Two boiled bodies floating in the pool – 1st April 1997

Tuesday 1st Sorry it’s taken so long for me to write anything but nothing has really happened that’s worth mentioning.

Today, however, I went to the cinema with Abby and her friend Cassie Forrester and my friend Lizzie. We all went to see ‘Dante’s Peak’. [It was more exciting than real life so, if you ever plan to watch it 18 years down the line, you’d better stop reading because I’m about to tell you exactly what happens. Lava-based injuries and all.]

It’s a film about a town next to a dormant volcano and it was about to erupt. A scientist (played by Pierce Brosnan) was investigating it and sort of got involved with the mayor and her family.

The volcano blows and the family are trapped. Of course, they all get out eventually. [And that brief synopsis just about covers it.]

Some parts were really gross like the two boiled bodies floating in the pool and someone with a broken arm and the flesh torn away so the bone sticks out.

It was a really, really good film thought that kept you on the edge of your seat. Brilliant! If I had to rate it, it’d give it a 9.5 out of 10.

Before the film started, Lizzie and I saw some people we knew but don’t really like from school. There was Daisy Smith, Shauna Adams, Graham Baxter, Stan Pike, Owen Kendal and Roger Baldwin. Roger wasn’t with the rest of them.

Now, the first 3 lads I mentioned know (I think) that I really like their mate, Dougie. [This was a new notebook so I felt the need to explain who Dougie was.] He’s really called James Douglas but he gets called Dougie and he’s quite tall with blonde(ish) hair, bluey-green eyes and an Adidas coat. GORGEOUS!

I like him anyway.


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  1. Pingback: The Gamma Game – 4th & 5th April 1997 | If Destroyed Still True

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