I want to vine them all over my future house. I’m also hellbent on my wedding bouquet being made out of them. Not sure how that’ll work because, well, they vine and they bloom in the morning but we’ll make it work.
Excuse the hot mess that is my bedroom but yeah this is where I live all day erry day.
Roswell always and forever. I love all of the characters and the storylines. I love how the writers interlinked plots and split their focus between the fantasy/science fiction side of things and the drama. I could watch it over and over again.
Breath by Breaking Benjamin will always be my favorite.
Potatoes in any form. French fries, au gratin, potato salad, hash browns, mashed potatoes. I LOVE THEM ALL.
I remember reading this senior year and I just couldn’t put it down. Without giving away the ending, this book was predictable at parts, but it also surprised me. I loved the story and I love Jodi Picoult’s style of writing. I liked reading in different character’s points of view - I felt like the story was more whole that way.
Fountains of Wayne, or commonly known as “that band who sang Stacy’s Mom,” are so much more then a bunch of used-to-be horny teenagers. While Stacy’s Mom landed them their most memorable song, their power-pop driven music never fails to put me in a good mood. Feeling down? Just listen to California Sex Lawyer. I have no idea what message the song is trying to convey but I suspect that there probably is none, and I’m okay with that. If I want to listen to music with deep rooted messages, I can always turn to Bob Dylan, although I do enjoy FoW’s These Days. Sometimes, you just want music that’s fun, and that’s why I love this band so much. I can’t wait to see them next month!
I cannot express how much this movie means to me. It’s raw and it’s gritty and it’s not afraid to address harsh realities of being a teenager. Albeit, they may be on an extreme level but each of these actors is highly underrated and their performance in this film only confirms that idea. With the exception of Sanj, each character goes through a hard transformation as they come to terms with life and death and how much of a “roller coaster” it can all be. I could (and have) watch(ed) this film over and over again and my likeness for it would only grow.
*In no particular order.