Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Blah. Blah. Blah.

I'm going back to college today, after a week of staying home. I still feel a little sick, but I hope I will manage it. I should be able to make it, I only have 2 hours of philosophy, then 2 hours of English, from 4 to 8pm. This schedule is kinda annoying me, cause I stay in bed alll day, and I leave the house when everybody is coming back from school. Anyways, I'll make it through.

The thing with my stomach is that when I sit, my stomach hurts, and when I lay down, my throat hurts, I should stay standing up the whole time.. but that's not gonna be possible in class. I also have to go buy my books, cause I need them. Then I'll have to copy everything I missed last week. I missed 2 hours of "Occidental societies history", 2 hours of Spanish, 2 hours of English Lit, and 2 hours of English exercises. Blah.

I have "Totally Fucked" from Spring Awakening stuck in my head, I love the blah blah blah part. :) I've been obsessing over Lea Michele and Jon Groff this weekend (as you see) and it just made me want to pack my bags and go to London to go see musicals. Of course, if I could to New York in a snap, it'd be great too. I want to go see Deathtrap and then meet Jon Groff, that'd be great.

I've also been watching Heroes since last Thursday, I finished watching season 3 on Dvd and now I'm watching season 4. I love it, it is soo exciting. And I forgot how much I loved Milo Ventimiglia. I used to be obsessed with him, especially when him & Alexis Bledel were together, then it kinda faded out, but now that I've been watching the show again.. aaaah. He is absolutely gorgeous, I love him. It also reminded me of Fired Up so I watched it, and oh my, Nicholas d'Agosto is amazingly beautiful, his smile makes me melt.

Oh and while I'm at it, let's talk about all these artists that make me melt: so we already have Nicholas d'Agosto, Milo Ventimiglia, Jonathan Groff. And Brendon Urie, of course, he's my man, he is the beautifulest ever, and I miss Panic these days, they need to come up with new stuff. I heard they'll be in Germany on December 5th, but that's too far from me. Anyways, we have Matt Lanter, I am disappointed in 90210's episode this week, we practically don't see any Liam at all, and he is gorgeous. I also can't wait for Vampires suck to come out in Belgium (10/6), he's beautiful. Who else? Well, I stole all my sister's 4400 dvds, cause I miss Patrick Flueger. Chace Crawford, oh my, he is the definition of perfectly beautiful, I just watched the new Gossip Girl, I love him. Penn Badgley is also perfect. Oh, and in Glee, Mark Salling and Matthew Morrison are two sexy men, Cory Monteith too. And Kevin McHale too. Ooh, I almost forgot Jim Sturgess from 21 and Across the Universe, oh my. And also Guillaume Canet, he's one sexy French man, he makes me melt a lot! And James Marsden, aaah! And Dominic Cooper too. And Adam Brody, and Ben McKenzie. And Liam Hemsworth. And Dustin Milligan. And Taylor Lautner is pretty, not because he's a werewolf.

That's certainly not it, but that's all I can think about right now. I like boys, haha.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

2010 Tony Awards

LOVE IT. Matthew Morrison's song is great, he is one sexy man.
The beginning of "Don't Rain On My Parade" isn't really good,
she probably didn't have any feedback, but once Lea Michele got
on stage, she was amazing. I love when she sits on Jonathan Groff's
laps, when she sings to Jay-Z and Beyoncé is wondering what the
heck is going on, and when Idina Menzel is clapping in the end. :)


I'm in a Glee mode.

They're cute.

Sad day.

Jonathan Groff is gay.
I'm sad. :(

Saturday, September 25, 2010

bff crush.

Lea Michele & Jonathan Groff.
I must say that I love them.

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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Sometimes, I'm mad.

Like really mad. I am not this time, but I could be. So many things are getting on my nerves, and I cry for the tiniest things, just because I can't handle it no more. I went to my university on Friday, and all I did was listen to a boring lecture, not even interesting, then stand in a line for over 2 and a half hours. Well, I got to eat lunch with some friends, and laugh about my schedule with other students, but that's all. I was practically breaking down standing in the line, because they are so unorganized. You have to stand in a line for an hour, then you explain your problem to a lady and she gives you a numer. Then, you have to wait 2 hours to finally meet somebody who will possibly be able to help you. The numers go by so slow you wonder how it is that it only takes 3 minutes when it's your turn. At the end, I got what I needed, but still.

