Thursday, March 21, 2013

Movie Prices

So, today I decided I wanted a new movie on my iPad. Sometimes I put on a movie, usually from Netflix, to fall asleep to. It helps me stay asleep. But Netflix doesn't have any Disney movies, so I thought about getting Tangled from iTunes. When I opened iTunes, I saw that The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was available for purchase! I was so excited, but I knew it would be pricey. I checked it out anyway, and yeah, it was kinda pricey for a movie. So I looked for Tangled, and this is where I was kinda surprised. If you were searching iTunes for The Hobbit or Tangled, which one would you expect to be more expensive? The Hobbit, right? I mean, it's the Hobbit. But Tangled was the exact same price, which I found odd. Maybe that's just me.

On a side note, there's this stupid icon in the bottom right corner of my window called Topictorch. The instructions to uninstall it tell me to uninstall Yontoo, but there is no Yontoo in my installed programs. Anybody know how to get rid of Topictorch? If so, please leave a comment.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Spring Break

So, this has probably been the best spring break I can remember. I get to spend it with my cousins Emily, Jenny, and Nathan in Atlanta, Georgia, and today was probably the best day. In the morning, Emily and I went to get facials. On the way back, we stopped at Chick-fil-A for lunch. I love Chick-fil-A, and there aren't any in Washington. The one nearest to college is in Racine, which is about seven miles away - kind of hard to get to without a car.

When we got back, we played Candyland with Nathan for a while. He won most times. Then, during dinner, we watched Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. The last time I saw that, I didn't fully appreciate the creepiness and scary stuff. The first time I heard that snake's voice tonight, I got chills up my back. That's not to go into Tom's diary and Aragog.

I don't think I'll be looking into Steven King's stuff anytime soon.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Best Friend

My friend Selah, who helped me sell books a few times in high school, came to visit from MLC today. She hasn't read one of the books I own yet, so I let her borrow that while I go reread the older books in that series. I can look over at her now and see her cracking up at some of the funny stuff in the book.