I just got back from seeing Les Miserables . It was so incredibly amazing. omg. If you ever get a chance to see it, take it ! It's so well written, the music is amazing and the actors were some of the most talented, moving, passionate people I have ever watched. Their voices actually blew me away .... well, not literally or I would end up at the end of the theatre, but they did move me to tears. It's such an emotional story too. Ackkkk I could talk about it all day, but I'll save you the trouble of reading all about it. My amazement with Les Mis might be due to the fact that I haven't yet read the book so I had nothing to be disappointed with. It was good. Really good.
On a slightly more depressing note, though November Break as finally arrived [let's hear that hurrah ... hurrah!], I have a ton of work that must be completed and I am getting rather anxious about that. There's just so much that has to be done in so little time [1 week isn't nearly enough ... especially considering I probably won't be working until the last Sunday of the break]. Oh deary. I've realized that November Break is no longer a break and it's just going to get worse and worse... blah.
On a lighter note, Erene and my Othelle presentation was uber fun-ness and I got to grope her legs :o ... ooohhh hydrofluoric acid.
Rememberance Day Assembly was not bad this year. I really really enjoyed the speaker. He was not only enlightening, but entertaining as well. I must say, I got kind of sad thinking about how money-hungry our society as become and how much everything has been inflated ... thinking back to more "traditional / simpler" times does that to me. I also enjoyed watching the drama presentations. They really weren't all that bad (contrary to what many of the drama people have been lamenting over), especially towards the middle-end it was strong :) .
Well well, I'll leave you with that. Have a good Novemeber Break. Yes, we will see each other. Who's going away ?
[HI :o ohhh the periodic table].