My birthday was awesome!
I received so many sweet Facebook posts, messages, texts, and phone calls.
I talked with my family and even got to FaceTime with one of my best friends.
The weekend as a whole was a whirlwind of fun from start to finish.
Here are the highlights:
- Thrift store shopping
- Barnes and Noble
- Finding Dory
- 2 get togethers
- In PJs till lunchtime
I basically partied like a rockstar all weekend.
And while I’m thankful for good work, getting back into my routine will be hard tomorrow.
Now, it’s time for this 26 year old to go to bed!
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Finding Dory was awesome!
This is one of the few times when I think the sequel is better than the original.
The journey of Dory, Nemo, Marlin, and the gang was quite epic.
I knew it would have a happy ending, but Finding Dory really stuck the ending–I didn’t see it happening that way!
Plus, it tied in really nicely with Finding Nemo. I loved how Pixar weaved the two stories together.
Here’s some of the lessons I learned from Finding Dory:
- Family is #1
- Life lessons are truly unforgettable and will always guide you to make the right decisions
- Always be yourself
- Don’t say things you don’t mean
- Just keep swimming (couldn’t resist!)
Go watch the movie. It’s super cute.
Finding Dory is coming to theaters this Friday!
Finding Nemo is one of my favorite Pixar films, so it’ll be cool to see all the characters from the first movie.
Fun movie fact: It’s been 13 years since Finding Nemo came out.
I remember a day in high school when we watched Finding Nemo in our Spanish class.
And then we watched it in 2 other classes that week…
What were they teaching us in school?
How to be a movie junkie?
I guess it worked because this girl can’t wait to see Finding Dory!
Dory is my favorite character because she’s:
- Voiced by Ellen
- A good friend
Not to mention that “Just keep swimming” is a great life motto.
I found Dory today!
She’s living at a local fish store in Tulsa.
The name of the store is Advanced Aquatics and they specialize in saltwater aquariums.
What fascinated me the most was the various kinds of coral that are available.
Seeing the thriving habitats makes me want to get a saltwater tank just to grow coral and create a mini reef!
Once my school reading is over, I’ll need to head over to the library to do a little research…
Been a while since I’ve read about coral reefs.