First of all, there is a new Christopher Guest movie coming out! "A Mighty Wind"! MWAHAHAHA! I'm excited and dorkishly looking forward to it! I saw the preview for it while watching "Chicago" with a neat friend I haven't seen in a while.
I seem to have entangled myself into several organizations/Things int he past few days. One, an acting club thingy with a friend, that I feel that I've elbowed into, and may have to write something for, and he probably won't like it, but I'm not stressing about it. Two, massive drama at my lunch table. Let's just say, we're playing survivor, and voting people off. All in good fun, but the drama is there nonetheless! I also started writing a novella with a friend, and it looks like it will go off! I'm really excited, since he is one of my very favorite people ever, and we could do really well working together. It shall be neat.
On the subject of literature (because I just KNOW you come to my blog for the sole purpose of checking up on what I'm reading), James Joyce is a god. Pablo Neruda is a slightly cooler god. Chaucer is also neat. I've recently become obcessed with "A Clockwork Orange", but don't knwo if I should read or watch it first. I know they are really different versions. Just give me your opinion. Also, should I really read "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" or simply revel in its gorgeous title? No worries:)