We got the movie Prince of Egypt from the library. I haven’t seen it in ages, but used to watch it all the time when I was little. It. Is. So. Amazing. The music is incredible, the animation is gorgeous. And I am remembering every bit of it. Now I want to get the soundtrack. (Also, pharaoh’s voice is played by Captain Picard from Star Trek.Hehe.) If you haven’t ever watched it, I think you should.

I believe it was Thursday night. It was after dance (three dance classes, which make this a little more insane) and it was 10:17.
Me,” So, Mom, would it be comepletly ludicrous if I started redecorating my bedroom again, like, right now?”
Mom, “Yes.”
Me. “Hm.”
Mom. “Do what ever you want.”
So I did. I even moved some furniture.
The fact it, my bedroom is like an “unending collage” as my friend Maggie put it. It seems to be good for about two weeks. Then I decide I don’t like it again. I still need to fix the area over and around my bed, and I also need to find another branch to hang from the ceiling (right now I have a long stick I need to find a use for, but that doesn’t qualify for a “branch”). So here are some of the changes I made:

I "taped" (Mom was concerned I used super glue or something) a bunch of random pictures on the wall. Some I drew, some printed and have a excessive amount of horse pictures from calendars.
I “taped” (Mom was concerned I used super glue or something) a bunch of random pictures on the wall. Some I drew, some printed and have a excessive amount of horse pictures from calendars.
curtain
I used a stick and a skirt. Also A curtain that I made into a skirt and then a curtain again.

Later, Mom: “I’ve been wondering when you would do it again.”
Me. “Change my room? Hehe. I guess you’ve noticed a pattern.”

   I also went on a rampage of making everything sepia-toned. That is, I gathered a bunch of photos (Star Trek, Fili and Kili, Captain America, Lord of the Rings…). And then made everything sepia, so to match all my other pictures.
We also watched the older PBS version of Oliver Twist. Very boring. (“They used just stare at each other all day. Very boring”).

Till our next meeting,
~Alp

2 thoughts on ““More like a desert cobra!” ~ Prince of Egypt

  1. A skirt and a stick…. and only I would have noticed it being a skirt :) I love your new collage wall! I update my dorm room here and there about every two weeks too…. It feels stale otherwise. Also, I will now be getting prince of Egypt from the library soon.

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  2. I love the collage wall!! I mean, that’s what walls are for, right? Giant, changeable collage canvases? Also, the stick curtain rod.
    I sorta remember Prince of Egypt… Ah, that rogue non-disney animation, haha. ;)

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