i have nothing to say to anyone.
i made a list of movies i NEED to own:
- alpha dog
- nick and norah’s infinite playlist
- definitely, maybe
- lords of dogtown
- panic room
- i know who killed me
- the messengers
- in the land of women
- hamlet 2
- little children
i’ve been on a movie kick lately, so i’m sure that list is gonna grow soon enough. HBO plays some of the best/fucked up movies, and i am absolutely hooked. i really hope the movie taking chance gets released on DVD because that would make my day. and i’ve yet to own the book wuthering heights by emily bronte, and i really want it.
someone give me a borders giftcard so i can go buy that book/those movies?
i can’t get you off of my mind, and i haven’t been able to for weeks now. i keep having this re-occuring dream about the last time i saw you, and it kills me to remember how that went. i miss you so much, but i need to get used to that feeling because it seems to me that you’re not coming back anytime soon.
i’m glad we talked everything over today :) you’re honestly my best friend, sometimes it feels like you’re my only friend, and i’m so glad everything is back to normal.
why am i up at 5AM watching youtube videos?
loves of my life possibly?
i went to the doctor today for my sickness ;( got a z-pack though, which is somewhat working already, thank god! the academy awards were on tonight. everyone looked amazing and queen latifah sang “i’ll be seeing you”, which made me tear up.
i can’t help but feel like you’re mad at me, did i do something wrong? i don’t want to ask you because i’ll feel stupid, and it’s not like you’ll read this, but i really need to know.
Lyndsey Rodrigues: So, we know you like hip-hop, what’s your favorite rap album?
Robert Pattinson: I’m trying to think about it, I just remembered it for a second, now I’ve forgotten it again, uhhh. GZA - Liquid Swords.
you’re the only one who drags me kicking and screaming through fast dreams.
amber forced me to make this. i still like xanga better, blahblahblah. my toes are freezing!
“Taking Chance is a very simple film about Lt. Col. Michael Strobl (Kevin Bacon) who is escorting the body of a fallen PFC named Chance Phelps to his family. In under ninety minutes, the film bears witness to the respectful procedures that the USMC follows in such situations and to the reactions of ordinary Americans who Strobl meets on this particular journey. He doesn’t know the Private, and we learn only a few details about Strobl himself, but I found the film to be one of the most moving experiences I’ve had in a theater, almost indescribably so. Bacon’s solidity and restraint bind the minimal plot together.”
i miss my brother.