Then you have people that just get on your nerves because.. well, they do. I am not a organization-freak, but I like to know what I'm doing, and when I'm doing it. And other people just don't. They can't tell me when we'll see each other unless it's the night before, and they can't forward a message to me just to tell me where I'll have to go. It gets on my. last. nerve.

So tomorrow I'll really start college, at noon, until 7:30pm! And I finish at 7:30pm three nights a week! What is THAT for a schedule? I'm happy cause I don't have class on Wednesday, and I only have one class on Friday, but it's still kinda annoying to have classes that late. Anyways, I'll see tomorrow.

I can't wait to meet new people. Really. It'd be a fresh new breeze.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

It's a brand new day.

Whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do?
I'm gonna laugh through the summer with you
Who you gonna be? Who you gonna be?
You'll just have to watch and can't believe
Where you gonna go? Where you gonna go?
Anywhere my heart wants me to go
I'm gonna sing, I'm gonna dance
I'm gonna write, I'm gonna play
I'm gonna try my hand at everything.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Oh, Sue.

Oh, I just love Sue Sylvester so much! I've been watching Glee for the past three days, to get ready for the Season 2 Premiere next Tuesday, and she might just be my favorite character on the show. I love Kevin McHale's (Artie) voice, and Lea Michele (Rachel) is perfect, I just love her. And oooh, Jonathan Groff (Jessie St James), oh my, oh my, he's the sexiest. Well, I love Mark Salling (Puck) and Cory Monteith (Finn) too, but admit it, Jonathan is great, and I loved him in Spring Awakening (with Lea Michele too!).

So I decided to make this post all about Sue, and her fabulous quotes. Here's a bunch that I love:

Sue Sylvester: Alright everybody listen up. When you hear your name called, cross over to my side of this black shiny thing
Will Schuester: That's called a piano, Sue.
Sue Sylvester: Santana, Wheels, Gay Kid. Come on, move it! Asian, Other Asian, Aretha, and Shaft.

Sue Sylvester: I don't trust a man with curly hair. I can't help, but picturing birds laying sulfurous eggs in there and I find it disgusting.

Sue Sylvester: Let me break this down for you, okay? I empower my Cheerios to be champions. Do they go onto college? I don't know, I don't care. Should they learn Spanish? Sure, if they wanna become dishwashers and gardeners. But if they want to be bankers and lawyers and captains of industry, the most important lesson they could possibly learn is how to do a round off.

Will Schuester: I will destroy you.
Sue Sylvester: I'm about to vomit down your back.

Sue Sylvester: I’m reasonably confident you will be adding revenge to the long list of things you’re no good at, right next to being married, running a high school glee club, and finding a hair style that doesn’t make you look like a lesbian. Love ya like a sister.

Sue Sylvester: I’m going to ask you to smell your armpits. That’s the smell of failure, and it’s stinking up my office.

Sue Sylvester: I empower my Cheerios to live in a state of constant fear by creating an environment of irrational, random terror.

Sue Sylvester: [Ramps] are what I call lazy-makers. They discourage able-bodied students from getting proper exercise by using the stairs.

Sue Sylvester: While they were in there, I told them to go ahead and yank out those tear ducts. Wasn’t using them.

Sue Sylvester: I got a satellite interview. That’s lingo for an interview, via satellite.

Sue Sylvester: That was the most offensive thing I’ve seen in 20 years of teaching—and that includes an elementary school production of Hair.

Sue Sylvester: I will go to the animal shelter and get you a kitty cat. I will let you fall in love with that kitty cat. And then on some dark cold night, I will steal away into your house and punch you in the face.

Sue Sylvester: Heyyy buddy, did you get a new haircut? Looks awful.

Sue Sylvester: I thought I smelled cookies wafting from the ovens of the little elves that live in your hair.

Sue Sylvester: I will no longer be carrying photo ID. Know why? People should know who I am.

Sue Sylvester: You think this is hard? I'm passing a gallstone as we speak. That's hard!

