November 11th, 2001

butterfly girl : where she goes when she

I'll never tell...

I saw Don't Say A Word last night. Despite Andrew's comments + emails: "don't go and see it! It's garbage and a waste of time, you'll hate it!" I was determined to see it at some time, even if I had to go by myself. There's something about movies set in psychiatrict hospitals that fascinate me - I don't know if it's simply because I'm a psychology student, or because it goes deeper than that. Anyway, so yesterday at work, Marianne and I decided to go and see it last night, and Sheryn came with us as well.

After I got home, I hopped onto the computer, and emailed Andrew: "I enjoyed it!! It was really good!" Perhaps some parts were a bit more violent than I liked, but the overall story, the acting (especially Brittany Murphy - and I would love to play that sort of character in a play some day)... it was excellent. I'm not going to say anything more about it because I don't want to give it away, but I enjoyed it.

Next to see: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. It comes out over here on November 29, and you know I can't wait.

butterfly girl : where she goes when she

(no subject)

Tomorrow night is my exam for Counselling... I'm semi-ready. Bec and I are meeting tomorrow to do some last minute revision, and I've just finished writing out a bunch of revision question for each topic that I think we should go through. If we can get these questions, then we'll be fine for the exam. I'm not too worried about it, I just want to get it out of the way. I'm so tired of exams and having all this pressure over my head. I'm sure everyone else is just sick of reading about it.

So many things to do once my exams finish, and I'm so excited to start doing some of this stuff. I want to get my Christmas shopping done, so I don't have to rush around in December - for god knows that the last thing I'll feel like doing on my days off is... being at the shops. I'm looking forward to doing my Christmas shopping, actually. I also need to get my Christmas cards sent out. Then, I'll start making CDs for some of my friends + penpals, as well as writing some long-overdue letters. What else? Spend time with more of my friends. Write more (stories, prose, poetry, song lyrics). Oh... I'm so excited about having some time off from studying. Only 5 more days to go. These exams don't seem quite so daunting at this point in time, and for that, I'm relieved.