I have changed my mind a little on the characters of Hanna and Spencer. But rather the people who play them. Hanna is turning out to be more promising than I first though. Maybe I didn't like her just because I didn't like her character. After all, she's not a very nice girl. And how I said Spencer looked too old? It's because she's so freakin' tall! In that one shot with her and Aria at the restaurant, she was towering over Lucy Hale. Jealous of her height.
Anyways Ian Harding was amazing as usual. Enough said. :D
I can't believe how much they have revealed so far, though. I have read the books before, and they've almost covered an entire book's worth! What will they have to build on? Filming a TV show goes by much faster than writing a book. Also because they jam-pack SO much stuff into one episode, you can't even miss a little between commercial breaks! I love it. This and Degrassi: The Boiling Point will definitely last me until Glee starts up again.
Well....I think that's everything. And here's for some uninteresting stuff (I won't mind if you scroll down).
Today we learned CPR. And the first time you go down on that dummy, giving him the breath of life or whatever, you're like, "OK....you're plastic. Hi." Weird. But I kind of got used to it. But I was getting paranoid that someone would keel over in the middle of the class. Oh well. We had 43 CPR-certified people in the room so it shouldn't have been a problem to get them back. And....yeah. I miss my friends/social life. Summer school, you're killing me but I only have half of you left to go. It's the half-way mark tomorrow! Wow that was fast, wasn't it? :)
OK, I'm gonna talk about God now sort of so don't flip out. Wow, sorry, I'm immature.
Anyways, I LOVE LOVE LOVE the band Flyleaf. Amazing band, especially the singer and whoever writes most of the songs! So go listen to them. Yes, they're a Christian band, but anyone can definitely relate to what they write about. And I was listening to Memento Mori (their latest album) and came across the song "Tiny Heart". It's an amazing song, but the part I loved the most was the bridge. Here's the lyrics:
"You will never know
What you have done to me.
And you will never know losing love from me
And you will never know a single day alone."
I think it's so cool. But let me tell you a little about the song before I go into that certain section. So basically this whole song is about God talking to his child (not to shove Christian lingo down your throat, but basically a follower of Christianity) and He is grieving because his child is being disobedient and doing things that He knows is not good for him/her. He just wants His child to return to Him and to love Him and recognize how much He loves him/her. Like here's the chorus: "Your lips touch every hand but mine. If you choose me, I'm waiting for you." And this bridge especially shows the unfailing love of God. Like it totally doesn't make any sense at all in our brains, but God doesn't make sense, does He? He defies all normal human behaviors, because even though He gave up so much for us, He loves us even more than we could ever love Him in return. Amazing. And this doesn't even just have to work for God. Have you ever loved someone so much that you'd hurt yourself for them, and even if they didn't recognize it you still love them unconditionally anyways? Probably not. But I think this is how a parent loves his/her child(ren). I know a lot of us don't like our parents and that they don't understand or that they don't listen and maybe they don't but I don't know one parent that genuinely doesn't care for his/her child. It would boggle my mind to find someone like that. But the bad thing is our parents aren't always perfect and sometimes they mess up, I mean they're human, too. But the awesome thing is that GOD NEVER MESSES UP.
Anyways, I guess that's like my deep observation for today. It really does astound me, just by the fact that it totally doesn't make sense in any way whatsoever but He's God and He doesn't have to make sense.
OK, well it's the second Tuesday that PLL has showed, and my mind has changed on certain things.