Sunday, September 27, 2009

9/27/09

I haven't updated in three weeks, feel free to be mad. Another true thing about high school is there is A LOT more homework and I am neglecting my essay writing duties right now to post this.

Well because it's been three weeks I don't really know what to say. I've just been adjusting to a more concrete schedule in my high school life. It still isn't working out.

Shoot I just broke another rubber band. I think my hair has it's own gravitational pull or something.

Hmmm.... what to talk about. GOT IT!

I saw Fame yesterday! It was REALLY good but not as good as the original. It wasn't as deep. Except for when Kevin... well you'll have to see it, I don't want to spoil anything. But the talent was phenomanal. I mean, it was about the New York High School of Performing Arts so of course it was. I was really impressed by the majority of young actors, and all the adults, of course. And when Megan Mullally did karaoke I cracked up. It's definitely worth seeing.

And there's a couple other things I'm really excited for right now. The 2009 Broadway revival of Bye Bye Birdie is definitely going to be great. John Stamos is playing Albert and Allie Trimm is playing Kim, it's super exciting! I entered a contest on their website to win tickets. I love the movie and thanks to Mel Mel (my supplier of all things Broadway) I have a copy of the original Broadway cast soundtrack. Which I am listening to at the moment.

And now for something even more exciting, for me anyways! Drum roll please...

This year is The Wizard of Oz' 70th anniversary! And as any of the people that came to my middle school graduation know, this is a very big deal for me. And you know what big deal anniversary's mean.....

Limited edition merchandising! And the ice-cream sundae of limited edition merchandising is...

The Wizard of Oz 70th anniversary box set! This includes a four disc DVD set with a remastered copy of the movie and over four hours of bonus features, a 52 page book about the making of the movie, a reproduction of the movie budget sheet, a copy of the 1939 campaign book, and a watch. And since my Tinkerbell watch just broke I could use this.

And I think I'm getting this for my birthday (that is in 12 days) because I found the ad for it in a magazine my mom was reading. But in case she didn't get it for me.... this would be her subtle hint.

Anyhoo..... yeah. I'm running out of things to say. Glee is amazing but you already knew that.... the House season premiere was absolutley chilling, one of the best episodes yet. Umm... yeah.

Now I SHOULD do my homework before Yom Kippur starts because I don't think I'll be able to function properly on an empty stomach.

Happy birthday to Samuel Adams (the revolutionist, not the beer), Arthur Penn, Meat Loaf, Alexis Stewart, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Avril Lavigne.

Ok. Well. Bye.

1 comment:

artsyash22 said...

meat loaf. hah. hooh. heeh. lol. i saw fame again today and it was a lot worse than the first time. the first time it was "pretty good" but now i deem the movie as "okay".