Thursday, September 30, 2004

Feelin' Mighty Fine

Today's a pretty good day. I have a slide quiz in an hour for Maya Art. I probably wouldn't feel so nervous if I had been able to find pictures of half of them. As it is, I'm hoping to recognize them by my notes....

So I went on today for any interesting movie news, and I was confronted by the poster for The Grudge and the words "Do you have a Grudge?" The same image is here, and you can see the Japanese poster, which is even worse. I know a certain beh who will be seeing that flick with me, after Oct. 22. Mainly because I could never see it by myself and know no one brave enough to venture forth with me.

HBO is making a 12-part series called Rome for next Fall. *drool*

Has anyone watched Lost? If so, does anyone share my opinion that that show is on crack? I mean, a polar bear? I've heard the theory that maybe a plane crashed there with the bear, during a transport to a zoo or whatever. If so, this must have been recent b/c, as I learned from the Ewan MacGregor polar bear documentary, polar bears have to cool down while living in Arctic land. So on a tropical island? Hmm... doesn't look good for that theory. And Dominic Monaghan's character is a crack-head. *tears* He's going to have a problem now because I think his supply is all used up.

Gah! Accidentally opened the window with The Grudge site open. Yeesh.

Monday, September 27, 2004

Super Shway!

How far away is December? And HOW COOL is that Minas Tirith?!

What a fine Day to be a Gladiator

I watched Gladiator last night. Let me just say that I am so happy that movie didn't fall into so many of the pitfalls movies are prone to fall into. No cheesy humor, no cheesy violence, no cheesy nothin'. Cheesiness (unless cheese is intended) is a movie's worst enemy.. but anyway, that movie is awesomeness. There's a shortage of movies with real meaty drama that doesn't go overboard, and I think this is one of them. By drama I just mean movies that include Gladiator is a drama with a lot of action, and Moulin Rouge is a romance with a lot of drama. That kind of thing. John Q is just straight drama and straight drama often shifts into melodrama.

Speaking of movies with drama and those without, I think that was Vanity Fair's greatest flaw--lack of drama. It had a good cast, and a reasonably good story (the skeleton of it). It just lacked that real emotional drama that I think it needed to make you really care about any of the characters. It never really built up to a climax either. In retrospect I see what it was, but only because ten minutes later it ended and there was no other climax candidate. The trailer made it look all emotionally intense but then it fell on its face.

So The Forgotten was number 1 this weekend, which I for one didn't expect. I've been checking for the complete spoiler all weekend, and it's the only one without it yet. D'oh! I want to find out about these crazy aliens.

I have finished my first round of Christmas shopping. Yep, already. I want to pace myself so I don't end up penniless in January. So this month I ordered all the nephew presents. I just ordered them so I haven't gotten them yet but I'm excited anyway. I think I made some good picks.

On the nephew front, this weekend I discovered the secret potion to making my nephew love me and I got all kinds of smiles. This potion consists of: a plastic caterpillar, poking of the double chin and rubbing of the button nose. Of course, at one point he just smiled at me for no reason and that was even more exciting. All kinds of good things.

On a sidenote, my roommates are driving me up the wall with their snipe-iness (to each other, not me). One said she wouldn't live with the other one next semester, but I don't feel inclined to live with either of them if they're going to be emotional 6 year olds with each other. I don't get why siblings treat each other worse than people they hate. Why is that?

Currently I am grooving to Sagat land music, or, as it has been called, "Neutral territory" or "Fake making out land". It's pretty sweetbees. Remember First Aid Bison? Gay Bison? Good times, good times. Man, this game was sweetbees! Sweetbees to the sugarcube!

Tiger Uppercut!

Thursday, September 23, 2004


I don't know how many of you watched Lost last night. Visually, I really liked it. I like the cast (Hel-lo, Dominic Monaghan). Anyway, so if you would like to find out what you missed, I found this handy-dandy, hyper summary for you reading pleasure.

