Saturday, May 29, 2010

My first post of Summer 2010

Have you ever come across a time where you have SOOOOO MANY pictures that needed editing and posting, you just go, "I'll do them tomorrow" but never end up doing it? Well, that is basically the story of my life.

I've always, and I do mean always, procrastinated, saying I'll do it later. But no more! Starting from today, I will put a stop to this nonsense. Now, I am not saying I will create a miracle by turning a new leaf overnight; I will take baby steps.

My first baby step is to tell you what I did today and post the pictures I took.

As you all do not know (lol!), Alyssa and Janae went home to Miami and Indiana for the summer. But Alyssa is back down in Fort Myers (where I am) for a several days because her younger brother, Dane has a baseball game.

We hung out for lunch with her uncle, Kelly and her cousin, Dillan. After that, we spent at least half an hour driving around Fort Myers lost giving her brother a tour on the way to their hotel; Spent another half an hour lost again showing him another part of town on the way to the theater to watch Prince of Persia.

#1. One of my favorite photos of the day: Alyssa and I sipping our huge cup of Coke Slushy (that bloody thing cost $6.50 USD!! wtf) in the girls bathroom. Yum~

Side Note: Prince of Persia was AWESOME!! I enjoyed it immensely. Despite the low ratings and what critics said, it was a funny-thrilling-keeps-you-at-the-edge-of-your-seat kinda movie. Worth every penny of my $10.50 dollar ticket. But! This might be because I wasn't expecting much from the movie because of the critics and low ratings. So, don't rate the movie solely based on what I say. GO WATCH IT!!

#2. I don't want to give anything away, so I will stop at saying, "Dastan (Jake Gyllenhaal) and Tamina (Gemma Arterton) are perfect together!" Okay. Shutting up now.

We then move on to our midnight snack: Dunkin' Donuts.

#3. Alyssa, Dane (the one in black behind Alyssa), Dillan (the one in white), Kelly (the on in black behind me), donut guy, and I at the drive-through window.

I like to think that we are very special people (nothing mentally or physically disabled or anything). Instead of driving-through, we decided to walk-through. Thus, snapping a photo as a remembrance of our unique experiences.

It was definitely the best way to spend the night.


So, there. My first baby step.

I will try to do this every time I have something to say or a picture to post, instead of giving excuses like "I'll wait till I post the older pictures before I post this one." This way, I will only have to deal with a certain number of older pictures instead of the ever growing amount I accumulate every day. *feels very proud of myself*

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