It was one A&E had done and my mom claims to have seen it on TV once before. Regardless, she had ordered the DVD and we wasted no time watching it. I've known a lot of the information it had to offer, but an hour of pictures and interviews of him is not something I'd pass up on. Unless, there was a James McAvoy biography on at the exact same time. Eh, if it's on TV, I could just Tivo or record it. And you see, that's been hard to get used to for me. Our family was slower than most my friends' to progress that far technologically, I guess you could say. Pausing live TV is still bizarre. Anyway, the point being I've had a good night.
Well, a good day for that matter. Especially when I went to the Verizon store and after two years and a half, got a new phone. Goodbye, Motorola Krzr, I loved you so much until you stopped working well and I had to charge you every ten seconds. Here's what I walked away with today:
an EnV Touch.
Okay, okay, that's not the REAL EnV Touch. This is.
The other one is its cardboard impostor. I wish I could've put on the protective screen better. Oh well.
Oh, and I went and got the mail [more than a thirty second walk, there's a neighborhood, collective-type box. Like at actual post offices.] only to discover...
Gerry Butler on the cover of this magazine addressed to my brother that I couldn't care less about, except now, when its main story is about the Scottish actor.
Yes, I might just read this article again before I go to bed. Speaking of which, I finished one of the six books I checked out from the library. This one was titled Shift by Jennifer Bradbury and I have a small summary and review.
Summary: Told in quasi-flashback, Chris is being investigated for the dissappearance of best friend, Win, who was with him on a cross-country bike ride. But what he discovers is life-changing; he has experienced a unique friendship and finally will learn the truth and "what he's going to do." Review: Funny. Quite a bit of chuckle-worthy quotes. Well-written. Good mystery/compelling aspect; excellent use of fore-shadowing to help clue the reader along. Not too long, so a quick read. Three out of five stars.