Dear DVD Release people-
My dad wants to see The Artist and he doesn’t want to wait until JUNE.
What is taking so long?
Please send my dad a complementary DVD of the movie or we will sue you for making us be patient in a world of ‘Here & Now’.
Ten minutes ago, Dad asked me to look up when The Artist came out on DVD cause he wants to see it.
I was like,”DAD!! Why does it take so long for movies to come out on DVD??”
I mean it’s already been in theaters for awhile so why do they have to wait until June to release it on DVD? It’s not like it takes super long for them to make a copy of a DVD, not with today’s technology!!
He goes, “CLAIRE!! Why does it take so long for movies to come out on DVD??”
I’m like, “I have no idea. I just asked you!”
He goes, “Well you should write a letter of complaint to them.”
So I did. Did you read it? It’s up at the top! It’s a great letter. Full of enthusiasm.
I haven’t gotten a reply yet.
My grandma passed away this afternoon.
Thank you for all your prayers. She passed in peace.
Please pray for comfort for us, for my dad, for my grandpa, for my aunt and uncle and cousins, for my mom, for my siblings.
My family is going through a very tough time right now.
For a while my Grandma has been declining. She has a lung disease that can’t be cured. Right now she is in the hospital. This is so sad for all of us, especially my dad (her son). Please pray for comfort. Pray that my Grandma will not be scared, that she will be accepted into His arms. Please pray that she will know how loved she is. By us, and by God.
She is so sweet and so good to us.
It’s hard for me to talk about it on here because it feels shallow. Kind of like I’m sharing this with the world. But I know that all my friends who read this blog truly care about me. I know that in this blog I have a strong prayer circle. Thank you to all who will pray for us during this tough time.
I cried alot today. It’s hard. My mom’s dad died as well but I was really young so I never really lived through that like I am living through this.
When you’re a kid, death isn’t really a reality to you. You don’t really realize that people die and then you don’t see them anymore. And then one day, it becomes reality.
Death became reality for me last summer when my friend’s friend committed suicide. But even then, it only touched me in a roundabout sort of way. I never knew this girl, I only felt the sadness because of my friend.
With my grandma it’s different. I want to just go to her, I want her to know that I love her. I want to be reassured that she will be taken up to Jesus.
Please please pray.