Dec. 22nd, 2009

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So this is my first time begging this season, but I feel it's warranted. :)

My entry this week was not my best, and understandably, I am right at the bottom. One vote either way could either keep me in by the skin of my teeth or kick me off the island, so to speak, so please, if you could, go here and drop a vote for me? I would be forever grateful and I am going to make sure I don't have such a terrible week next time!

Thanks so much to those who have already voted for me!
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I haven't really been posting enough to justify this as any sort of timeline of what went on during 2009, but I'm doing it anyway. Just because. I bet most of them will be book reviews (which I will get back to in 2010, I promise, and maybe even before that, although I lost count).

January: Wow, it feels so weird to be able to write that once more. Like I said, the beginning of a book review. Loved, loved, loved The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, by the way. It comes highly recommended!

February: Before I start, let me just say that I am counting the 400 pages of Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell I read during the last three weeks, because I am not about to just throw those pages away. More book reviews. Saying what I could about what Barack Obama has been doing in office for the past eleven months, he sure can write.

March: I broke up with my boyfriend on Wednesday. Oh, please don't make me relive this experience again. Why must I always choose the boyfriends who end up being bastards in the end?

April: Ugh, I am sick. I also wrote a bit about Outlander and To Kill a Mockingbird. My goal for 2010 is to finish the Outlander series, since I only have... three left, I think? I can't believe I also read To Kill a Mockingbird twice, once on my own terms and the other time for school. I just finished it a week or so ago.

May: I have five Dreamwidth codes, if anyone's interested. I don't think I've posted on Dreamwidth once since then. Just because I don't know anyone, and I'm a little timid when it comes to making new friends. If anyone has a Dreamwidth, though, you can add me here, and I'll try to post more. I know there are some features I like there that Livejournal doesn't have, although LJ will forever be my home.

June: I just have to do this meme. I don't know why I said I had been in a band. I don't remember my thought processes.

July: So let's just pretend I haven't been AWOL for three weeks.

August: I can't believe that summer is almost over. Ah, reminisces about my boyfriend and my summer.

September: Okay, so I actually have a legitimate reason for not posting for... two weeks again. Nothing interesting here, just moaning about school work

October: I have not, as of yet, stopped being friends with a person just because they share different political views from myself. Writer's block response. I loved that post.

November: Votes for Question 1 in Maine are being tallied as we speak. I still remember being so excited -- even though I didn't put it into words at that moment -- when No on 1 was winning. 

*sigh* Maine, what am I going to do with you?

December: "Daaaaa-aaad, come up and kiss me!" All of you have probably already read this by now.

I am looking at my Archives right now, and I am noticing how bare my calendar is. I desperately need to start posting more. I'll start right now, and hopefully for 2010, I'll be able to write more.

I also want to start my book reviews again. I got out of the habit of doing them, but I want to start them again. I'll be finishing Frankenstein sometime over Christmas break, so that'll probably be my first new book review.


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