Another week, more miscellaneous adventures and that much closer to winter break!
I'm ashamed to call myself movie buff when I tell you that I saw Signing in the Rain and It's a Wonderful Life for the first time last week, but I'm a firm believer in both movies now seeing as they can actually turn a frown upside down. Literally.
I also made a return to The Grove on Friday where my friends and I celebrated the last day of classes with- what else?- FOOD. But this was special food, straight from the Fat Cow aka Gordon Ramsey's new restaurant. Best mac n cheese I've ever tasted, although I will have to pass on reading the nutrition facts of that bad boy.
We also happened to save someone's life on Saturday night... and as badass as that might sound, trust me it wasn't that great. The 'victim' will remain nameless, and without getting too deep into the less-than-savory details of the debacle, I will tell you that it involved a McDonald's, a missing shirt, and LOTS of napkins.
On a lighter note, I was blessed by the Lord of the Rings gods and had the privilege, nay, the honor of seeing an advanced screening of The Hobbit in IMAX 3D last night. This experience felt like it was out of a fairytale (besides the 2 hours of public transportation required to make what should have been a 20 minute trip to the theater, but hey, who's complaining?), and we not only got into the movie for free, but also got free food and collectible movie posters. Granted, the movie wasn't as mind-bogglingly, life-changingly incredible as the trilogy, but cut it some slack it's a prequel for crying out loud. I thought it was amazing, and I will stand by it when I tell you that if you have $11.50 to your name you should go see this film... unless it's your last $11.50 in which case the money is probably better spent elsewhere.
The only other thing worth mentioning is finals week. Actually, I changed my mind, I don't want to talk about it...
And with that I leave you. Good luck with whatever you got goin on right now, and as usual any comments, questions, or concerns will be processed by a team of highly trained squirrels and responded to immediately!