I just saw the 2012 movie version of Les Miserables (for the first time - there will be more). I thoroughly enjoyed the live singing adaptation and cried more times than I'd like to admit. Now I've just got to tackle the book, which is my New Years resolution of sorts. I'm resolving to spend a lot more of my time reading quality, not YA fiction, college reading list material that hipsters reference as "any educated person should have read _____ by this point in their life" instead of spending so much time reading pointless Yahoo front page articles and watching half of a season of TV on Netflix in one sitting (oops).
First book of the year: J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. I know it's kind of a children's book but I'm preparing to read the Lord of the Rings trilogy on my own later this year so I thought I'd start at the beginning. After I finish my homework of course.
I'll leave you with this. I'm torn between laughing and staring silently in awe.