"So, if you missed the Lost premiere.... What basically happened was that Matthew Fox woke up in this bamboo forest and wandered out and found people wandering around staggering and screaming and bleeding on this beach amid plane wreckage and so of course there's a pregnant lady having contractions and some guy with a recently occurring severe leg lackage (MMM DINNER I LOVE PIZZA!), and Matthew Fox saves some lives but some moron gets Darwinned into the plane engine and vaporized and everything BLOWS UP REAL GOOD!, and Matthew's all like, @#$! that shit, and he goes back into the bamboo and has to get this random girl who is clearly his love interest (and weirdly reminds me of Kate Beckinsale for no good reason) to sew up the bamboo wound in his back, 'cause he's a doctor but he's not, like, that hardcore, and he's all like, "What's your name?," and she's like, "Kate!," and I'm like, "I KNEW IT!" And there's some weirdly possessive Asian guy who's telling his woman not to talk to anyone else, and there's some toenail-painting bitch who won't even eat a Snickers that her boyfriend lovingly salvaged from the wreck because she is clearly a TOTAL HOR, and Harold Perrineau is there with a kid, but he is vastly underutilized so far. And Dominic Monaghan is there, and he has a much bigger part than I thought he would. And all the actors are unusually chunky, because they need to be able to look starving in about six episodes. And then it rains. And there's something freakishly but invisibly huge moving in the jungle, and everyone's like JURASSIC PARK OH NOES. But the front part of the plane is out there so Matthew Fox, who is magically also a flunked-out pilot, wants to go in and get the transwhatamawho, and Kate's all like, I AM GOING WITH YOU, and Dominic Monaghan is like OMG ME TOO, and Matthew Fox is like, "Who the hell are you?" And Dominic Monaghan is all like, "I'm Charlie," and then they get into an argument because Matthew is all like, "No, dude, I'm Charlie, you're Merry!," and Dominic is all like, "No, dude, you're Jack and I'm Charlie this time, and just be glad you've got a new TV gig, all right?," and Kate is like "EVERYBODY STFU RIGHT NOW." So they go into the jungle and crawl up in the plane wreckage for like fifteen minutes and you just know one of those dead bodies is not going to be dead yet, and one of them isn't dead yet, and it's the pilot, who I am 99% certain is Greg Grunberg--Hey, it's Greg! Hey Greg! We love you, Greg! Tell Felicity I said hey, Greg!--but he gets eaten by the Giant Invisible Thing within, like, thirty seconds, which is awful and tragic because I was hoping he'd become a regular or something, but not before he gives Matthew/Charlie/Jack the transwhatamajig, only the transwhatamathing is totally @#$! up but knowing Dr. Pilot Matthew/Charlie/Jack, he probably took some transwhatamastuff classes at ITT Tech right after he flunked out of pilot school, so keep an eye out for that one. And then the Giant Invisible Thing starts chasing them through the jungle and Dominic falls down and gets caught in That One Tree Root That Is Always In The Middle Of The Path and Matthew saves him but then Matthew and Dominic disappear and Kate loses her shit and then Dominic turns back up and seriously, I think he was doing drugs in the airplane bathroom, y'all, but now Matthew's missing and then Matthew turns up and then they find Dead Greg all mauled up in a tree and they're like OMG WHAT COULD DO THAT?, and besides a heartless invisible dinosaur immune to the charms of Greg Grunberg, I dunno. And the previews are all cracked out with a brawl and some guy trying to get with Kate and then pulling a gun on everyone and Harold Perrineau finds a pair of handcuffs in the jungle, like, Dude! The invisible dinosaurs are into S&M, man! And Dominic's all like, OMGWTF IS THIS PLACE? And I'm thinking, this is J.J. Abrams, man. Y'all are probably in some secret CIA experiment to engineer invisible mechasaurs or something, only they've taken over the world so the CIA went back in time and stranded y'all on a tropical island so you could perpetuate the species, only now the mechasaurs have found you, and you know what? Them bitches are hungry. "

I have done a decision!

As I promised a few moments ago, I have a truly wonderful sound byte for the day. This comes from a story about something. Harry probably. And romance. And Hermie. Something about detective work. Anyway, I've got several selections for you and here is the opening paragraph.

"It was over but I still felt some sorrow in me. I needed a cure and I needed it fast. Voldemort was gone, gone forever. The Wizarding World was at peace, yet I still felt some despair. I needed love and I needed it fast. Life was at ease yet again but I felt miserable somehow. I needed someone and I needed you two."

*sigh* I would just like to say that if you replace "cure" with "hit" the sentence is funnier. Next, a poety interlude.

