Rant - Terms of Endearment

I don't want to use this blog as a means of complaining but I have just got to vent about something really quick.

Terms of endearment. Calling someone names like dear, sweetheart, baby, sugar-bum, sweetie, punkin, etc. Between you and your boyfriend/girlfriend, I think its totally and completely fine. Sometimes its even cute. Sometimes you can use them within your own family, like between child/parent, grandparent/grandchild, etc. I have no complaints there.
However, I do have a problem when terms of endearment are used between the same gender, mostly girls, and specifically at me. There is this lady I work with (whom I love to death; I think she's great!) but she calls me honey and sweetheart all the time. Not only does it make me feel like I'm five, but it makes me super uncomfortable. I am not your sweetheart and you are not my grandmother. You're like 5 years older than me. Its not like I have anything against her personally or this makes me dislike her, but when a girl calls me something like honey, sweetheart, babycakes, etc., it gives me the creeps and makes me want to run away screaming with my arms flailing all over the place.

Soul Surfer

I went to the dollar theater tonight with my mom and sister. They suggested we go see a movie that I really didn't hear that much about. It was a film called "Soul Surfer". Let me tell you about this movie to those who haven't heard alot about it.
This movie is based on the true story of Bethany Hamilton, the pro surfer who lost her arm do to a shark attack. I wasn't expecting much from this film because I hadn't heard hardly anything about it and hadn't seen any advertising for it. But let me tell you something: This is one of the best films I have ever seen. Aside from the story itself, the quality of the film was fantastic. There was not a single swear word nor anything that would prevent viewers of all age to watch this (except the actual shark attack, which could be scary for young kids). Another thing I really loved about this film is the emphasis on God. A huge majority of this movie was about God's plan for us as individuals and how we can't see the big picture. This movie was truly inspirational and I cried through pretty much the entire thing, honestly. I strongly encourage this movie. Watch it with your family and friends. Click below the watch the trailer.