Last Ride Of The Day

This is my new Facebook cover. From left to right: Emppu Vuorinen, Jukka “Julius” Nevalainen, Anette Olzon, Tuomas Holopainen, Marco Hietala. I found it on Google.

So I’ve had an interesting day. Let’s start with the morning. I was up at two other times before I officially got up at 11:30am. On Thursdays, I go to work early. Well last night before I went to bed, I thought it would be nice to remind my mother that it was my early day the next day. She assured me that she knew it was. Well I got up the second time around 10am, with still sleepy eyes and it looked gloomy outside. I went back to sleep, for what I thought would be only half an hour, turned into an hour. I woke back up again, at 11:40am. My driver is supposed to come get me at 11:45am. My mom has had to deal with my early day once before, but I think her new schedule is getting her a little confused. All of a sudden, I heard this faint noise outside, and it sounded like a horn. My mom just texted me if I wanted a coney dog. I didn’t text her back that answer, instead I asked her if she had called the company that picks me up. When she was coming around to the living room and looked outside. That three of my worst feelings were realized that she didn’t call the company, I had my favorite driver, and both of my parents forgot. My dad was at work and asking my mom what I wanted from some place for lunch. He thought it was still Wednesday. So I’ve had an interesting morning. I got to stay at home today, and thankfully that was the only thing to go a little crazy for me.

The rest of the day, I’ve pretty much spent online. I haven’t read my book or worked on anything else. I’ve been daydreaming about the future…again. Those dreams I once had are back. I don’t want them back. Even if they’re creating a pretty picture in the center of my brain. Anyways, I’ve been listening to the Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish. I love them a lot. I love feeling whimsical and for certain songs, you feel like you could dance to and sing along, just like a regular lullaby. Except these songs have a metal influence to them and there’s some growls in there too. So they’re not your average lullabies! I’ve listened to their album, “Imainaerum” and I am proud to say that I can listen to it all the way through. Everytime I listen to the album, it feels like a bad version of Alice In Wonderland. More like what could go wrong. If Alice got beheaded kind of bad. After listening to “Imaginaerum” which is a summary of all of the songs on the album, read on Wikipedia that it is a instrumental like you would hear with the credits of a movie. Which makes sense, since the entire album sounds like one giant movie only playing in your ears. I knew at the end of last year that they were releasing a movie called, “Imaginaerum” but I didn’t know that the movie, the album AND the score all come together. Yes, I want the movie to come out in the US.

So that’s what I’ve been doing for the majority of the afternoon. I just can’t seem to get enough of the album nor the score. It’s very rare that I like the score of a movie. I usually like different tracks but not the whole thing, so this is new for me. So at 9:30 (I think) I will have Anger Management and then at 10pm, I will have Ridiculousness. The Vampire Diaries won’t be on untill March 14th. So I’m just here watching anything to kill tonight between those shows are on. I should probably listen to something that’s not Nightwish. I really need to expand my Nightwish library on my iPod soon. I’m leaving you with this awesome trailer of their movie, Imaginaerum. (: