*takes a deep breath* Aaah! Doesn't it smell new around here?? ^^;; eheh. Anyway, I was in need of serious changes and since I had trouble with my blog
and had wanted to be a part of LJ for a long time, the opportunity seemed golden. I'm HTML stupid but I'm trying to learn. Cope with me ^^;;
My week-end has been the best in a long time. First, no work! I don't know how it happened, but I wasn't scheduled at all this week-end. *dances* So Friday night I went to Sabrina's place. She was having a small party and it was surprisingly fun. Now that most of my friends have boyfriends, it's kinda depressing to watch them kiss and snog. If at least it was Jessy and a nameless boyfriend *sigh* I miss Francis already. He was such a nice guy. Ok, our musical tastes and interests were north and south but he was really sweet. Jessy, get your ass on the dancefloor and get a new boyfriend. I'm in need of real in-front-of-me live gay snogging. Or maybe I'm just fed up with him trying to have serious conversations with me when I'm feeling fine.*sigh*
Jessy: So, how's your relationship with your mom?
Fannie: *twitch* No different than this morning when you asked.
So anyway, at about 2 o'clock am most of my friends were a)drunk, b) snogging c)sleeping on the floor d) all of the above. I rang my dad and he came to pick me up. We dropped Audrée, Alexandre, Marie-Hélène and Vincent at their respective places and I finally got back home where my brand new Queer as Folk 4th season DVD pack
was waiting for me. I fell asleep on episode two and, instead of going to the marching band practice, spent all day in bed Saturday and devoured to season like a famished wolf. Sincerely! My dad seemed to find it very amusing, how I'd only come out of my room for food and apple juice. I was glued to the screen!
At around 5, Jonathan came by, we had planned earlier that week that we'd go to the movie theatre to watch Sin City. Though it went pretty hardcore with the tits and the ass (to quote Red Hot Chili Pepper 'Aeroplane' video producer), it was very well done, artistically speaking. I have to admit that some dialogues and the way some of the actors acted were not veryconvincing, but overall, it was very good and worth the 8.50$. I'm looking forward to a sequel.
Today was pretty much a lazy day too. I watched the two last episodes of QaF, moved some posters around on my bedroom walls in order to have spots of choice for my gorgeous, gorgeous, Placebo posters (*drool*), watched the first episode of the French version of the American series 'Desperate Housewives' which was quite funny and finally decided to go on the computer. I caught up on the few Sublunary
(one of the only webcomic that I can get myself to follow) panels that I had missed, decided to create this account and spent the rest of the day creating icons.
That's what I call a pretty neat week-end! Back to school tomowrrow, I'm fed up with the Romeo and Juliet dama practice, can't believe I agreed to play Friar Laurence *rolls eyes* yeah, go ahead laugh, you ahve my permission. *hangs head in shame*. But overall I'm feeling quite fine and it feels good not to be depressed =)