Hey guys! It's been a while. Things have changed somewhat. I've decided that I'll no longer make a concerted effort to find that special someone. If it happens, it happens. Que será será. After all, love is chemistry, not a magnetic attraction (after all, opposites don't necessarily attract here at Oasis).
I went to see Guys & Dolls at a local theater on Friday. It was fun. And I knew the lead female role (Miss Adelaide). Then I went to a party on Saturday and I felt like an outsider. Everyone who was there knew the host (or should I say hostess :P ) either from work or better than I did. All I did was play the GameCube. As little fun as I had there, I knew that I would be having less back in my dorm room.
As I sit here writing this, the temperature is 50 American degrees and it's December. It's freaky, but I must say enjoyable. Maybe I like it so much because it's overcast. For some reason I like overcast days. Perhaps it's because I'm lonely. Perhaps it's because you can open your eyes fully and look without squinting. I dunno. But I do know one thing -- I should be writing an english paper thats due in 22 hours. But instead of gabbing on and on about how wonderful Harry Potter is, I'm forced to organize my thoughts. That's a trouble with me, organization. You should see my desk. I know another thing too! I simply cannot wait for June 4, 2004 for the NEW HARRY POTTER MOVIE!!!! I cannot wait!
One thing that I'm not too fond of is the man who is replacing Richard Harris (Dumbledore) doesn't look like the old Dumbledore. I have this mental image of who the real Dumbledore is, but the new guy doesn't seem to fit it. At least in the HP3 teaser. He doesn't seem tall and lanky enough. But I'm sure Alfonos Cuarón made sure that he did a great job at emulating the essence of Dumbledore. Sounds like a cologne.
I didn't particularly like what the old director (Christopher Columbus, not the same one who "found" the Americas) did with the previous HP movies. He made them too dark, I felt. But now Alfonso Cuarón (of Y Tu Mamá También fame) is directing and everything seems more cheery and light-hearted. Even Hogsmeade looks cool now! And I sincerely hope that Sean Biggerstaff is still Oliver Wood like in the first movie. That would be fabulous. What is it with my attraction to scots? First David Paisley then Sean Biggerstaff.
That's it for now. Enjoy (Incubus or otherwise)!