Open Hearts, HTML & Excelsior


The past two weeks have been exhausting.
Yesterday my grandfather had quadruple bypass surgery.
It usually takes five hours, but ended up taking around ten.
I guess I don't have that much to say about it. He's been having problems for the past few months, but it feels good to just finally say it.

It feels weird how all of this is going on and yet I'm most stressed out about trying to decipher where to put the "" or < > in my World Wide Web class.

I thought this post was going to be way more 'deep' and sentimental, but I think it's just going to turn into a catch-all for the past week. Everything has been so foggy lately, so I suppose this is my way to clear out some of the fog.


Reading: 
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
"That name meant nothing to me; it was like a placeholder, like zero." 


Listening to: 
Someone Like You by Adele
"You know how the time flies 
Only yesterday was the time of our lives 
We were born and raised in a summer haze 
Bound by the surprise of our glory days"


Watching:
Silver Linings Playbook
"The world will break your heart ten ways to Sunday. That's guaranteed. I can't begin to explain that. Or the craziness inside myself and everyone else."


I've watched Silver Linings Playbook three times this week. It's one of my favorite movies. One of the best scenes, in my opinion, is when Pat and Tiffany are sitting at the dinner table talking (it's in the first 40 seconds in the above video.) It's currently on Netflix, so I definitely recommend that you check it out.

Links lead to Goodreads and YouTube.

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