Your Smile On Fire

...from the song Xavia

well this is a mismash

I am back and I am back with internets that I am not stealing from the neighbors. (Unlike last night when I emailed Erika.) And just where am I? you ask. Well. I will tell you. I am sitting on my bed. In my bedroom. In a house. In a neighborhood. In a town.

     But ha! It is a different bedroom in a different house in a different neighborhood. But not a different town. Yay! I have my own bathroom! I am attached to the kitchen! I have windows that look out over the town! And even more importantly, MY RADIO NOW GETS MY FAVORITE RADIO STATIONS. Woot woot!

     And that, my friendlies, is why I've been gone for a while. I've been moving. I've been unloading, unpacking boxes. I've been rearranging furniture with the help of my Taylor. I've been running up and down the stairs (Stairs! We have stairs!) and then sliding down them like I did when I was a little kid. Yes, I am very immature. I realize this.


In book-related news, I just finished The Friend Who Got Away, a collection of personal essays about lost friendships. Very sad but good and also it made me want to write an essay on the same subject. Also I'm reading Paper Hearts, which is odd because I rarely read adult books (to be honest a lot of times YA seems to be written better), but omg this book is AHMAZING and I recommend it to all. Oh, and to Jocelyn, here's the link to serafina67 *urgently requires life* (which, yays, Tay is now reading!) which I managed to get an ARC of. But it is so good. Seriously, I heart it.


I have other things I want to write about, so I'll be back around shortly.



jocelynp said:

Thanks for posting the link! I'll have to see if I can get an ARC (because of my book-reviewing, this is sometimes possible).

Yay for good radio stations! Until we got sattelite radio on the sattelite TV package, I was very sad not to be able to get any radio stations that were not gospel or country.

March 4, 2008 4:17 PM


Oct. 15 [going to work soon] [two school essays due; majorly nervous about both] [remember when i wrote that short story where the girl said "majorly" every other WORD practically? ha]