Okay, I know. It's been a while but with all the hubbub of Thanksgiving then now preparing for Christmas then all the school stuff and other things life has to bring and the fact that I haven't been sure what I want to write on here. *SIGH* It all adds up doesn't it?
Seriously though, going to Middle-earth would be awesome and I would never leave. I'd probably spend the rest of my life wandering the vast lands. 'Course I wouldn't go alone I'd have a Fellowship go with me! Of course I have to take a Hobbit and a Wizard with me. Essentials if I do say so myself. Taking an elf as well wouldn't be a bad idea either. Since they are wise and ancient beings of the land and are very good at navigating, then we'd never get lost! Yea! So it's settled then, I'll go to Middle-earth for Christmas, and I'll wander the lands with Bilbo, Gandalf and Legolas! Yes! I ideal times! If only though...seeing the third Hobbit film will suffice though. Grr.
So, did any of you see the Hobbit Battle of the Five Armies world premier live? I didn't and I haven't watched the recored version yet! BUT I WANT TO SO BAD! Also there is a 40 min press conference with a lot of the cast and of course Peter. I also wish to watch this! But. I. Can't. Urrgg. Someday Precious, someday. Was the premiere epic? I bet so. Of course it was! Pippin was there for goodness sake! And a whole lot of other peoples that are beyond awesome. I love how Sean Astin came for the Desolation of Smaug world premiere last year. Best treat! Very cool. *sigh* I wish I could have been there for real. London. Hobbit. Gonna have a heart attack!
Baymax: *Rubs his hands together* Clear.
Me: No! Its just an expression!
Oh, yes...Big Hero 6 is very good. You need to watch it! Seriously...now. Go to your nearest theatre, buy a ticket and go see it. Then buy another ticket and go see The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Are we clear?
Baymax: Would seeing this Hobbit film improve your emotional state?
Me: YES! *Beams with excitement* But The Hobbit won't be out for another week or so *hangs head in sadness*
Baymax: *comes up to me and hugs me and pats my head gently* It will be all right. There...there.
Me: Its okay Baymax patience is a good experience. But waiting a whole year kind of makes me anxious.
So yes, this has been my post. Hope you've enjoyed my ramblings once more. They're fun. Oh! I almost forgot! If you would click here: Welcome, Welcome! to take a survey so I can get to know you better. It'd make me happy...'bye then!