Alright for the few of you who actually care about my daily comings and goings here is the ever exciting day 4.
So today was kind of my chill with the fam/watch tv/think day. Cause i did a whole lot of each. But i did however go see Hancock with a bunch of friends and played a little tennis and tossed around the disc. Hancock was great! Language was an issue but i really enjoyed the story, and i'm a sucker for anything superhero related. Over all i definitely recommend the show. Although i am really sick of the same previews over and over again, especially since i've seen so many movies lately all the previews are the same and i can pretty well quote them all word for word. But after they played a couple of the old previews there were a few new ones. Like Step Brothers with Will Ferrell and John C Reilly. This movie looks hilarious, same stupid stuff Will Ferrell always does but i still love it every time. To bad it's rated R. But i figure by the time i get home it will be playing on TV every other night and i can watch it then. Also the new James Bond film Quantum of Solace. This looks Flipping amazing! I loved Casino Royale and this looks right up there with it. Definitely on the top of my list of movies to see when i get home. But enough about that stuff.
Coleton and I went and hit around a tennis ball and tossed around the disc. Thanks Coleton it is times like that, that i really love! And it was a blast.
So that was pretty much the extent of my day, but i do have a few thoughts for you. This one is for everyone, but especially for those younger readers. Are you ready cause this one is huge. drum roll please......... LIVE LIFE TO IT'S FULLEST!!! I was talking to Coleton about how i wish i could go back and relive those awesome times in High School and last summer with all my friends. I wish i could go back and fix my regrets, the few that i have. One was not going to Disneyland with the guys, and not going on senior trip. These two were kind of out of my hands, one my parents said no. Granted it was really last minute. And the other i was in summer school. And my last regret was not getting to know everyone as well. Sure i knew them and was friends but i really didn't get to know them till much later. Really those were my only major regrets that i had. Also here is some advice, go out and do stuff. If your working or going to school all the time, sure you'll have money and maybe be a little ahead of the curve. But your going to hate yourself later for it. And if you do work a lot and make some money, go out and do stuff. Spend it and make some killer memories. i think i learned that a bit to late.
I know it sounds like i'm going to die sorry, but i know that things won't ever be the same. And i wish i could go back and relive all the awesome stuff i did, and do even cooler stuff. So if your younger then I don't do what i did, have as much fun as you can. If you work all the time your gonna hate looking back and remembering how you hated that you worked all the time and didn't go out and have fun making memories with family and friends. The song that says this all to me is of course by John Mayer, and it's one of my favorites. Stop This Train. Hope you enjoy it. Really listen to the lyrics. And you'll get it. Keep it real world, catcha on the flip flop.