1. Lying on the roof of the abandoned building where you once went to elementary school
2. Staring at a broken bicycle
3. Drinking gin in an Ikea parking lot at 6 am
4. Naked in the front of the mirror crying softly
5. Painting your bathroom black
6. Combing the hair of a child that isn’t yours
7. Baking a cake that you’re just going to throw away
i’m actually quite overwhelmed thinking about all my D.R.E.A.M.S. footage i have. i don’t know where to start with it. i have a few concepts in my head but the second i start to put them into action i can’t help but think “wait, thats kinda stupid”. not to mention my laptop isn’t anything special, which translates to all i have is windows movie maker… not very top quality there.
i got really inspired today actually when i was going through the channels on tv and came across MTV’s mini documentary on the Haiti Earthquake called Impact. other than all the disastrous things that happened there, i felt like i had already visited there because of my trip to the Dominican. after seeing all of the little things that the host captured with her camcorder i really wish i did more when i was down there.
now i have to work with what i got and try to get motivated again… hmm…
why is it that everyone makes such a big deal about valentine’s day?
i mean it’s nice to go out for dinner or give eachother presents but why do all the single people always complain? honestly, i never did. if you’re single, it’s simple; go out with a bunch of friends and have a good time. today is supposed to be about say “i love us” not necessarily “i love you”. people often forget that. and if you’re not celebrating because you think the whole thing is stupid, then that’s your perogative but that doesn’t give you the right to make everyone else feel like crap.
some people hate on valentine’s day because they think that boyfriends should be treating their girlfriends like queens all year round not just one day of the year. really? i believe that guys should treat their girls nicely, dont get me wrong, but it works the other way around too. and once when a person does nice things for someone all the time the effect tends to wear off and become meaningless. so yes, valentine’s day does have a purpose. it’s a reminder of affection from the people who love you, friends included. it’s also part of my large annual choloate feasts :D
Yepp, and I’ve done it many times :)