RoseSpecialist wrote:jettabugfox wrote:
You're welcome. But your other comment confuses me. Reading a Twilight book...a couple of scenes...at a time?
Um, that doesn't...compute.
I'm sorry, but that line reminds me of the scene in New Moon when Edward says he doesn't want her and Bella's reaction is:
"You...don't...want me?" I tried out the words, confused by the way they sounded, placed in that order.
Hehe, I was actually stealing a line from Surf's Up (is that the surfing penguin movie?). One of my daughter's favorites, of course. But that works, too! Those words don't make sense to meeeeee!!!!
jettabugfox wrote:Anyway, I had to leave school early today to pick up my daughter (who has a 101 temp), so I will be reading all afternoon. It's too cold to do anything else but snuggle on the couch with her and read while she's watching Wall-E.
OOoooo. Poor daughter. Hope she feels better soon!!
How are you able to listen to all the music while sitting on the couch? Do you have an iPhone/PDA/laptop with Internet access to the playlist.com playlist? Please, oh, please don't tell me you actually went on iTunes and BOUGHT ALL those songs so they'd be on your iPod?
After all the hard work I went through to make them available for free?
No, I would NEVER do that... I only bought a few songs from iTunes. I have a very beautiful Mac laptop and a wireless modem. The laptop sits on my lap and the book sits on it. Works better that way so that I can look at the spreadsheet you so graciously sent me.
I just finished the part where Edward leaves. I have read New Moon about 6 times, and I am getting better at holding my emotions in check (well, to the point where I'm not blubbering through chapter 3 through 23 ). When Fly Away started, I just about DIED again. Then I read it through again with Chasing Cars. And Goodbye My Lover? Apocalypse Please? Blackout? WAS IT A DREAM?!?! Gawd, it was all so terrible and wonderful at the same time. Seriously, if you all haven't started reading with the playlist.com list going, you should. Rosespecialist is a genius.