Sue Sylvester: I always thought the desire to procreate showed deep personal weakness.

I just love it. But it is, of course, wayy better when you watch the show! Toodles.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Friday, September 10, 2010

Oh, creativity.

I just like writing. I really do. And I like listening to music, but both at the same time is not that great. I mean I do it all the time when I'm studying, or looking at stuff, or doing whatever. But when I write, it kinda blocks my creativity. Right now, I'm not listening to anything.. probably because it's 9am and I just woke up. So we'll see how that goes, without music. But again, it's 9am, I'm really tired.

I don't really know how to let my creativity explode in one post. I'm good at writing stories that take a long time to write. I usually have a beginning, and the end, but I can never figure out what to put in between.. because, I mean, I can't have only three chapters, I need to fill the story with 'useless' things. But these useless things are hard to come up with, which is weird because I spend my time saying useless things. I just have a big whole in my creativity.

Everybody is always telling me that I'm SOOO creative and stuff.. but not that much. I mean, yes, I have ideas for stories and stuff like that, but it sometimes comes to me in like months. I just remembered I had a great story to write, I got the idea about a month ago, but now I can't remember anything. It sucks.

Well, yesterday my Mississippi State dawgs lost. But I learned that #86 is my buddy Michael Carr so I'm proud of him.. and thinking that he doesn't even like football, he likes basketball better. Haha, I love him. He's my brother. :)

Yesterday, I went to see a French stand-up comedian, it was great. I needed a good laugh, and that did it for me. And, I saw my best friend, which is a plus. I still have to tell her everything that's going on.

In exactly one week, is the Freshmen Welcoming Day at my University, and I'm going to meet all the other new students. I hope I can find people I know really quickly, I don't want to be all alone. But I guess it'll be fine, I'll meet a whole bunch of new people.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

I like to use the word dude.

So yesterday, I went to Mons to take an English test, great I know. I passed, it was easy, especially after spending a whole year in America. I took the train, and about that, I feel like I've been in trains non stop this past month. Going to the beach twice (Koksijde & Ostende), shopping in Anvers, or taking a test in Mons. I feel like I own it now, haha.

So, I was waiting to take my test, those people are so unorganized, I had to wait for a while. A guy came up to me, he was apparently here to take the same test. We started chatting, I learned he spent a year in Florida, in college, with a swimming scolarship.. and let's be honnest, he was good looking. We chatted a lot more, and I told him I had to walk 20 minutes from the train station til here, and he proposed to drive me back to the station after we were done taking our tests. I said okay, maybe. Then, he said "I'm going to the beach, and I don't really know the way, but I could drive you back to Brussels if you want to.." which, by the way, is so not the way. I said "hum, I don't know.. well, no, cause I have to go somewhere else too.." I really didn't have to, but my parents teached me to be careful, even if he didn't seem dangerous.. at all! In the end, he didn't drive anywhere cause I finished my test way before he did.

I told this story to both my parents. My mom said "Good! You can never be too careful!". My dad said "You'll never find a husband like that!" Well, what can I say dad?
I don't even know his name, or where he lives. We just met. It was nice, but that's it.

Camp Rock 2

I think I can honestly say that I am in love with Camp Rock 2. I know, I know, I'm supposed to be 18 years old, but aren't Demi & the Jonas Brothers about the same age? So I'm not ashamed to say that I like Camp Rock,.. and Hannah Montana. I just love musicals so much!

About Camp Rock 2, the story is kind of easy to figure out, like most of musicals, but the songs are GREAT. And the dance numbers are amazing. My favorite songs are It's On, Wouldn't Change a Thing, This is our song, Introducing me, and Brand New Day. But I basically like them all. The ones I don't really like are the ones from Camp Star, but it's just because I never really liked that kind of music.

Every time I listen to It's On, it gives me chills, I just love it so much!

I love those movies so much, I just hope I can act in Camp Rock 3. ;) Because I love musicals, and when it's 'rock' songs, I love it!
And Demi, I'm sorry, but I love her! She can be pretty, and her voice is the best ever. Oh, and I love the way Mitchie dresses! :)

Anyways, this whole post about Camp Rock, I'm obsessed. I've been watching it all the time, and listening to all the songs.. :) Go watch that amazing movie, immediately!

