Yesterday I went to a café near the centre of Bucharest where I enjoyed a dadaist play. I loved it. Maybe the fact that I won the tickets after participating in a contest made me think it wouldn't be one of the best plays I've seen. But I couldn't be more wrong. It was wonderful. If you're from Bucharest,you should go see it. It's called CENESTEZICA.
Today I woke up eager to start my day. I don't know why,but I'm in a really good mood. I listened to this a bit too much and tried to clean my room. Instead, I searched for my Sex and the City inspired T-shirt and took photos.
I've only got about 10 days left of my summer holiday and I can already hear the bells of the upcoming year ringing. So I'm trying to enjoy my last days before I start my final year as a highschool student.
Today, I spent my day at the library, searching for books that deserve to fill my empty moments ( that usually means before going to bed ). I finally found "The diary of a young girl'' by Anne Frank and I can't wait to get my hands on it ( my sister is reading it at the moment ).
After leaving the library, I met with tib and and we went for a drink but not before a quick photo session in the park. I always feel I don't have enough photos!
I chose to wear a slinky as a bracelet because I love colours.
I don't know what tomorrow holds, I just hope it will be
as fun as today.
This Sunday I plan on procrastinating just a little bit. I'm starting my morning by brushing up the Anatomy I know so far and after, I'll wait anxiously for the evening. Cris and I planned a movie night with L. when we found out she hasn't seen 'Love me if you dare'. We love that movie and we want to share it with L. and her mom.
I don't like when I realize that even though I blame the ones who have preconceived ideas about something or someone, I do the same thing.
I've never liked Lady Gaga because it seemed to me that she always wanted to shock everyone around her. And I've never liked her music either. But I loved the concert she gave last night in Bucharest.
She has a gorgeous voice and she sure knows how to entertain a crowd. She didn't try to be someone she is not and it was great. I won't be the biggest Lady Gaga fan now, I don't even think I'll listen to her songs unless I hear them on the radio or in a club, but at least I understood how much media can change everyone's opinions and from now on I'll try to appreciate an artist for what he can do on stage.
Tonight I'll change the scenery a bit: I'm going to a rock concert and I can't wait.
Yesterday has gone by really fast. I had a great day, one that I needed a lot.
First, I went in the park with L, her mom and Cris and I got to see how out of shape we all were. After an hour of walking around, none of us could move a muscle. So we got in the car and did what any tired girl would do: went to the movies!
We finally saw the latest Batman movie and I loved it! My favourite character was Catwoman. Anne Hathaway was gorgeous and the role suited her.
After 3 hours of watching the movie and eating nachos compulsively, I went home and prepared for my evening run ( see,I still did something good for my health! ).
she is amazing, isn't she?
All in all, I had an awesome day that got my hopes up again. Today, I'll be attending Lady Gaga's concert and even though I really,really don't like her, I'm curious to see what kind of show she has prepared. I just hope she won't wear her meaty dress!
I've always loved running. I love the rush it gives you, the feeling you have after you're done and, of course, the results.
So 2 days ago I've started running again for half an hour, every evening. I was a little bit surprised when I saw how many girls go running in my neighbourhood and how much they can run, but that only motivates me more.
I love the fact that L. comes running with me every evening because I know that she will keep me focused and even push me a little bit.
Yesterday I saw a documentary about Audrey Hepburn and I was a little bit ashamed that I hadn't known before what a beautiful person she was. So now I'm going through a Hepburn phase. It's normal, isn't it?
I loved 'Roman Holiday'. It had everything I expect from a movie: humor, great actors, smart lines. It was just amazing.
my favourite quote: "The best thing I know is to do exactly what you wish for a while."
my rating: 9/10
Woody Allen is one of my favourite actors/writers. And the fact that Diane Keaton also acts made 'Manhattan' one of my must-sees.
As I expected it, the movie didn't let me down. Allen was as brilliant as ever and the whole thing made me feel the air of the city.
my favourite quotes: "This is so antiseptic. It's empty. Why do you think this is funny? You're going by audience reaction? This is an audience that's raised on television, their standards have been systematically lowered over the years. These guys sit in front of their sets and the gamma rays eat the white cells of their brains out!"
"They probably sit around on the floor with wine and cheese, and mispronounce allegorical and didacticism."
"My analyst warned me, but you were so beautiful I got another analyst."
my rating: 9/10
3. The apartment
'The apartment' was on many of my movie lists. So last week I decided it was time to watch it.
I really liked it. It made me laugh and then feel sorry for the main character. It also made me realize movies nowadays are too superficial. I know, you may say that's a big cliché, but it's true. Maybe that's why 'The Artist' got all the big Oscars this year: people need to return to a time of sensitivity, they need to be able to have less and feel more.
my favourite quotes: "When you're in love with a married man, you shouldn't wear mascara."
"Ya know, I used to live like Robinson Crusoe; I mean, shipwrecked among 8 million people. And then one day I saw a footprint in the sand, and there you were."
my rating: 8/10
As a bonus: I love this photo of Audrey too much to keep it away from you.