Girl’s Night: The Fault In Our Stars


Hey guys!

Wow. It’s been a long couple of days. All I’ve been doing is homework and getting ready to move in ONE WEEK! Yikes! Thankfully, one of my best friends, Kara, came and rescued me from all of the chaos that’s been going on.


We spent a lot of time just catching up with each other and laughing our heads off. I love this girl! She’s great. Our moms are best friends (they went to high school together) and fate had it that we would be best friends too.

After we had our little catch up, we decided to go see “The Fault In Our Stars.”july 002

This was my second time seeing the movie (you can read my book review here) and I enjoyed it just as much as the first time I saw it. I love the book so much. If you haven’t read it, stop reading my blog and GO READ IT! This book and movie has completely restored my faith in humanity, love, trust, and just having a normal dating life. Seriously. It’s worth the nine bucks to see it and the ten to buy it.


We got lucky because we pretty much had the movie theater to ourselves. There were a few people who were there but it wasn’t crowded at all. It was perfect!


Like any cute movie, it made us cry so naturally, we had to take a ugly crying face because “pain demands to be felt” (TFIOS). Don’t get me wrong, it isn’t one of those sappy chicky movies. It is a great movie.  The whole message about how to deal with pain and loss is beautiful–plus I love all of the Shakespeare references.


All in all, it was a wonderful (and much-needed) girls night. So do tell me, dear readers, have you seen or read “The Fault In Our Stars?” If not, are you going to?



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