I miss weekends (but not unemployment)
Today was the first (and only) day that I had neither class nor work since May 2nd. I spent it doing homework, mostly.
After finishing Pratchett’s The Truth, I started reading Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere at the suggestion of a new friend(?), which was a mistake. I’m having trouble stopping and switching to studying for my LSAT, which is in a week. My new friend(?) happens to be my LSAT prep class instructor, so, whoops. It also doesn’t help that my cousin and I just got Super Mario Galaxy...
The washing machine just ate my clothes. Somehow a couple shirts got stuck under the agitator, and spinning without freedom of motion tangled all my long sleeves into a big mess, so they were soaking wet and stretched out when I untangled them and put them in the dryer. It was most of my cute tops and sweaters, too. Here’s hoping that they somehow make it out in normal shape.
I promise I will return to my regular internet presence in a few weeks. I’m currently overbooked, but that should change after I take the LSAT on June 7th. (See you then, Little Brother.)
Thanks for the help. I ended up just going to the bookstore and browsing for old favorites. I decided on Ella Enchanted and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, for now. I think I’ll probably just keep buying her books as she finishes them, so those suggestions will be helpful in the future. Also, I ran across Mr. Popper’s Penguins, which I remember being awesome in 3rd...
Good children's fiction?
Hey ladies and gents, I need your help. There is a little girl in my life, Indigo, a 9 year old, whose 10th birthday is tomorrow. She watches too much TV and doesn’t read or go outside enough. However, I got her The Enchanted Forest Chronicles (you know, the Dealing with Dragons series) for Christmas, and when I was musing that I might get her a book again for her birthday, my cousin told...