Friday, December 31, 2010

Don't Stop the Pop 2010

So, I was kind of obssessed with last year's Blame it on the Pop 2009 Remix of last year's Billboard's Top 25 songs made by DJ Earworm. Honestly, I'm not a huge fan of DJs but I gotta say he's got some serious skill.
This is the 2010 Remix.
Just to get you excited, Justin Bieber is not on this list, which honestly surprised me.
I feel sorry for her.

Personally, I like last year's version because there was more variety in the artists and genres. I can tell that in this year's remix, they didnt do a great job of distributing the songs equally. But whatever
I still give the guy props :)

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

I hope there's snow...

It's 10:34 pm and tomorrow, I'm going to Jordan with my family.We've all been pretty excited about it. I mean... we rarely travel during winter breaks and usually travel in the summer.
But not this year.
I'm REALLY looking forward to it because honestly, these past few weeks have been the worst and I'm hoping that with Jordan on my schedule, it can turn things around.
As I'm writing, I hear my younger sister coughing her guts out and I feel pretty bad. Since Winter break has started, which is five days ago, she's been in bed sick. That's the worst timing any bacteria can attack. I mean, right before we travel? Like... RIGHT BEFORE!?

Anyways, I have tons of plans to do there. Wadi Rum, Petra, Dead Sea... are just a couple I hope to see.*
I REALLY hope it snows in Jordan. I mean, I haven't seen real snow for almost 10 years. And I need mah snow yo! (?)
No. Ski Dubai does NOT count

I'm not sure I'll execute, but I'll try to be doing some video blogs while in Jordan because honestly, I think then is the only excitement I'll ever have in a long time. So, better to have it on tape.
I'm also going to take tons of pictures. The most important reason for that is because I have a project for photography class and I'm hoping Jordan might help me :)

Honestly, I just want some snow...

*That sentence rhymed without even trying...

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

In The Spirit of Aslan

So, The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader (aka Narnia 3) had its world premiere in London yesterday.
I am absolutely in love with Narnia. It's magical, adventurous, and everything that's good in life.
If Narnia was put into Algebraic terms, it would look like this:
Harry Potter < Narnia
Twilight isn't even in this equation.
The reason why I'm really excited is because it officially came out in the UK, it's coming out here in the Middle East soon. I don't know when. But soon. Hopefully.

So in the spirit of Aslan and Narnia, here's a song and footage of The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.
PLUS, I love Regina Spektor

I've always thought....

... of maybe doing video posts or something. I don't know. Maybe to bring some voice into this blog, literally.
So, my life is not the most interesting thing to be following. It's typically like some other teenage student out there, drowning in schoolwork. I don't want to be ranting in my videos.
That's not fun.
I don't know what I'll be doing. But I think I've got an interesting enough school-life to be talking about. Surrounded by weird teachers and bizarre friends, I'm sure that that will bring up some topics.
THE REASON why I brought this whole "vlogging" thing (vlogging? sounds gross) up in the first place is because I'm hoping to be travelling to Jordan soon for the winter break, and I know I'll be shooting some video footage there. But before I take you to Jordan with ma family yo (?), I won't have a hobby.
I mean a legitimate hobby.
So if you any of you are video blogging (I hate the word vlogging. ew) or are planning to, let me know. I love following people's vidblogs. FO REALLZ (?). And I'd love to hear some tips or anything like that.

PS. I won't be posting these videos on YouTube. There probably going to be here on this blog :)