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Dayam!! *snaps a z*
, Man this site is inACTIVE!!
Member No.: 483
Joined: 7-June 11
|QUOTE (cijay @ Jun 13 2011, 02:22 PM)|
| I'm just doing the same old- going to work for 7.5hrs then hiding somewhere for an hour or two to read and rest my weary legs and head.|
I have FINALLY gotten around to reading the Tolkein series. I tried many times in the past but I got impatient with his long-winded descriptions of a Hobbit's feet that the story seemed to be second to his painting pictures with words. Yes that's what made him special but it's like someone whose lecture COULD be interesting but ends up just talking about his college history. While the movies aren't really like the books, at least the story is more familiar to me and I can see things more clearly.
Walked with a church group in the Pride parade on Sunday and got more sunburned than I expected to! After the long, snowy winter that we had, it feels good!
The Tolkien series eh?
I'm actually reading "The Lovely Bones" at the moment. It's actually a really depressing and sad book, but oh-so touching, I can't put it down hahaha.
I don't know if you ever watched the movie, it was pretty good.
In the part I'm up to, Susie is watching all the people she loved on Earth grow up, and she can't do like, anything up in heaven, only watch. Cept Holiday, her dog just died and so he keeps Susie company hahaha.