Its been a while since I have really done anything. Which is nice sometimes just being able to relax, but I also neglect the things I enjoy like writing and video editing. So far this summer has been fun, but I'm also finding it to be very busy between hanging out with friends, getting through my stack of novels, comics and movies that everyone is trying to get me into. So this morning sitting here with my coffee I am going to do a little writing before I head to work.
Last week I finally got around to finishing the Lost series, and any of you who watched the show would know how confusing and slightly frustrating the ending is. Its not something you would expect because in my opinion it wasn't even a good option. However now that the show is over I continue to buy the magazines and trying and figure out what was going through Damon Lindelof and J. J Abrams head when they wrote it.
My friends also got me started on the show Supernatural, and now a month later I have completely finished all 5 seasons and am awaiting the sixth. That show is amazing, with ghost hunters Dean and Sam Winchester, two brothers thrown into a world everyone thought was made up. However later in the season the show brings a different twist when destiny comes knocking and Angels and Demons are introduced wanting the two brothers to be vessels for the two deadliest angels Lucifer and Micheal so the battle can begin and whoever wins gets full rein of earth. Very intriguing.
Last week the Twilight Saga Eclipse came out into theaters and my friends went and bought me tickets a month in advance for the first day. It wasn't that bad. Being a young girl who has read all the books, I have to say that the other movies were quite a disappointment. I mean we all know Kristen Stewart leaves her mouth open way to much, she needs an elastic to snap it back, as well as Robert Pattinson who may have a little talent but all in all he's got nothing. Not even looks. In the first movie his pain looked a little too whiny then scary which I felt it should have been portrayed as, while in the second one he took his shirt off and every girl screamed at the anorexic boy. I mean seriously? David Slade knocked this movie out of the park. It was directed so well that it was pretty close to being a horror movie with just a little more blood, and more screaming. It would have been amazing.
For now I am going to leave you with my all time favourite song this month. Terrified by Katherine McPhee Ft Zachary Levi