Bethany is reading my first manuscript right now, and so far she likes it. She's only on Chapter 6. Already she has given awesome feedback and insight on the writing and characters. I kind of modeled one of the characters after her a little bit, so I'm excited to see what she thinks of the character. :)
I just watched the DC Legends of Tomorrow trailer. And may I say, IT LOOKS AWESOME!!! I am so excited for it to start though I wish it was airing sooner. I mean, they're bringing in Hawkgirl and even Arthur Duvall is going to be in it!! I can't wait to see how it turns out. :)
So my sister and I have been re-watching H2O: Just Add Water. She and I one day just looked at each other and thought, "You know what we haven't seen in ages?!" Now we're 3/4ths of the way through Season 3. This is such a fun, awesome show. When Bethany and I started re-watching it, my mother was convinced that it was a ridiculous, little girl show that wasn't worth our time. But now, after we've been watching it a lot, and she's seen a bit more of it, she's been asking questions and watching most of each episode. I think that's hilarious.
When Bethany and I watched the show for the first time (when I was around ten), I wanted to be like this one character (Rikki). Rikki was headstrong, short tempered, and unfailingly blunt, but as I'm re-watching this show with a better grasp on what I want to be and what makes good character, I'm realizing just how much I no longer want to be like that. She's more bratty now, and I realize that her quick temper is actually extremely stupid. I mean, most of the problems could be solved with better communication, understanding, and a bit of grace. But even through all that, it's a fun show.
A friend is having her graduation party as a Phantom of the Opera masquerade. I, for one, am