform again. :)
That moment when someone just catches your undivided attention. Their presence just makes you happy. You brows lift, and so do your cheeks; you brighten up. It’s that one moment when you’re genuinely happy so see someone.
When you actually catch someone doing this to you, your face becomes as red as a cherry. The corners of you mouth seem to be highly attracted to your ears. Never knew you were the bashful type, huh?
I wouldn’t consider it love at first sight, ‘cause we all know that’s a myth, so I’ll call it that moment when chemicals react.
No one ever really gives up. If you’re hopeless, you still have hope. Adding the suffix “less” to a word doesn’t eliminate the entire emotion.
It’s only “a smaller amount” of it. You never give up, & it’ll never be the end. You haven’t given up on hoping for something better, you just have less hope for it is all because you’ve realized that the probability of something isn’t as high as you thought. Despite the fact, it’s still not impossible.
p.s. The word “hope” appears in the word “hopeless” for a reason.