Reading in the park next to Navy Pier for four hours. Ostensibly a good idea, but I've developed what my friend has dubbed 'a reader sunburn.' This is apparently where your knuckles remain pale white (as you are, of course, pale white) and the backs of your hands suddenly resemble half-boiled lobsters. You were worth it, New York Regional Mormon Singles Halloween Dance.
Okay, people. Here it is. Where you sign up to read the entire Harry Potter series (or to reminisce fondly), starting January 2013, assuming we all survive the Mayan apocalypse. I don't think I'm even going to get to Tina and Bette's reunion on The L Word until after Christmas, so here's hopin'. You guys know how this works. Sign up if you want to. If you're new to the blog, know that we are mostly not going to take this seriously. And when we do take it seriously, it's going to be all Monty Python quotes when we disagree on something like the other person's opinion on Draco Malfoy. So be prepared for your parents being likened to hamsters. If you want to write lengthy, heartfelt essays, that is SWELL. But this is maybe not the readalong for you. It's gonna be more posts with this sort of thing: We're starting Sorceror's/Philosopher's Stone January 4th. Posts will be on Fridays. The first post will be some sort of hilar
Sunburns suck, but at least the book was worth it.ReplyDelete
@Red It totally was, although the backs of my legs got badly burned and I'm having a hard time walking today. *Fortunately* I'm a receptionist and I pretty much just sit.ReplyDelete