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Yay Google

I would’ve posted this last night, but my Internet was a jerk.

So I typed this in my Word program. Woot for backup plans.


I went to Soul Surfer last night with my parents.




If you haven’t seen it yet, you should.

If it’s not playing near you, then… I’m sorry? =\

But if it is near you, GO SEE IT.

It is so inspirational.

It makes you wonder: what if it was me?

Would I be calm, first of all, in the moments following such a traumatic event?

Would I be able to come back the way Bethany did?

Would I keep believing that there is going to be something good to come of the tragedy?

Would I hold on to God, or turn away from Him?

Would I close myself off from the rest of the world and wallow in self-pity? Or would I get back on the board and try until I could do it again?

Would I be able to say “I don’t need easy; I just need possible”?

I think that ton—er, last night—was a perfect time to go see this movie.

With everything that’s been happening around here lately, I needed a reminder that God does have a plan, and that there can be beauty from pain.

Even in the midst of tragedy, He is there.

He’s holding us in His righteous right hand, keeping us steady and courageous.


And now I’m watching The Chronicles of Narnia: the Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Honestly, I prefer the book. =\

This Eustace has a weird voice. Although, he is pretty funny…

And I do kinda like Drinian… 🙂

I know that you can’t fit EVERYthing from a book into a two-hour movie, but still. =\

I DO like the addition of Gael. I saw an extra girl in the photos and stuff, and I wasn’t sure I’d like the addition. But now that I’m watching it, I do kinda like that they added another girl. She’s a cutie. 😀

I like the book better, but the movie is still pretty good so far.

Um. That’s all.