It is Easter Sunday, and like any other good Catholic, I stayed up until 4 am talking to my Jewish boyfriend and woke up at 11:30 to eat waffles and watch Persepolis, an animated film about life in Tehran during Iranian Shah's reign of terror throughout the 1980's. Despite the fact that it was not live-action and based on an extremely disturbing true story, I found the graphic novel adaption to be compelling and even funny at times.
I haven't been to church yet today, and probably won't go due to my mother's ill health. For those of you who have never sat a Roman Catholic Easter mass, you are not missing anything.
I mean, it's pretty and all, but honestly.
- ▼ April (6)
- United States
- in my spare time i enjoy speaking in foreign accents, playing goal, reading short stories, surfing badly, wearing sweatpants in public, watching bend it like beckham, singing harmony, and looking stuff up on wikipedia. i also row five seat in a sweep eight, which i like most of the time.