Archive for September, 2011

Feak Out Motto

Oh my goodness, right now I really have no idea how I’m feeling! It’s crazy. I have just landed myself a job interview…I say just I mean I got the e mail on Friday that they would like to interview me on Monday.

Am I scared? Yep there is a part of me that’s scared. I’ve not worked in over a year, what if they want me? What if I get the job? What then?
What if I don’t get the job? Does that mean I’m unemployable? Am I just going to keep applying for jobs I have got no chance in getting?

Am I nervous? Yes I think so. It’s an interview what do you expect? What if I make a bad interview? What if I make a good one then they might want me and that makes me scared!

Am I exited? Maybe a little…are you kidding me I scored a frigging interview! I might actually get a job. If I do then I will be getting paid and I can do things I’ve been wanting to do for ages. Like buy a guitar and finish my driving lessons and go for my driving test.

So I am kind of all over the place, I’ve got some questions ready. I’ve got my interview outfit ready.
I don’t know whether I should say what the job is…no I’m not going to rick it, the thing is the job itself is really stress full. You have to be on the ball all the time. I’ve done this kind of job only once before and hated it. The stress from the responsibility, the knowledge of the outcome should it all go wrong.
But this is a different company, I would be working with different people and the clientele will be different as well.

I’m probably making a big deal over nothing and that would be awesome if indeed that is the case. I guess I am the glass is half empty kinda girl. Hey at least if it all goes good and no disasters actually happen then I will be the first to admit ok, the glass is actually half full.

But first it must be proven. Cheeky

Funny bad interview 1          Funny Bad Interview 2


   Titanic Music (Never an Absolution)Titanic CD    titanic Music (Unable to stay, unwilling to leave) 

I am not one normally for buying soundtracks to movies. It just seems corny in a way, having a soundtrack.

My mum has the soundtrack to the original War of the Worlds which she loves. But having watched the movie the music still does nothing for me. I much rather have an album from an artist that I particularly admire, than music that is made to be placed within a movie. Like a jigsaw, without the music the movie would have something missing and without the movie the music has something missing from it also.

The music from a movie should stay in my opinion in the place of which it was intended for, the movie itself. Because out of context it just doesn’t seem the same, which brings me to the tittle of this blog.
Titanic has long been a favourite of mine despite the running duration of the film. I like the fact that they used the real Titanic in parts. I also like that they used real props from the ship itself. The music was cleverly used to enhance the haunting and the romance of it all.
I love the beginning of the film the best. The very beginning when they are down in the ocean, then also just after “old” Rose has boarded the ship.

I love the way they edited it from Rose telling Mr Lovett about how she can “still smell the fresh paint” into the passengers waving to those on the dock. This is one soundtrack that I am listening to right now which has transported me back inside of the film. I am following as surely as I followed the visuals.

In my opinion Titanic (Music from the Motion Picture) has got to be the most cleverly and beautifully made. Even taken out of the jigsaw of the film the music is able to stand alone. You are able to still see the beauty and wonder of the ship and the story of its passage shines through.

                                              rms Titanic