A few people who commented complained about my requiring e-mails of commenters. I require e-mails for a reason. It cuts down on some of the anonymous/harassing comments. When I used to just allow anyone to comment, I got a lot more harassing comments. I know that if you don’t fill in the e-mail thing, your comment won’t go through and it ends up deleting your comment, so you have to re-type it. I’m sorry for the inconvenience, but its not that hard to type in your e-mail address. The e-mail never shows up on the site, unless you don’t put in a website, so its not like anyone will get your e-mail. I also like to have people fill in their e-mail addresses, so that I can respond to certain things privately rather than going to their blog and responding through their comments.
So, I typed up an entry yesterday about my trip to see Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Unfortunately, my IE just closed on me without any warning, so I lost the entire entry. I was too lazy to retype it. Basically, I got to see the movie. My mom and I went to see the 10 am showing, but it was sold out by the time we got there, so we got tickets to see the 10:30 showing. It was pretty good. I wish more of the book elements had been featured, but unfortunately, they were left out. I think Michael Gambon did a good job, but he’s not who I picture as Dumbledore. I still think of Richard Harris as being Dumbledore.
As you may have noticed, I titled this entry as 101. Why, you may ask. Well, let’s see, today my mom and I went to my Nana’s house. I decided to check how much weight I have lost on her scales. According to her scales, I have lost 101 pounds since last July. I now weigh 240, which is better than the 341 I was at when I had the surgery. I still need to lose at least 100 more pounds before I’m really no longer “overweight”. *keeps fingers crossed*
Ronald Reagan died today. That’s sad. I don’t know that I’m a big fan of Reagan. I don’t really remember him being President. I feel bad for his family, though. Of course, I know that with his Alzheimer’s, he had been “gone” for a while for them.