Summer is in 2 weeks roughly and I’m not even excited.
I’m not even excited to turn 21.
I’m dreading these next few summer months so much because it’s just full of too many possibilities and outcomes that I don’t want to face.
It scares me.
pocket change fell out in the dryer again whoops
You have no idea how excited I am this very moment. I have been searching for this animated short film for the past 2.5 years.
I first saw this film back in 2010 my freshmen year of college (while I was still majoring in animation and clueless about life) at a screening happening at the RedCat at the Walt Disney Concert Hall showcasing the best films of Ottawa International Film Festival 2009.
There were so many films I saw that night from all over the country varying from weird, to creepy, to creepy scary. However, this film left such a lasting impression on me.
Chick (Laska), is a film made in Poland by director Michal Socha depicting a humorous true-life story about male-female relations. However, what really makes this film amazing, is the ending.
Anyway, I was so stunned by this film that I searched virtually EVERYWHERE to find it and watch it again, but it was no where to be found besides a few teaser trailers. I even tried emailing them through the film’s website to figure out how I can get my hands on a copy of this, with not much luck.
Which brings me to now, after nonchalantly deciding to browse the internet for it tonight, I found it. With much success!
I hope you all enjoy this film as much as I have C:
Books I have purchased within the past 8 months and have yet to read 😐
Have you ever listened to a song over a million times,
It’s the same song, with the same lyrics, melody, everything.
But some days, you’ll be listening to it and out of no where, it’ll make you feel this rush of emotions because it dawns on you just how powerful this said song is.
Of course, you already know this song is immensely deep and powerful. You have heard it a million +1 times. But its as if you’re being reminded of this powerfulness, it just comes at you out of no where. It shortens your breath and gives you chills and all of sudden, you find yourself crying because the song is just so beautiful and simple; yet on a deeper level, it is such a contorted mess…and it just understands.
You find yourself feeling exactly what the song writer was feeling…and you just understand.
And it makes me cry every time I listen to it during this deeper mindset surge. Because it’s honestly just so lovely and sad at the same time.
Poison Oak makes me feel that way.
If I had to discuss what I truly love about being a human being, it would be this exact thing. That we as humans can feel such strong, inexplainable emotions. The fact that something so intangible and plain as a song, can make me cry, not out of sadness, but from awe at how beautiful it is. It’s scary.
What is my purpose as a human being occupying this overly populated planet.
how to college:
- drink coffee
This class is bringing down my overall quality of life.