What an eventful week!
To start off, I PR'd in the open 800 in track. I was proud, to say the least.
We had a birth control specialist come in and talk to us in health. Did I mention how hillarious he was? Let's just say he is probably very successful at his job.
Mother Monster released her much awaited third album, Born This Way. I love it. Every track is different, yet each one blows my mind.
Since dance ended last week, *wiping tears away*, I got to watch the Glee Season Finale on TV (instead of using Hulu on my laptop)! It was....amazing. I was trying to think of a more intelligent word to describe my exact opinion of it, but amazing is the only word that fits. I don't think I could love the songs more.
Speaking of finales, our Orchestra Finale concert was on Thursday. I was actually surprised by how well we did! Don't me get wrong, I wasn't expecting road-kill or anything... okay, scratch that. I was. Despite how horrible that sounds, it's true. However, I was pleased with the quite contrasting result.
I got talked into watching the Disney movie "Tangled" with my sister. As you can probably guess, it was your typical fluffy princess-type Disney movie. The sad part is that my inner romantic actually falls for that stuff. Though, I started watching with a very skeptical attitude, I was definitely convinced by the end. Congratulations Disney, you've managed to sweep me off my feet once again.
Warning: I'm about to sound like a pathetic person who analyzes things way too much. Please skip over if you aren't in the mood for ridiculous conclusions.
I have realized a possible reason as to why friends start to drift apart. It sounds quite ridiculous but yes, there is a legit reason for this, especially for girls. Once again, I would like to say that this is just an opinion and if it offends you, please skip over it.
I think that girls have a habit of getting super close to their friends over a relatively short period of time, and at first, it's quite nice. We love to get close to new people and get to know the little things about our friends. But then, we hit a point where we're so close, we start to notice things that we may not neccessarily like. We may start to get annoyed or easily frustrated with our whirlwind friendship.
Ever heard the saying "familiarity breeds contempt"? I think that it mainly applies to girls. You're probably wondering, what has led to me to such a depressing conclusion. Well, I feel like I'm currently experiencing what I just described. That's all I want to say about that.
All right, I'm done releasing my inner neurotic freak.
This week's playlist is interesting. It's a combo of old songs and new songs. It might be one of my favorites. I'm feeling lazy, so I'm not going to post a screenshot of the playlist.
You may have noticed the newly added SCM player at the top of the page. It will be playing the latest playlist, and will start automatically after the page loads. I really like how you can see the song title and artist's name, so I don't have to post a screenshot if I'm not in the mood :)
Hope you enjoy your Memorial Day weekend!