Cinderella's castle is already one of the most idealistically magical structures on earth. Then you lather is with Christmas lights, and it's becomes the most beautiful lie you may ever lay your eyes on.
Yes, it may be completely unrealistic for young girls (in age and at heart) to gaze upon this symbol of a dazzling life they can only dream about. Yet, it's all in the beauty of uniting with other young girls who have this same unrealistic fantasy that takes them away from the unpleasant factors of reality... if only for a second.
I approve, Walt Disney. I approve. Now please make your Disney princess Snuggies in adult sizes as well. Because, frankly, I will like Disney princess' and snuggling until the day I die.
Star Trek= GOOD.
The Men Who Stare at Goats = meh.
Why am I so hungry today? This makes no sense. I was in a car practically all day, and have eaten the appropriate amount of calories for a girl my age/weight. It is nearly Christmas, though. So I shall forgive my ridiculously high metabolism for now.
I am going to read a lot on break. If there are any books you would recommend, let me know. Please. I'm planning on covering a lot of Sylvia Plath's journals. I am excited, yet also quite frightened at this. Sylvia Plath is brilliant, yet this brilliance among other things drove her to suicide shortly after she finished this journal, and The Bell Jar. Which, I don't know if I ever will be insane enough to read. I don't want to be exposed to such possible insanity. Anyway, then I will take a light break with some Sarah Dessen that I've been meaning to read. After that I want to go to the Hunger Games and the second one in the series, Catching Fire. I seem to be the only one in the young adult literary world not to have read those yet. Just wait for me, educated discussions on the series. I will catch up.
Captivating (STILL haven't read it. Bad Allyson. Bad)
Franney and Zooey
Time Traveler's Wife
Okay. I must go write a personal narrative now. I shall talk to you soon.
Rad: Christmas music. The men controlling the Enterprise.
Unrad: Merging in rush hour traffic.