"I am,
Little bit of loneliness,
A little bit of disregard,
A helpful of complains,
But I can’t help the fact,
That everyone see the scar,"


"I couldn’t believe my eyes. You have changed your eyes to someone else. Why? Am I not good enough for you? We’ve been together for several years and you just looked at someone else. You looked at him; you looked at the most popular guy in the world. Am I not a special guy like him? Why? Why not me?"


Bless my Beautiful Hide

Greetings. What a fine day it is. At the top of the list today we've got movie news to make fun of. Let's get started.

Ashlee Simpson is starring in a movie opposite Jake Gyllenhaal. The movie wins the "Most Ironic Title of the Day" award with the name Wannabe.

Milla Jovovich is going to star as Billy Bob Thorton's wife in Fade Out, a so-called Hitchcockian thriller. The mystery at the core of the movie will be how these two people ever got married. Billy Bob's exes are being consulted by screenwriters trying to find a plausible explanation.

Russell Crowe is considering directing and starring in The Long Green Shore. This movie is set during WWII and focuses on an Australian battalion charged with getting the Japanese out of New Guinea. What? A World War II movie... that's all beh needs to know.

Alexander has been moved to the end of November (as opposed to the start of the month), thankfully delaying the day when blonde-haired Colin *snark* Farrell will be seen by the masses.

That's all the interesting movie news for today. What else have I got in my drawers... The silliest bit of news for the day is the Robert Downey Jr. is coming out with his own CD. Yeah, you read that right. Apparently, he is a "brilliantly gifted songwriter who writes lyrics that are wise and moving." He also has a "burnished, smokey voice." Pfffft.

I found a fantastic sound byte for today, after a long absence of bad writing (I know, sorry), but it's so special it needs its own post.


Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Chacha hammas

If anyone can tell me what movie "chacha hammas" is from I will be very pleased. You won't get anything except my pleasure. But that's still pretty cool.

I'm hoping my internet comes today. I have to go home and check the mail. The next time I blog it may be from my room, where I can make fun of people at my leisure.

On the GOF news front today, Percy will not be making an appearance. The actor (Chris Rankin) was contracted for POA and one more HP movie. He doesn't really have a role in OOTP so maybe in the 6th movie he'll turn up. John Williams may not be doing the score for GOF, which is okay in my book. I enjoy his themes but otherwise he's rather dull. Anyway, Patrick Doyle is rumored to be doing it. I think he did the music for Sense and Sensibility. Fabulous movie...

Tom Felton (Draco) turned 17 today. 17! When did any of them get that old? As my Maya prof. would say: Dang.

I'm approaching the halfway point in The Grim Grotto. I am so confused now. I had numerous theories before I started reading it, and now they've gone down the Stricken Stream, along with the sugar bowl. *Sigh* And that other submarine! Who was in that one? The man with no hair but a beard and the woman with hair but no beard? It must be... Who are they though? And are the eagles with them still? Probably not... Hmm. I hate it when school gets in the way of my recreational reading!

I had a dream the other night about contact lenses. Contacts are always the same in my dreams--bigger than my eye and kind of thick. I always pick them up and say, "Were they always this big? How do they ever fit in my eye?" and then spend about 15 minutes trying to get these horrible things in my eyes. It's so nice to wake up and see the little floppies in their pool of saline.

My roommate got locked out the house the other night. She didn't take her keys and came back sometime in the wee hours. She almost never takes her keys, even though she's been locked out before (all night on one occasion). Maybe it's just me, but it seems like common sense to take your keys with you when you leave when you know your roommates will be asleep when you get back (or they won't know you're gone)...


Tuesday, September 21, 2004


I find these intensely amusing.



Wedding rings for men that include diamonds are fugly.

Popol Smuh

Just an update on my oh-so-intriguing life.

I had a lot to do on the computer today. I think I have done perhaps 40 % of it. I really should make lists...

I watched Shallow Hal last night for the first time, with the roomies. I never would have guessed how complicated that movie was, but every five minutes: "Is that what they really look like?" "Why do they look different?" "Is that so and so?" In the words of Mr. Dynamite: Goshhhhh.

OK, enough complaining for the day. What else is new... I had the most depressing dream the other night. I was watching ROTK and Frodo had destroyed the ring but (years later) nothing was better. The world was all grey, barren and dead. There were no plants, trees and hardly any people. I could go on about this for a while, but, in short, it was so sad!

