My sleep is seriously suffering. Bedtime is getting later and later which means wake up time is as well. The good news is that once I get to sleep, I usually stay that way-but it's still no good. My goal for today was to look at the job boards, apply to whatever was there and then get outside before it started snowing. Luckily, I managed to do that.
My initial thinking was that I was going to explore Chinatown, as I have not officially done that since moving here. Once I got there though, I decided that I was not in the mood and I didn't remember the book I have that tells me where I should go to eat. I could have winged it, but I just wasn't into wasting money on a chance. So I walked around a bit then wandered to Downtown Crossing where I was lured into Bath and Body Works. They were having their annual crazy sale, so I decided to walk in just for fun and also to get out of the cold. I ended up getting a $5 bottle of stress relieving body wash-it smells fantastic and is functional. That's how I justified it.
I didn't want to venture home just yet-I couldn't imagine sitting around all day. So I decided to do something I don't do very often anymore-go to the movies. What did I see, you ask?
Slumdog Millionaire. And I highly, highly recommend it. It was the best movie I've seen in a long, long time. I loved it.
If you are not familiar with the story, it's about a young Indian boy. We see him and his brother grow up in stages, all via flashbacks because he's telling his life story to police. You see, he found himself on the tv show "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" and is accused of cheating.
I know this doesn't sound very gripping. But trust me, pretty much right away you are sucked into the life of this little boy, Jamal, and you will be eager to see where he ends up.
Ultimately, this movie is about destiny. And love.
Seriously-go see it. It's playing in the theater up the street from me, and I might actually go see it again. It was that good.
I hope you all had a great Saturday, and that you have a great rest of the weekend.