"I love old things. They make me feel sad."
I'll preface this by saying: No not in the Emo sense.
I've always loved just those sort of sad movies and songs, or even stories, that just move you emotionally. It's strange and probably for those people who don't get it will think I'm exceptionally weird. But I have such a profound appreciation for those things that can make me feel something with such clarity I suppose.
I guess things that are
Is the worse thing - especially when you have a lot on your mind. Kind of scary how your mind can start at one place and end at some completely random destination because you're lying there overthinking things.
I know it's not a new phenomenon, but I hate it nonetheless!
Any fan of Lady Gaga who didn't go to the Monster Ball Tour,
you missed out big! The concert was absolutely brilliant, the
theme and how the music intertwines was so clever and every
song invigorated the crowd to jump from their seats and sing
along. The connection she made before, during and after
every song was so sweet, she'd thank us for being her
By now, you've heard about The Hurt Locker. If not, that's actually really impressive. But I know you have, so more importantly, why? Because it's pretty fantastic.
Having earned itself 9 Oscar noms, winning 6 of these (Including Best Film & Director - Kathryn Bigelow), over Hollywood juggernaught Avatar. A host of other commendations and awards
Another random thought while jogging today, the whole state of being happy. It's hard to explain the whole notion of being happy, its just a feeling we get - and feelings just being electro-magnetic messages in our brains - so why does it seem so difficult to obtain! I know we're a generation of materialists and we're very spoiled, but its so easy to be complacent with how life is and take it all for granted when its