To those who are questioning my decision to run in shorts in near freezing conditions, yes, it does sound mad, but after 2 minutes of running I explode into a flame ball and heat up like a freaking oven, so the less layers I wear the better. Plus that heat stays with me for about an hour after the run, hence the shorts :)
I know, barmy, or balmy should I say…
(I’m here allll weeek)
There are very few films that have made me cry, I have a reputation for having a heart of stone when it comes to heart wrenching movies.
Now the films where I have cried?
- Tangled. Because that scene with the lanterns was just beautiful.
- Up. Because that is literally the saddest 10 minutes of your life.
- Tarzan. Because when Tarzan had to leave Jane…
I have only watched Tarzan once. I was 8 years old and we went to the cinema. I started crying half an hour before the end, cried all the way to the car. Stopped crying when we got in the car, then remembered why I was sad on the way home and cried all the way home.
I’ve just tried to watch it again, for the second time, 14 years later.
Phil Collins starts singing “Two Hearts, One Family”, I’m welling up.
I’ve made it to about half an hour before the end again and turned it off because I don’t want to sit in my living room and blub like a child. I can’t watch it.
Disney. You have ruined me. Everybody else needs to up their game.
I’ve eaten a family sized bag of popcorn and I haven’t ran, I’m not running until Saturday either, group week is the devil.
I’m also not going to the theatre for mother’s birthday because my dissertation work has been rearranged, so father is going instead, slightly annoyed, because I’m essentially giving away 150 pounds worth of tickets that I worked quite hard for, but on the other hand I now have extra time for my uni work and I’m getting further on with the important stuff.
27th November 2013
P.S. Catching Fire was freakin’ awesome, and Sam Clafin is just darn beautiful. TICK TOCK.
I’ve just posted mail to the US of A and Trinidad and Tobago, MERRY CHRISTMAS YOU LOVELY PEOPLE :)
English ones to be posted when December breaks, it’s too early for you :)
I don’t know why I bother trying to pass myself off as a rugby fan, I miss the games when they are on because I’m at work, I then hear the score through the news at work, and I don’t have time to watch them during the week anyway, plus I can’t watch a game if I know the score, it’s like watching a film and knowing who dies and what happens at the end. So I end up just being all yeah I love rugby, no I haven;t seen any of the Internationals…