So let's sing na, na na na na, hey ya. Come on and sing na, na na na na, hey ya.
This is our song that's all that matter cause we all belong right here together. There's nothing better than singing along. This is our summer. This is our song. And grab your guitar, sit by the fire, cause we all need a song when we're weary and tired. We'll sit here together and sing it out loud. This is our song that's all that matter cause we all belong right here together. There's nothing better than singing along. This is our summer and this is our song. This is our song, this is our song, this is our song. Come on and sing na, na na na na, hey ya. This is our song that's all that matters cause we all belong right here together. There's nothing better than singing along, this is our summer (Our summer). This is our song that's all that matters cause we all belong right here together. There's nothing better than singing along. This is our summer. This is our song (This is our song). This is our song (This is our song). This is our song. This is our song!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Travels, travels.

I love traveling.
Blue= where I've been
Red= where I've lived
Green= where I want to go

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Prince Charming and all his (my) problems.

I'm looking for my Prince Charming.
But which one is it?

- Prince Charming 1: we've known each other for about 4 years. And I spent 2 of those 4 years madly in love with him. First time I saw him, I knew something was going to happen, I guess that's what you call love at first sight. We never really were together, but we had a time when we were both in love with each other, and it never really worked. I loved him way more than he loved me. Then, I left and I didn't think about him at all for a year. I came back, and I think about him sometimes. I think that he is so nice, and cute, and I see myself falling in love with him again. But am I just happy to see him again, and that we'll be able to see each other as friends? Or do I want more? I think, deeply, I want him as my friend, and I really don't want to loose him. We have history, and we can't just not see each other anymore. I love him, but I'm not in love with him anymore.

- Prince Charming 2: it's been about 7 months with him. But he's in America, and I'm in Belgium. I love the fact that we still send each other messages, but I'm not sure I still want him as my boyfriend. I'd love to have him as my friend, and still tell him everything that's happening to me. It is basically all we have now, we don't have any boyfriend/girlfriend relationship at all, we just tell each other what's going on in our lives. I just don't know how to tell him that. I bet I'll lose him, and I just wish he thinks the same way I do. But I have no idea how to say it.

- Prince Charming 3: we met this weekend, three days ago. He understands me, he went a year abroad like me and he is so funny. He's 21, a photographer, and not that cute. But I think I really like him. And all this weekend, we were playing with each other, kinda flirting, being 'mean' with each other. But I also discovered so much things I have in common with him, we listen to the same kind of music, we both love to take pictures, and we live not so far from each other. And if I understood correctly, he's attending the same university as me in the fall. I just don't know how to explain, but we got 'close' but not that much this weekend. Then, we befriended on Facebook and.. I found out he has a girlfriend. And she is 16. 16! And he is 21. 21 and 18 is so much better. Anyways. Next time I should see him is in two weeks, and I can't wait. But this underaged bitch? Please, dump her.

So you see, which one is the ONE? Probably none of those three.

I cannot wait to go to college to meet plenty of new guys.

Poor, poor, Mr. Pushover.

I feel like an urgent need to write. A story, a blog, whichever. I read the beginning of a story I wrote about a year ago, and it made me want to write the rest of it, but it was such a weird story, about something special, that I could not write the end. But I liked the way I wrote it so much, that it made me want to continue.

And I'm also dying to make a 'magazine' because I love design, and I want to make my own pretty magazine, but I had just started and I made myself think that I would not be able to do it, and it'd be awful. So I stopped.

I've been watching Gossip Girl for a week, and I'm finally done with the 3rd season, I can't wait for the fourth one. And now, I'm watching the fourth season of Coeur Océan, the ONLY French serie I like to watch.

Anyways, I should get started on something, like learn the theory part to get my license. But I'm just way too lazy.

This weekend was so amazing, I can barely say why. I was with so many people that understood me and that also spent a year abroad. We were all in the same package and we all told our stories. It was so great, I loved it. And just for that, I'll be a 'volontaire AFS' because I love them so much. I wish I was with AFS, and not PIE, last year. But what's done is done. And now is a new beginning.