I'm awake, and it's 4.55 am. Yesterday, I didn't go to bed until 6 am. This is not good, especially since I know I'll have to work a lot tomorrow, as Tina and I have a science project (Magnetars. Of course, the one thing not even mentioned in our textbook). I've really let her down this week, I stayed home from school the last three days, and haven't really done anything yet. It's funny, in my first term I was home from school 1 day and 4 hours, now, a few days into the second term, 3 days already. I've tried to file it as 2 days and 5 hours though, as I think it looks a little bit better. No more sickness until after Easter, please!
Dad and I have bought our tickets for London musicals during the winter holiday: Billy Elliot, Sunset Boulevard, Chicago and two Les Mis' just for me. I want to try something new:)
I did a friending meme a few minutes ago, I've made two friends (welcome!) and will hopefully make more soon:) It's multi-fandom, so go fill it out, here
I bought Breaking Dawn, and finished it in less than 24 hours. Not as bad as I feared, I actually liked it. Garrett was awesome:) And lovely with a break from Bella's POV. I think it would have made a much better book if ( SPOILER: 7 words that'll spoil the end of Breaking Dawn. )
I've read quite a few fics in the fandom- Jasper/Alice, mainly. Some are horrifically bad, while others are pretty good. Seems like All-Human AU's are extremely popular, which is not my cup of tea, but some are actually decent. I've made I list of my top three fics:I Like Bears
, by Alice laughed - Emmett, on his favourite prey. Very short, and very adorable:) Family Therapy
- Cullen Style, by vjgm - Carlisle decides his family is in dire need of some therapy. This cracks me up, especially the therapist's reaction to Jasper- the attempted murderer of his brother's girlfriend:) Long. (the first two chapters aren't very good, and the author seems to have a grudge against commas)Cowboys and Indians
, by Minisinoo - Jasper and Leah centric, friendship/philosophy. I think it is lovely, and it is written in the traditional non-linear story telling style of Native Americans, which is interesting.
I've started making a list of all the books I've read so far in 2009. I'm already at 9,5. I've really been in the mood lately. If only I'll finish "Twelve who Ruled" now...
I just discovered playlist.com, and I made one. I looked through all my old Hits for Kids CDs (I have far to many. 1-15, I believe) and added all my old favourites, plus some new. You may see it here: http://www.playlist.com/playlist/14785940747
...I'll definitely go get some sleep now. Immediately.