So in movie news today... I read something about a location for a Quidditch scene in GOF. I can't remember the wording, but it made it sound like a match at Hogwarts. Clearly there must be some error here since there are no Quidditch matches in GOF. In other news, it was Hermione's birthday a few days ago, and I MISSED IT!

Also, there are new pics of the Fantastic Four crew. Already I can tell that this movie is going to be one that will make me laugh. Hard. Horatio in spandex... how great is that?

In related news, The Grim Grotto, book the 11th in A Series of Unfortunate Events was released today. It is in my posession and I am thus far a chapter into the grim-ness. The mystery has deepened and I am grimly intrigued. I'm sad Sunny is growing up though and speaking real words. I loved it when she talked incoherently and was the size of a watermelon. *Sigh* Such is life.

I have gmail, a phd and Pops and I are going to do some human sacrificin' at Christmas, now that my Maya professor has declared it to be a "beautiful process."

Monday, September 20, 2004


Don't you love those times when the people you live with annoy the heck out of you, just for sitting on the couch or saying "Whaaat?" to everything you say, seemingly regardless of whether or not they heard you? It annoys me.

I finally found an artist to write about for my Modern Art class. I flipped through my book and picked the painting that I liked. His name is Chirico, and I like his style. I guess he was part of the Surrealist movement, but his style (what I've seen) isn't as "modern" as, say, Rothko or Kandinksky. Which is appropriate since he eventually switched gears to a Classical style (something the other Surrealists didn't so much appreciate). So now I'm finding books for the paper, and trying to write a paper about the Maya creation story and thinking about my paper topic for my research paper on Maya art. Is there any thing in the Maya culture that I think I could talk about for 10 pages? No, not really, but I'm open to suggestions anyway.

So I didn't really do squat this weekend. I wanted to watch Gladiator so so so much, but Conspiracy Theory on and is apparently a better movie... Or something. Pffffft. Remember that annoyance thing with roommates?

We haven't gotten our Internet, which is too bad. Hopefully by Wednesday. That would be fabulocity. Not that I'll have time, since I have three tests between Thurs. and Fri. Yes, thing could get worse, but, to quote Ms. Austen, those who do not complain are never pitied.

Time to get down to business. The lab is "experiencing a high level of usage" and those without an "academic purpose" are encouraged to leave. Like anyone will. HAH, suckers!

Thursday, September 16, 2004

Paranormal She-Devils

Let's get the really really bad news out of the way first. Alvin and the Chipmunks is going to be made into a movie. I couldn't read the article long enough to find out if it's going to be live-action or what. Any form is bad enough. Moving on.

So Kiera Knightley is in this movie with Adrian Brody called The Jacket, but, no, this isn't going to be a what makes a movie title stupid. OK, so this flick is about some war vet (Brody) that is accused of murder...or something...and he's trying to prove his innocence and can like see in the future all this stuff...or something. Hopefully that would make sense in the actual movie... But, back to the point, Kiera plays the girl that he's known since childhood. So... how old are these people supposed to be? He's at least 10 years older than her in real life. But more to the point, they like get involved and stuff, apparently. So the question is: what is up with Kiera Knightley getting it on in movies with older guys? Like Clive Owen? That was one of the most awkward love scenes ever put in a movie. Looks like that title is going to be challenged. (We won't get into the fact that Adrien Brody isn't even ATTRACTIVE)

In other news...there's been no good Harry Potter news for weeks! Just casting rumors and such. Apparently a two-legged dog was up for a part. *crickets chirp*

I read the Maya creation story yesterday, but I have no idea what the creation part was. Lots of talk about rubber balls and bat houses. And somewhere in there...something probably significant happened. Or something..

Time to go find out.

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Just so Y'all know...

...I just downloaded a bucketload of Rohan, Shire and Rivendell items, along with some Minas Tirith wall. Yes, I will be going to town.

Smiddle Earth

While I have been out of the commission the last two days, sneezing my brains out and such, I have been all kinds of productive. I wrote a paper for Maya art, which didn't turn out very well due to low levels of mental capacity on my part. Oh well. More importantly, I have begun the building of Middle Earth in one of my Sim neighborhoods.

