Kelsey McLennon has lived in Wauwatosa with her two siblings and parents for her entire life. When not busy with school, she enjoys dancing, running, and spending time with friends. She is a sophomore at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School, where she is involved in track, cross country, Latin club, and Irish club.
I laughed, I cried, and I almost fainted. Seriously Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is the best movie I have ever seen in my life. Usually when it comes to Harry Potter movies I’m pretty hard to please. I’ve read the books so many times that even the slightest alterations from the book to the movie make me mad. It’s almost a miracle that this only happened to me once or twice during the whole HP7pt2 movie. I think it is the best movie of all of them.
For the midnight premiere my friends and I showed up around 8 o’clock at night to ensure that we would not be stuck in the dreaded front row of the movie theater. After driving around the parking lot blasting “Hedwig’s Theme” for awhile we went to get it line. It was then that I realized just how amazing the turnout was for this movie. The first people to get there to wait in line had arrived at 8o’clock in the morning.
Yesterday I went over to my neighbor’s house to water their flowers while they were out of town. When I went into their backyard I saw a purse and all of its contents strewn all over the place. At first I didn’t really realize what it was until I saw a wallet on the patio table with all of the cards, coupons, and receipts scattered and blowing around.
I called the police to report what appeared to be a crime and was told by the reporting officer that in my neighborhood a number of people’s cars and houses had been robbed the night before. The crimes included some houses with unlocked doors, even if the homeowners were inside. One guy even had his laptop stolen off of the coffee table next to the couch where he had fallen asleep. It’s scary to think that all of this was happening so close to our house.