Whoops, a marmot is in fact a squirrel-like rodent totally unintentional rodent reference! I was pronouncing it in my head like Elmo, except, obviously, it would be ermo. Glad you have a good sense of humor!
Now you're ahead of me, Marie! I have been holding off re-reading Twilight by; re-reading Harry Potter (working so far), reading fanfiction (what I'm working on is pretty readable), watching Twilight movies, and after 3 days away, posting on the forums. I haven't been away from the forums for so long in weeks, maybe months! But I feel a re-read coming up in the near future ....
PetiteSageHibou wrote:Breaking Dawn: 1, and never again >.<
I've heard that a lot of people don't care for it at all. While parts I'm not fond of, other parts are my very favorite in the whole series (nothing's funnier than Bella in the Guardian, IMO ). By the time I finish Eclipse I cannot stop myself from reading BD.
How sad I am I am reading through the series for the umpteenth time; amd in New Moon and I cried AGAIN when Edward left. I thought I was over that because I hadn't cried the last couple of times. And I KNOW the saga has a happy ending!
in New Moon and I cried AGAIN when Edward left. I thought I was over that because I hadn't cried the last couple of times.
Sometimes it just hits harder than others. Honestly, the first time I read it, I didn't cry at all. I figured since there were 2 more books it must end happily, so I just read through it. Now, when I read it, I'm depressed and have the hardest time getting through it.
But, then we get to Italy, and we can all breathe again.
"I squared my shoulders and walked forward to meet my fate, with my destiny solidly at my side."
Re-reading again! Almost done with Twilight. Reading HP didn't work. Instead I got obsessed with Openhome's AWESOME fanfiction (have rarely ever read fanfic before), successfully spent a week focusing on how behind I was on my work ... And now I'm diving back into my fav addiction.
Marie Masen wrote: "...in New Moon and I cried AGAIN when Edward left."
I'll never forgot how my jaw hit the floor and the feeling of horror that came over me the first time I turned the month pages and saw OCTOBER - NOVEMBER - DECEMBER - JANUARY.