First, I build a piddling Minas Tirith, then Moria (complete with the lake and the fabulous door) and a hobbit hole (INSIDE A HILL--I so rock). Today I rebuilt Minas Tirith, complete with a table and fruit bowl, just for Denethor. Then I began construction on the Golden Hall in Rohan. It's even on top of a hill, with a gold roof. Yes, my friend, my transition to complete nerd-dom is complete. Now I am on the hunt for more Rohan items and such. I am still trying to find hobbit skins for kid-sized Sims. Everyone makes them adult, since kids are usually 1/10 as useful as adult Sims. BUT they apparently don't have the magic door that gives kid Sims all the adult Sim actions. Anyway, Middle Earth is coming, folks. Rivendell is on the way. Just in case anyone was interested.

My head is on the verge of exploding, in case anyone was interested in that.

So I've been online now for over a half hour and I haven't talked to anyone on Messenger. Does anyone realize how bizarre this is? I feel so isolated, so cut off, so... alone. Ah, my mental capacity is draining again. Good times.

Thursday, September 09, 2004

Hinkers, Winkers and Wonkers

This is just a random post for anyone at all interested in what I'm doing right now.

I got out of a meeting just now about volunteering at a current art exhibit. There are two options: coat check/ticket taking misc. stuff and actually leading packs of rabid school children through an exhibit. I have a week to decide what I'm going to do. Let's look at the pros and cons.

1. The Misc. Work. Well, it's not such a big time commitment. You come in, you take coats, you go home (not with the coats). But you don't get the experience of leading tours and such, and that could be very cool.

2. The Tours. For starters you get to wear a costume (always exciting) consisting of a safari hat, khaki vest and messenger bag (courtesy of the Israeli army). But it requires a lot more work because you have to learn about so much art work, you have to shadow a few tours and give a few mini-tours for the staff before you're let off the leash.

I actually have homework (quite a bit) this semester which makes the whole having time thing a little iffy. They only ask for a 2 hour minimum of either work so that's not a big deal. Still... Deep thoughts are being prompted. So, do I break out of my well-established box and have a (potentially) great experience, creating a hectic schedule for myself in the meantime? Or do I take the easier, less time consuming way and still get to hang out in the museum? Either way I have to go to another meeting next week so for now my plan is to take a look at my schedule and then see how things sound next Thurs.

Anyway. Moving on. I have a between-work-and-school schedule that lives with a very delicate balance. I have to be in the shower at 11:45 in order to catch the 12:15 bus (which I do at least two days a week). Two days in a row now, my fabulous roommates have cut into my time. This is very vexing to me.

In a related story, I had a dream last night that I got 2100% on my first Maya art short paper. In actuality I got a 9 (out of 10), which isn't quite a 2100% but I'm getting there. I also dreamed that the extended ROTK came out on Dec. 2. The extra special edition came with something called "Haldir's X", "X" meaning the word I can't remember and which probably does not exist, but started with C. It was some kind of wall hanging from Gondor (I protested this, of course, as he is not from Gondor) combining a natural rock formation and swords. It looked cool in the dream but would probably not translate to real life. In this same day me and Moms were shopping at Wal-Mart and she bought all us kids lunch boxes. My brother got a Spider-man one. She also let me buy the first season of Reboot on DVD.

Well, kids, it's that time again--time to catch the bus. I'm reading Airframe by Michael Critchon and I'm going to read some more on the bus. It's pretty good, definitely better than some of his other books (Congo, The Lost World). Anyway, time to go home and do...*drumroll* homework. Over and out.

(PS: Word is Goblet of Fire will be 2 1/2 hours. Wha' happened?)

Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Sound bytes and Cookies

I wish I had a cookie. I wish I had a good substance of any kind. I had some Triscuits about a million years ago. *Sigh* Man, life is boring right now. What's wrong with September that makes it so frazeaking boring? And why does Mayan art have to be so frazeaking ugly?

Well, moving on. Oh, suprise of the week. Hero beat out all the new movies and took the #1 spot again. Only 11 mill but still surprising. Vanity Fair (good, but lacking intensity) was #8, another surprise. Still, it had 8 mill, not a big difference, and a budget of only 23 mill so it should pull through ok.

Moving on again. I hope to have internet at my house by the end of the week which means more bloggses! Hurrahs! Well, here is the sound byte for the day. This fic reveals all of Hermione's thoughts during the course of the books! I would just like to take a moment to praise its accuracy in depicting Herms. Or something.

