But Eclipse left me angry. It was fun to laugh at how utterly unreal those emotions were and the fact that the actors didn't seem to give a shit in the first two. This one seem like it was trying to be a movie on it's own and it failed. It wasn't a "so-bad-so-good" situation. It was just bad, period. I didn't even appreciate Taylor Lautner's body. He just looked like sqinty-eyed jailbait. Meh.
My boss thinks I love Twilight. Every time she catches me on ONTD, I'm scrolling past a huge picture of Robert Pattinson. Or that Ronaldo guy. You know, the Portuguese football dude. It's really embarrassing.
So I took the GRE and I thought I did well until I looked at the average scores for the grad programs I'm applying to. I'm not shocked - standardized testing is like my achilles heel. It shouldn't stop me from applying anywhere, but my heart just isn't in it anymore. I mean, I definitely want to go back to school at some point. I just don't know exactly what I would like to get a graduate degree in. That shit is expensive, and you can't eat, wear, or live in diplomas.
I'm thinking about trying to find a new job at the end of the summer. I know I just started my job, but I figure it'll take a year or so to find something else. I've learned that I'd rather not spend most of my day in front of a computer. I'm dying to work in the arts or entertainment, but I know that's going to be a tough nut to crack. I promised myself that if nothing shows up in a year, I'm preparing a Plan B. I'm working on that one - it's a crazy idea, but it's probably the best I've ever had. We'll see if I chicken out of that one.
Anyway, that was a whole lot of nothing.