cynicale: Drew Sarich, Leanne Dobinson, Jon Robyns and Nancy Sullivan (bookstore)
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, 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:

...I'll definitely go get some sleep now. Immediately.
cynicale: Drew Sarich, Leanne Dobinson, Jon Robyns and Nancy Sullivan (bookstore)
A boy from my school ran away from his home sunday evening eight o'clock, possibly just clad in his night-clothes. He still hasn't been found, but people have now started to search in the lake:( He might have been observed by the train station monday morning though, so there's still hope:) I don't know him, but we had confirmation lessons together, and he was my dancing-partner at the prom. He's nice, and doesn't seem to be the type to run away. I really hope he's alright:(

Torchwood is made of win, though the plots are rather silly:) Jack is great (for the record, I like his voice too, but occasionally there are notes I wish he hadn't tried), Ianto is adorable, and I like Tosh. Owen, and to some extent Gwen, are annoying.

Here's my current favourite song: Bring It, by Cobra Starship, from the movie Snakes on a Plane (...) I haven't seen that movie, and I have no wish of doing so, but I can't get it out of my head. This happened the last time I heard it too, from this video on youtube.

My last French test was a 6, as my grammar were as good as perfect, and my teacher must have liked my improvised translations:) Those sentences we were supposed to translate  (from Norwegian to French) were the kind we would have had to known about beforehand to have any chance of getting it correct. Of course we didn't get to know about them, so most of the class panicked slightly:) Have a mentioned I occasionally dream I speak French? It's very nice, I speak correctly, without any hesitation, the way I wish I could to when I'm awake. I always forget some simple word we should have learned ages go:(

Dad bought me the entire Hornblower box-set when he visited England, and I adore it:) I've looked for ages here in Norway, to no avail. Sold-out everywhere in Trondheim and my hometown. He also bought me some Vampire Chronicle books, The Vampire Lestat, Queen of the Damned and Pandora/Vittorio (last one was a two-in-one volume, half-price. 5 dollars). I've read them all but Vittorio. Lestat is much better than Interview, but rather longwinded at times, Queen of the Damned is brilliant, and Pandora was 400 pages where nothing happened at all, except me getting spoiled of Armand's sad demise (silly boy. Why did you have to be so Christian?!). Armand is love, so that's just sad:(

I just came back from the doctor. I almost faint/throw up after P.E. sometimes, and my teacher wanted me to go. It' happening more and more often lately, three/four times this school year already, and though I've learned to live with it, she insisted. But as I already knew, there's nothing wrong with me, I'm just unfit with unhealthy habits, so my blood pressure falls or something (bread is one of the most disgusting things in the world, in my opinion, so I refuse to eat it. I don't even enjoy white bread). The doctor has sent blood tests to the hospital too, but I doubt there will be anything wrong with it, except perhaps too little iron.

I'm sure there was something else I wanted to say too, but I can't seem to remember it just now. 

EDIT: Good news! He walked home by himself!


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