Cool stuff! Mine was ok, thanks. I cooked dinner, then spent time trying to gather friends for my 100 Monkeys UK Fan Page. Just finished watching Unbreakable, and I'm now off to bed. I shall speak to you tomorrow maybe! :) Night!
No, I haven't joined the bookclub. I could be wrong, but it looks like it's about reading Stephenie Meyer's books and then discussing them. I'd rather read new books. I guess I'll have another look to make sure.. but I don't know.
He might be on for band night some time in the future. Which sucks for me because when that's on, it's 2am over here :( But, as the Vamp Radio have old shows listen on their page that can be listened to, I might be able to catch it afterwards - which means you could probably catch the interview in a day or two :) Actually, I've just checked, and you can listen now. Click here and play or download the featured episode. You can't miss it, it says Jackson Rathbone in blue :)
Ahh, that's cool! :) The interview was amazing! The guy's voice, my word. Seriously, I think something is wrong with me. I'm 21 years old, I haven't been a "fan girl" in years, but he just brings it out of me! He's so sweet, and just lovely. Very passionate about what he does, his acting, his band, even his photography. He's very down to earth too, very grounded. Someone asked a question about how he's coping with the fame since Twilight, and he said something along the lines of it not really effecting him, because "I'm still my older sister's little brother, and my younger sister's big brother, and my Mom and Dad's son". Oh, he's just awesome. I swear, I could listen to him talk all day, but not just because of his voice, but because he seems... so normal but in such an interesting way. Like you could have a proper conversation with him about... stuff! Big love for that dude! :D
Aww, sucks! I'm not up to much tomorrow. I'm still on my Christmas holiday, so I don't have an awful lot to do. I'm going to pick up a parcel that didn't get delivered, and I'll probably go visit my Nan. Should be an ok day :)
Awesome! I'm not great with scary movies. I don't mind watching them at home, as long as the lights are on, I'm watching it with Mum and Dad, and I have a cushion to hide my face, lol. I can't really hack them at the cinema; I went to see The Grudge at the cinema when it came out, and I left within five minutes, haha! I want to go see Dread at the cinema though. Several hours of blown up Jackson Rathbone! (Y)