"the train
12:02 am
Stuck on this stupid train in this stupid compartment with two stupid guys. Well, and Ginny, of course. Can’t forget Luna...she’s here, too. But why must Harry and Ron be here? I still can’t believe they’re my best friends. They’re such idiots.
Luna and Ginny are whispering in the corner, and Harry and Ron are eyeing me strangely. What dorks.
12:04 am
I wonder if I’ll be single all year again. Just like every other year.
12:06 am
Oh my gosh, what if I am? I had Viktor a couple years back...
12:07 am
I may just die with shame."

Friday, September 03, 2004

The Brady Bunch Movie

Greetings, y'all. I recently received a challenge to make a movie cast of my family. I don't know if that made sense. Here is what I came up with. This was oodles of fun and probably there are better people out there, but I was just thinking of casts in movies that came to mind. The link for the first names will take you to their listing on (for the unfamiliar) and the last name will send you off to pictures (also for the unfamiliar).

Pops Brady: Eugene Levy
Moms Brady: Blythe Danner
Greg: Paul Walker
Greg's wife: Romola Garai
Peter: Aiden Gillen
Peter's wife: Alex Kingston
Marcia: Jennifer Connelly
Marcia's husband: Steven Waddington
Myself (Jan): Ideally it would be Emma Watson, because, you know, she's Hermione. But "realistically" I chose Alison Lohman.

A few notes of explanation:
  • Alex Kingston is, of course, older than the real deal but whatever
  • Marcia and I have long had the opinion that Mr. Marcia resembled Duncan from Last of the Mohicans.
  • About Alison Lohman. I picked her since she's like in her mid-twenties and she's played teenagers. What does this have to do with me? I was recently asked if this were my first semester at college or (earlier) if I were here visiting family while on spring break (like high school spring break).
  • Casting is based on looks, not movies. Because some of them have made sucky/weird movies indeed (No, I'm not talking about Fast and the Furious because I enjoy that movie).
  • As for Peter, if I were casting Peter of the universally-praised tale "Greg's Tree House" he would, naturally, be played by Vin Diesel.
  • Paul Walker. Hahahaha.

    So there you have it, folks. The brilliant, Oscar-winning cast of the Brady Bunch Movie. Hurrah!

How Sweet It Is

It's been many moons since my last blog. Isn't that sad? Nothing much is happening with me. Just school and boring stuff. I did a lot of laundry last night and that was pretty exciting for me. I also played some darts while at work today. That was pretty fun.

Anyway, only one of the fan fics I frequent was updated. It was one that started with a fairly nice idea. Herms goes back in time but, unlike others, reveals info from the future, changing things. So it would have been cool if she had gone back to her time and seen how everything was screwed up, right? Well, now it's just all about her and Rems and this weird triangle-but-not with Sirius. Anyway, now it's really lame and I read it only for amusement.

Oh, I hate a t'awesome dream about Prisoner of Azkaban (movie) last night. I was watching the movie but it was a completely different story and everything. I don't remember anything else except waking up and thinking about t'awesome it was. And that's my story. Hope you liked it.

So movie news. There isn't really any. Nothing exciting. Rumor has it that Jim Caviezal has been cast as Superman. I'm willing to go along with that, I like Mr. Caviezal. I'm not really Supes fan so really I don't care much who plays him but it's not Ashton Kutcher so that's something. Speaking of which, has anyone else noticed that Ashton's 15 minutes are quickly quickly quickly running out?

Anyway, on to the sound byte of the day. This is one is a real gem of a description. Enjoy.

"Hipnothia Monica Parker was a normal teenage girl. Yes she might have had strange features as her emarald eyes and long black hair, She was very special because of her beuity of her honey brown skin and soft features that made everyone want know her. But you could say this sixteen year old girl had a destiny to be something that you don't see every day. Hipnothia had a destiny like every one else but hers was slightly diffrent from everybody else. Why, because she gave her life into being a hero even if it meant giving a little more. What is that she thought she needed to give up Love. But the thing is you don't need to give up love to live this life she only had to accept it. Family secrets come along to explain this destiny. Who Harry potter and the golden Trio? Why Powers comes with the destiny of being charmed. Little did she know was that all of her love and gifted powers made her a very special person becuase she was Charmed"