Quote of the Day: 08.03.17
The book itself is very heavy and not the most fun to just kick back and read. I've considered buying the DVD every once in a while, but then I'm like, no, I can't watch this again.
If you haven't seen the movie or read the book, it's about a boy and his mom. The mom was abducted when she was like nineteen and put in this tiny shed-like room in this man's backyard. The man would come into the room and rape her. Eventually, she got pregnant and had Jack who, when the movie/book starts, is celebrating his fifth birthday. He thinks the entire world exists in that room and that nothing exists beyond the door.
Not exactly a fun time, is it? Know what is a fun time, though? Brie Larson's early 2000s red carpet fashion choices. Every once and a while, Brie will post a red carpet look from back in the day and this one is my favorite. I get that everyone wants to say the fashion choices they grew up with were the absolute worst, but I don't think anything really compares to the mess of the early 2000s.
Anyway, I am very tired. It didn't hit me until yesterday how draining moving was. I almost fell asleep standing upright as the guy installed my wifi. I also named my wifi after one of my favorite comic books as a kid. Have I ever mentioned how cool I am?
I don't have much more to add except that I'm finally almost done unpacking. I also need to find a way to decorate the walls because it's a little bland in here if I do say so myself. Also, if anyone wants to donate a rug or tapestry or flag, hit me up. My future apartment aesthetic thanks you. My current apartment aesthetic is a little too prison walls. (But honestly, some of the women in Orange is the New Black have more decorated walls than I do.)