I had an awesome online conversation tonight with my friend Kristel from high school. I'm glad there's another person with whom I graduated that I can talk with about how much it sucked then and how we're different / one hundred times better.
I'm sure someday I'll think the same way about college. Give me five years. Until then I'm going to keep thinking about high school.
I miss Laurie so much already. asdfjkl;
Something else I miss (although not as much as Laurie, of course) is our kitchen table, which Laurie took home with her. Tonight we fixed food and sat on the floor. As if we're Chinese! (They are the ones who sit on the floor to eat, right?)
Janna, Kristin, and I saw Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire today. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't as good as the book, obviously. Not that I really remember the book because they're all the same, but I do remember liking the fourth book the best. On a related note, I feel sorry for the Harry Potter kids because after they finish filming the seventh movie they're going to be in their twenties and never get any other acting jobs. Maybe thirty years later, after alcoholism and depression has reached its pinnacle, I'll see Ron Weasley on a VH1 reality show where he announces on a radio show that he cheated on his wife.
On another related note, Danny Bonnaduce deserves to be broken. Right in the face. What kind of asshole tells his wife and a few million radio-listeners that he screwed around. I wonder how Shirley Jones feels about that.
I also had another great conversation with Christina tonight when we watched about twenty minutes of Hootenanny Hoot on Turner Classic Movies. Thank god for cable and the internet - you can watch your favorite movies with your favorite friends even when they live a few thousand miles away!