01 August 2008 @ 06:13 am
hi, i'm old.  
Oh, you guys. Thank you a million times for making My Day Of Being Old Like Ted totally not suck. ♥ I still have the warm fuzzies (and laughing hysterically) cos of y'all. I think I answered everyone, but if I missed a message, please point me the way so I can personally thank you and add ya to my b-day memories folder. /dork

Had a fabulous day! STARTING OFF WITH THE ENTIRE EARTH QUAKING FOR ME. O.o I get older and the Earth belly laughs aldfja. Awesome part? July 29th is forever on the record books for something other than activity involving my mom's vajayjay. Score!

There was BBQ and cuppycakes, two of my favorite food groups. Son of score! Followed by a late showing of Dark Knight, followed by, well, ANOTHER, later showing of Dark Knight, wooooot! Cos I am just that cool. We actually had tried to see it pre-opening day, but all FIVE midnight showings were sold out. Which is probably for the better. I had already been teary in the car the first time 'round. Seriously, I wasn't sure how I was going to sit through this movie and enjoy it. Cos, man, Heath. It was Heath.

I know I haven't talked much about him here, but he's one of my favorite people. And then talking about him right after he died was too hard. So, hmm, now there's this weird Heath-shaped hole in my journal. But, yeah. Add in some bittersweet b-day weirdness, and, ugh.

Anyway, I needn't have worried, heh. There were some :((( moments when I'd get hit in the chest by some ironic dialogue or scene, but for the most part, I was mesmerized and/or thinking in ALLCAPS, *OMG THIS MOVIE KICKS AWESOMESAUCE ASS OMGWTF THE JOKER IS FREAKING ME OUT AND MAKING ME LAAAAUGH AND I WANT TO ICON THIS ASAP ETC.* And lots of dirty thoughts about Maggie Gyllenhaal. Daaamn, that family is purdy. I want to see it agaaaain.

Life good. ♥