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Things I learned tonight:

- I love Charlie. He rocks so hard in that "best friend" way.
- I graduated tomorrow today. Whoa.
- I get oh so proud of my theatre kids.
- I love the Crystals like they are my own family.
- I've lost my talent for parallel parking.


Party.

Today was alright. Graduation rehearsal was boring and got me up at 6:45 this morning. The good news is that we ended 2 hours early!

Then we were partying at Candace's. Dull, but whatever. I need to cope with my inability to find fun anymore. And the one time I was having fun (Chazz and I were playing Tony Hawk, then Melissa and Zack joined us for Super Smash Melee), I had to leave for a shitty doctor's appointment.



The appointment. Was for 2pm. I got there at 1:50. I got in her office at 2:20. I sat in the waiting area for a fucking HALF HOUR! I really don't like her. And to top it all off...because I accidentally missed my appointment last Thursday because I had it written down wrong...I had to pay for it. Plus today. So...$250 down the drain. I'm glad I asked Mama for a check, because mine would have bounced.

Then to the mall. Which basically only adds insult to injury. I was almost run off the road by a stubborn STUPID semi. And parking was horrendous. And I hate the beautiful people of the North Shore who feel that their shopping needs are SO much more important than yours! God forbid!!!


*sigh*

Back to Candace's. Boring, boring, boring, volleyball. Allie and I still owe Ben and Mikey lunch from two years ago when we lost against them. Though now it's lunch, mini-golf and a movie. We played to try to get out of it...but lost 15-1. That's right, we only scored one point. We suck.

More boring, then to a voice recital at school. We completely missed Melissa due to a miscommunication. The voice recital was actually very good. Some of my theatre kids, as well as a few of my friends were in it, so it was nice to support them.

Then we went to Lizzie's. Watched Austin Powers and ate Lou Malnati's pizza. Hung around, doing the chillin' thing. And now I'm home.


It's odd because all day today people have been talking about old teachers, and some people even went back to their elementary school this afternoon. And what do I find when I get home but a letter from my 1st grade teacher! How nuts is that?


100 Top-Selling Movies
bold = seen.

1. Titanic (1997 - $1,835,300,000)
2. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001 - $968,600,000)

3. Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999 - $922,300,000)
4. Jurassic Park (1993 - $919,700,000)
5. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002 - $905,700,000)
6. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002 - $866,300,000)
7. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001 - $860,200,000)
8. Independence Day (1996 - $811,200,000)
9. Spider-Man (2002 - $806,700,000)
10. Star Wars (1977 - $797,900,000)
11. The Lion King (1994 - $783,400,000)
12. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982 - $756,700,000)
13. Forrest Gump (1994 - $679,400,000)
14. The Sixth Sense (1999 - $661,500,000)

15. Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002 - $648,200,000)
16. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997 - $614,300,000)
17. Men in Black (1997 - $587,200,000)
18. Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983 - $572,700,000)
19. Armageddon (1998 - $554,600,000)
20. Mission: Impossible II (2000 - $545,300,000)
21. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980 - $533,800,000)
22. Home Alone (1990 - $533,700,000)
23. Monsters, Inc. (2001 - $528,900,000)
24. Ghost (1990 - $517,600,000)

25. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991 - $516,800,000)
26. Aladdin (1992 - $501,900,000)
27. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989 - $494,700,000)
28. Twister (1996 - $494,700,000)
29. Toy Story 2 (1999 - $485,700,000)

30. Saving Private Ryan (1998 - $479,300,000)
31. Jaws (1975 - $470,600,000)
32. The Matrix (1999 - $456,300,000)
33. Gladiator (2000 - $456,200,000)
34. Shrek (2001 - $455,100,000)
35. Mission: Impossible (1996 - $452,500,000)
36. Pearl Harbor (2001 - $450,400,000)
37. Ocean's Eleven (2001 - $444,200,000)
38. Pretty Woman (1990 - $438,200,000)
39. Tarzan (1999 - $435,200,000)
40. Men in Black II (2002 - $425,600,000)
41. Die Another Day (2002 - $424,700,000)
42. Dances with Wolves (1990 - $424,200,000)
43. Cast Away (2000 - $424,000,000)
44. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993 - $423,100,000)

45. The Mummy Returns (2001 - $418,700,000)
46. The Mummy (1999 - $413,300,000)
47. Batman (1989 - $413,100,000)
48. Rain Man (1988 - $412,800,000)
49. The Bodyguard (1992 - $410,900,000)
50. Signs (2002 - $407,900,000)
51. Gone with the Wind (1939 - $390,500,000)
52. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991 - $390,400,000)

53. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981 - $383,800,000)
54. Grease (1978 - $379,800,000)
55. Ice Age (2002 - $378,300,000)
56. Beauty and the Beast (1991 - $378,300,000)

57. Godzilla (1998 - $375,800,000)
58. What Women Want (2000 - $370,800,000)
59. The Fugitive (1993 - $368,700,000)
60. True Lies (1994 - $365,200,000)

61. Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995 - $365,000,000)
62. Notting Hill (1999 - $363,000,000)
63. Jurassic Park III (2001 - $362,900,000)
64. There's Something About Mary (1998 - $360,000,000)
65. Planet of the Apes (2001 - $358,900,000)
66. The Flintstones (1994 - $358,500,000)
67. Toy Story (1995 - $358,100,000)
68. A Bug's Life (1998 - $357,900,000)

69. The Exorcist (1973 - $357,500,000)
70. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002 - $356,500,000)
71. Basic Instinct (1992 - $352,700,000)
72. The World Is Not Enough (1999 - $352,000,000)
73. GoldenEye (1995 - $351,500,000)

74. Back to the Future (1985 - $350,600,000)
75. Se7en (1995 - $350,100,000)
76. Hannibal (2001 - $349,200,000)
77. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988 - $349,100,000)
78. Deep Impact (1998 - $348,600,000)
79. Dinosaur (2000 - $347,800,000)
80. Pocahontas (1995 - $347,100,000)
81. Tomorrow Never Dies (1997 - $346,600,000)
82. Top Gun (1986 - $344,700,000)
83. Minority Report (2002 - $342,000,000)

84. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000 - $340,400,000)
85. American Beauty (1999 - $336,000,000)
86. Catch Me If You Can (2002 - $335,800,000)
87. Batman Forever (1995 - $335,000,000)
88. Apollo 13 (1995 - $334,100,000)

89. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984 - $333,000,000)
90. Back to the Future Part II (1989 - $332,000,000)
91. The Rock (1996 - $330,500,000)
92. Rush Hour 2 (2001 - $329,100,000)
93. Crocodile Dundee (1986 - $328,000,000)
94. The Perfect Storm (2000 - $325,700,000)
95. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996 - $325,500,000)
96. X2 (2003 - $324,100,000)
97. Schindler's List (1993 - $321,200,000)
98. The Mask (1994 - $320,900,000)

99. Fatal Attraction (1987 - $320,100,000)
100. Lethal Weapon 3 (1992 - $319,700,000)

65...impressive.

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