Saturday, September 3, 2011

New Post!

It's been practically forever since the last time that I posted anything and so now I'm sitting down to write anything something that will probably turn out to be completely irrelevant worth your time! Ah lets see... What have I been up to? Well, I'm back in Oregon (unfortunately) and for the last month I've been taking care of my elderly neighbor who lives across the street who just had knee surgery. I went to the Oregon state fair in Salem which was surprisingly less fun than I could have possibly imagined. Okay, well, I guess it was okay. It was just very chaotic and there wasn't any order. I could have stayed at home and went to the local fair rather than travel three hours! I learned how to make Gobs! What??? You've never heard of Gobs??? They're basically like a homemade Oreo Cakester only they taste way better and they're the most delicious melt-in-your-mouth-little-piece-of-chocolate-heaven thing-a-ma-jig that you'll ever experience. Now if that doesn't sell you on the idea of making Gobs then I don't know what will. I started school last week which is amazing! It's a college prep school so everything's set up exactly as if you were going to college. I don't even go to school every day and when I do I don't have classes all day and the days that I do have classes, I have breaks in between. Sorry for wasting your time on this post but I really don't have anything else to say... Oh! Yesterday I achieved a HUGE milestone in my life. I went to the movies and saw an R rated movie. I saw Don't Be Afraid of the Dark which was AMAZING! Granted I don't think that it should have been rated R because it wasn't scary and language and stuff was completely appropriate. Next month Paranormal Activity 3 comes out and I think that I'll consider that OFFICIALLY my rated R milestone. Here's an interesting fact about me: I love horror movies! Especially if they're well made. I think that the Paranormal movies are my favorites because they're very well made and original. The acting in them is so natural and the connection that the audience makes with the actors makes the movie significantly more terrifying. I actually just found out about the third one last night at the movies and here's the trailer. It comes out next month and should be AMAZING!

-On either side of the river lie long fields of barley and of rye, that clothe the wold and meet the sky; And through the field the road runs by to many-towered Camelot-

1 comment:

Alice said...

Yeah, okay, you've sold me on the Gobs. Now, how about a recipe? ;)