NSFW: I love this photo. RT @babestoday: Wow, you guys really liked that shot of @undeux from http://t.co/x5EwDpYjRm — here’s another
Hey @michelledeidre, I’m finally using the mug I got from Boston! Cuz I have too many mugs and it took me this long to get to it. Cuz I collect mugs. And I have far too many of them. I buy one from every new place that I visit. So far I have mugs from Phoenix, Seattle, Boston, NYC, LA, London & Paris. And just too many Doctor Who mugs. 😁☕️ #selfiestories #toomanymugs
There’s this remarkably vivid memory that I have as a kid, maybe about 4th grade, of sitting in the middle seat of our family’s pick up truck on the way home from the lake one weekend. It was right about the time when Star Wars: Episode One was coming out (or had already been released, I don’t remember) and I was obsessed with everything Star Wars. My family had a fair rule that we each got to listen to one CD each during the journey. I, of course, was listening to the original trilogy’s score non. fucking. stop. and thus was my choice for the ride home. I was reading this magazine, it was one of those special edition, one off, promotional magazines from the grocery store that was all about Star Wars. And I remember reading an article about Lucas’ plans for episodes 2 & 3 and then 7-9. I read that 7 wouldn’t even begin filming until 2015 and I remember being so incapable of wrapping my head around how ridiculously far into the future that would be and I remember looking up and staring at the desert all around me pretending I was on Tatooine, thinking very hard about what my life would be like that far into the future. All to the beautiful music that is the Star Wars score.
A few minutes ago I saw on Reddit that John Williams is set to start orchestrating the score for episode 7 in two weeks. Honestly, my excitement for this movie has been almost non-existent until I read that, and that memory came rushing back as vivid as if it were yesterday. It’s here; it’s almost 2015. And I am officially excited. I will absolutely pay a stranger $50 for one single midnight showing ticket, just like I did for episode one. Except for this time, I’ll actually go because I am an adult goddammit and my parents can’t stop me.
Look at me now, I’m in a music video! Check out the latest from @partygardens! http://youtu.be/KoYBLOIyrHE