I managed to survive my physics final! I didn't crash and burn, but I did take my time and worked rather slowly. There were a few questions that just completely stumped me, but I gave them a shot. I honestly can't tell you how I think I did. It's one of those things where I either got a lot of it right, or a lot of it wrong. I don't know which, but I'm hoping for the latter!

So I am no officially on break and finished with all my finals! After school yesterday, I went over to Andrew's so we could exchange our Christmas presents since he would be busy on Christmas Eve and Christmas. Being the butt he is, he wrapped each part of my present individually, then wrapped it as one big package, then wrapped it in packing tape. I think it took me like 15 minutes to actually get it open. The entire time he was laughing his head off. I should've taken a picture. He got me the first four Harry Potter movies, and then a pack of Sour Patch Kids to eat with each movie. It was really cute, because my favorite candy is Sour Patch Kids. :)

I got him the Underworld Trilogy, which he says are his favorite movies. I also got him a bunch of Chocolate Oranges, because he is like obsessed with those and you can only get them here in the US around Christmas time. Then I just baked him a TON of cookies. He thought it was funny that I mainly got him food, which I thought was funny too. I wasn't evil with his present, which he thought I would be so he was joyous I wasn't, but oh you just wait til next year! *cackles*

I am thoroughly enjoying my break so far. I slept til around eleven today and then went to the movies with Andrew and his mom and saw Tron. It was really good. I hadn't seen the first one, but you didn't really need to, which I was glad about.

Now I'm just sittin' here, munchin' on cookies. Christmas in two days! I hope you all are having a wonderful break!

This is rather late and overdue, but oh well...

The bet that me and Andrew (my boyfriend made), I totally win. Oh yes, I read all 607 pages in 4 days. :)

I went and saw Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One as I mentioned in my last blog, and to put it simply, it was amazing. Me and a couple close friends and Andrew headed up to the theater at about 9:30 and there were already tons of people in line. We still managed to get great seats, despite the fact there was a bunch of drunk guys behind us, but you can't really control that.

For the most part, the movie followed the book, which is a big plus for me. As I had just read the book before I went and saw it, I couldn't help but pick out minor details that were different, which made me wish I hadn't read it right before, but overall, it stuck to the book. I think if you wouldn't have read the book and just went and saw it, you would've been totally lost, as it didn't really give a lot of background information and whatnot.

Just a couple random points (spoilers! do not read further if you have not seen the movie!):