Sunday, December 19, 2010

Final Grades are posted....and I'm pissed.

How is it that you can work all semester and still make a B. I know I didn't deserve a B. I never missed a class, turned in all my work and participated in all class discussion. But still my effort was B-worthy. There was one person in my class who missed at least 3 times, and I'm sure that person made an A because that person was the class favorite.

It is unacceptable. I did better than a B. My professor was a total fool. He is old and just plain mean. I will never speak to him or take another class with him ever. I AM BETTER THAN A B. School is what I do. Now that the rant is over....Have a Merry Christmas. Until next time...

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Christmas is here....almost

With Christmas approaching rapidly, it is time to name the Top 5 Christmas movies for 2010. Those of you who know me know my Top 3 Christmas movies never change ... So it should be of no surprise to you. So here we go.

1. A Christmas Story

Hands down the best Christmas movie of all time. Nothing can top it. There is nothing better than watching Ralphie and Randy on Christmas morning. It is on in my house every Christmas. Thank you TBS for playing it 24 hours.

2. Christmas Vacation

Clark W. Griswold to the rescue. I think most people can relate to this movie because we all have crazy relatives. And somehow everyone has the crazy aunt who can't understand where she is. "Is this the airport Clark?" ... "No, Aunt Bethany." Classic Christmas. Love it.

3. Home Alone

The ORIGINAL Home Alone is unbeatable. All the other versions can't compare. Kevin is the best of the best in the film. Really great every time.

4. Elf

"Buddy the Elf, what's your favorite color?" "Santa, I know him. I know him." Buddy the Elf has stolen my heart. And even though it is relatively new to the Christmas genre, it is a quick classic and must-watch every year.

5. How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Who can resist Cindy Lou Who and the mean old Grinch with the heart that was three sizes too small. This movie is a testament to how Christmas can change lives. Love Christmas. Love everyone. It's perfect. I love it.

Go out and rent these movies or add them to your Netflix list. But these movies need to be in your life ASAP. Enjoy. Until next time...

Friday, December 3, 2010

Fa la la la LA la la la la

Four more classes and then I am free of school. It will be the best day. Today we are listening to Christmas Carols at work and talking about Christmas movies we love. I have to say it makes for a great day.

Next weekend I am going home to make Christmas ornaments with my friend and her 6-year-old sister. I am so exicted. It will be the most fun. And hopefully by then school will calm down enough so I don't feel guilty about having fun.

So many things to look forward to this time of year. But most importantly, school will not be ruining anyone's life this Holiday. :)Until next time...