In circles...

So today, Debbie and I were trying sort out some shit for new years eve. We came to the conclusion that

1. we don't want to spend a whole lot of money
2. but go big
3. spend it with the people we love
4. look good doing it.

problem is, LA may provide the hottest night clubs and the spot to be at for NYE but how much is it worth it to party at these places that are asking for $100+ just for entrance? And then on top of that, they pack the place to the point where you can't even get drinks or dance. Some of the shittiest most AZN night clubs even jack up their prices to nearly 125 to the priciest i've seen at $10,500! So deb calls ben and asks him after his years of experience whats a good idea, place or thing to do. And what do we get? we find that in the end its just going back to house parties.

So is that the way to go? or should we learn from our own experiences, go to the crap parties that are way too crowded, find that they are crap, and then go back to house parties?


Hello December...

How do you do?

I suppose a funny thing about this month is that it is the last year that my security about a lot of my future seems to end. What I want to do in the following year has never been so much of a question for me since there was always the answer of school. But now that i'm here at the end of the year and next year all i've got is half a year of school left, i wonder what will exactly happen with the rest of it. I'm sure that this has been a question for many seniors and I hardly can believe that i've reached this point in my life where I'm beginning to truly question the future. Honestly, its quite frightening.

On another note, I watched Harry Potter again on ABC family today and couldn't believe how long it had been since i had last watched this film. The best part about it was thinking back on how many times i had gone out to watch a Harry Potter film out at the theaters and who i went with for each one of the situations. Best of all, i remember the first time that i went to go watch Harry Potter and it was when I was in middle school. And now.. what, nearly 10 years later... i think, how much of a difference there has been from the first one to the latest. Even funnier is the fact that now when i listen to the dialogue in the movie, i pick up on small English slang that i would have never figured or heard before. Its incredible... in fact i'm tempted to read the books over again... but maybe not the last two because they were a bit of a drag to read through. But don't get me wrong, i think JK Rowling is still quite the genius.

In any case, finals are this week and all i can think about is how much i'm ready to get them over with. I'm tired of school and i desperately want the winter break to start. This quarter has been a wreck. I've been lost, confused, frustrated, and ready for a milkshake.