"Listen to the mustn'ts, child. Listen to the don'ts. Listen to the shouldn'ts, the impossibles, the won'ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me... Anything can happen, child. Anything can be."

-Shel Silverstein



I feel like I'm getting so behind on blogging these days! Which is really weird since I don't have school to deal with...so anyways, here's to catching up on reviews and 365 Picture thing!


Day 53:

After a trip to the grocery store and starting some laundry, I decided to watch Grey's Anatomy. I thought that this season was just okay, but after watching some episodes to catch up, I think this season is awesome (it will never beat season 2 though). Before rushing to work, I ate a very delicious pizza...I don't remember who makes it, what kind it was, or anything about it, all I know is that it was delicious!

Day 54:

I updated my "Books to Read" list! I was very happy to be able to mark off some books, but as you can see, I still have many to read!


Date Night
This movie was really funny! I feel like it was kind of geared toward the older adult audience, but I still found it to be very amusing. It's about a couple (Steve Carell and Tina Fey) who are mistaken for another couple at a restaurant in the city. They then have to go through all of these obstacles to try and get away from the men that are trying to find what the real couple was using as blackmail. I'm not a very good explainer, but you kind of get the idea. If you go to see this movie, definitely stay until the credits are done though, they show outtakes from the improv parts and it was seriously the best part of the movie, aside from the stripper pole scene.

Remember Me
This was the second time I've seen this movie, and although it didn't move me as much as it did the first time, I would still recommend this to just about everyone. It's about a family living in NYC and all of the things they go through. There's problems from the past, with the father, and with the girlfriend's father. All of the problems fall on Rob Pattinson's character and he has to deal with basically everyone in the family. I really thought he did a good job, and as always, Pierce Brosnan was excellent!

It's Complicated
Again, this was a movie that was kind of geared toward older people. It was kind of slow in the beginning, but then it picked up and was really funny. The best part was the scene where Meryl Streep and Steve Martin "poked smot." HILARIOUS! Plus, John Krasinski was in it; he was seriously one of the best characters.

The Last Song
I've heard so many good things about this book that when I first picked it up, I thought it would be amazing from the beginning to the end. To be honest, it was pretty boring at the beginning, but toward the middle, it picked up and by the end, I was crying. All in all, I actually liked it a lot! Nicholas Sparks wrote in an immature way at the beginning (which is why i dont think i liked it), but then as Ronnie matured, so did the writing. Of course, the ending was not unexpected (something like this always happens), but it was one of the most emotional endings of any Nicholas Sparks book. Although I'm not a fan of Miley Cyrus, I want to go see this movie!

The Princess Diaries and Princess in the Spotlight
It took me 3 days to read both of these books. They are so short, but very funny and easy reads (perfect for the beach!). I absolutely LOVE the movie and Kayla had these books so she let me borrow them. The books are very different from the movie, same story very different delivery, but they were still very good. I'm working on the third one now, so I'm sure I'll finish it soon!!


I was given an award recently!! :) It was the Beautiful Blogger award and I received it from Christy over at 25 Before 25. I can't tell you how much I love her blog! It is awesome! She writes about all kinds of things that are always interesting: movies, food, and even her workout.
I wish I felt like passing this on to other bloggers, but I'm just ready to put on my pajamas and watch Grey's! But thanks Christy! :)


  1. You know what's sad? I know that your pizza was a margarita pizza by california kitchens.


    i finished message in a bottle - nicholas sparks does NOT like happy endings.

  2. haha im not too shocked that you remember it! and nicholas sparks HATES happy endings! you went super quick through that book though!

  3. You are such a doll. I love reading all of your sweet comments lately; I love seeing what you have to say! I feel the same exact way about the Last Song, btw. And I really really love the Shel Silverstein quote at the bottom of your page.


  4. hi :D

    I agree with you. The Last Song was so sad. It made me cry.

    the book was definitely worth reading.

    thanks for checking out my blog!
    I'm following you!
    follow me too yeah?


  5. Congrats on your award! Loving the movie reviews!