A super-quick page this week, with five of the pockets devoted to cinema-related activity. So here's the usual overview of the whole page:
One huge highlight from last week (in fact, from her whole life, if you listen to Chloe) was Adam Irigoyen replying to one of her tweets. This event called for unparalleled levels of excitement, marked by those high pitched squeals only teenagers can produce. To document the event, I took a screenshot of Adam's Twitter page with the RT comment from Chloe showing. I also put together a simple little journal card to tell the story. NB Since I made this page Chloe has now also had a reply and other RTs from Adam, but she'll be documenting them in her own PL album.
After years of being terrified by the prospect of scary movies following an accidental viewing of The Grudge, Chloe really really wanted to go see Cabin in the Woods. As Joss Whedon had been involved in the film, I was keen to go too. I love almost everything JW does - I was the hugest Buffy and Angel fan. I also knew this meant it wouldn't be typical slasher horror. And it really wasn't. It was a little odd. But still an enjoyable movie. Chloe said it WAS scary, and throughout most of the movie, she gripped onto my arm with what shall hereafter be referred to as the CabinInTheWoods Clutch* hold (*patent pending). The movie also inspired us to do a mini photo shoot parodying all the typical horror movie characters. I particularly like her helpless girlie victim scream, so I did some PSE tinkering to blur it a little. I like how it turned out. So the whole middle row is our Cabin in the Woods story (along with the tickets in the row above).
The first documents my daily routine for the moment:
followed by a shot of one of my current favourite treats (I found this amazing version which is gelatin-free, and is beautifully delicately flavoured):
then my go-to hairstyle for most weekdays, and lastly a quote that sums up how I feel about my life now:
I hope you're still enjoying this PL journey as much as I am. Not only am I loving the creative outlet that the process is allowing, but just as important, I love how this reminds me of the small joys every day, things that I may otherwise overlook or take for granted. Especially just now, when the search for a new job could get me down, this project is keeping me focussed on the right side of happy. Gotta love that! Have to say though, I am a little disappointed at how uploading the photos to blogger really seems to lessen their quality - they look great on my pc and on any other sites I share them on, but the process of uploading really seems to lessen their res, and they lose their sharpness and colour. It's maybe time to think about moving.
I'm off now to look at the blogs of some of my favourite PLers now. I love Project Life Tuesday :)