Good day, darling! haha I understand about typing. I tpye rather quickly (got your referance perfectly) However, I'm a bit more of a... Idunno... fast typer *too lame to think up referance*. Congrats on your car, hun! My dad's been teaching me to drive but I still don't have a car of my own (which doesn't bother me much, it's a small town and I dont go many places yet.) I look terrible on my state ID used for flying, so don't worry. I look like a cross between a druggie and the grudge in my picture. I name my possessions too. My Kindle is Watson, its charcer is Holmes, my laptop is Loki and my phone is known as Athena haha. I've been reading tons, too. Mostly older stuff, H.G. Wells and Arthur Conan Doyle with some Sir Thomas Mallory, flavored in with bits of newer stuff. I read Cassandra Clare's second Infernal Devices "Clockwork Prince" in three days. That series is far better than her first and I adore both Jem and Will... oh and "The Hangman's Daughter." Other than that we now have Netflix and Lia is in love. I've watched Repo! The Genetic opera, some japanese horror, Dr. Horible's Sing-Along blog and Howl's Moving Castle. I'm happy.
Hey! sorry for not talking to you. For one thing. I had finals to study for (Finals are bag of suck) and had some drama in my life--not to mention reading to pass time. That or talking to me dog.
As for your question, Wicked as in what I was referring to was Wicked: The Life & Times of the Wicked Witch of The West. It's what the musical was based on (though truly the book is much more dark and philosophical. Though Fiyero and Galinda are cooler in Musicalverse...). I think you're thinking of "Wicked Lovely" which I believe is about faeries. I've not read them though. My English teacher has merely asked we read sometimes over winter break that is 'a challenge.' So, I'm decided to read the entire collection of Sherlock Holmes. In two weeks xD. That'll show him I can tackle a challenge. Conan Doyle in two weeks. Oh my deaerie me. Someone won't be sleeping.
So, how have you been, dear? Better than me, I do hope.
Happy Thanksgiving too! I understand. With my play for Drama I wasn't on several days in a row--too tired constantly, and if I wasn't tired, I was upsetwith my director and were I to have logged on, I'd be banned for swearing every other word. It was like "Censores* Mr Pearson *censored* die *censored* in a *censored* HOLE!!" most days.. heh...
I know what you mean about reading. I'm currently reading 3 books. Wicked, Anthem and The Time Machine. All of which I love.
And I'm sure it won't suck. Even so, if she's your mother, she'll love it anyway. I know it's cheesy, but it's true. I dont know how many crappy homemade gifts whilst still learning to sew I made my dad (Blankets that fell apart I've recently been able to fix, a shirt once, a weird stuffed animal thing) that he was genuinely therilled with xD.
Musical Duo name - Evelyn Evelyn. my favorite song by them is also called "Evelyn Evelyn" the whole band is kinda a story of two conjoined twins named "Eva" and "Lynn" who, during past as circus freaks were called Evelyn Evelyn. Thanks for their "Friends Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley" (the two musicians actually portraying the girls), they travel as musicians now.
I like your tree pictures, m'dear!
Also, yes, Persephone (Goddess of Spring) was the daughter of the earth goddess, Demeter. Hades fell in love at first sight with her and took her to the underworld. One of tyhe things she was told there was never to eat food of the underworld, lest she be bound to it. However, in her time there she began to fall in love with Hades. Demeter wept over her daughter, refusing the earth of its care, it grew cold and barren. Out of neccessity, Zeus agreed to fetch the girl back again. However, due to not entirely wanting to depart, Persephone ate three pomegranite seeds--she would have to spend three months of a year in the Underworld now. During those months, Demeter once again led the land into winter, warming it up once more with her daughter's return. It's the greek season myth, AND a love story of sorts.
haha I promise I'll write a kick@$$ fantasy with actual accuracyt and plot :) and have my students read good books too.
ha, I love inside joke-like things like that. Most definately, you should put the bunny eater thing up!
As for the Puritain-esque woman, no her name was not Elita. Go to the "What do you think of lesbians and bisexual girls" thread and you'll see her
No problem. Yesterday I was in a gross mood, didnt talk to anyone or get on either. I know the feeling by faaar. Your obsession with werewolves? 'S got nothing on my obsesion with Hades *is going as Persephone for Halloween*. I love mythological thins, and hey, shapeshifting lycanthropes rock! I have to rely largely on my local library xD. hhaha it's great you love wolves so much, it makes me smile when people have such passion and love of something that they go into a profession for it. I want to be an English Teacher/journalist until I manage to publish a book. Glad you like my book taste! btw, by chivalry, I mean fellowship, honor and epic knightly adventures. I rarely care about their girlfriends. For example "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" is one of my favorites by far. It tells of a minor Arthurian knight--Gawain. Hmm, I lso enjoy anything where I van find versions of the Hades/Persephone myth... and, I'll admit, I actually LIKED the Oddessey. The Mistso f Avalon is also a great novel (by Marion Zimmer Bradley) dealing only with the lives of the most important women in the chivalry age -- I LOVE Morgaine, she's awesome and strong. Ha-ha, I HAVE noticed we always post lengthy, somewhat personal comments on each other's walls. Ha-ha, ahhh welll!
I changed the pic... bbecause I felt like it. I get tired of hving the same pic for a long time, so i changed it! It's currently a logo for a musical duo I'm fond of, and I got tired of L.
I like the one you've picked--you should totally use it! :)
haha Vampi and I made friends as we both disliked an extremely anti-gay puritan-esque woman
Mhm, snarky is a compliment to me. It connotatyes intelligent in my eyes. Agh, I know! I really wanted this book I found last week--but it was 26 bucks. I, as a teenager, am not made of money. My book taste? I'm REALLY into a couple different things. I love anything set in the Victorian era if it's well written. It has an extreme dark, haunting, elegant and smart feel--especially if it's fantasy! ahhh. I'm also into things with knights and fey and such. King Arthur stuff? Age of chivalry stories? Love it! I also like things based on mythology--ya know, faeries, monsters, celtic gods... then I like old actual mythology books--ya know, translatons of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, norse poems, Greek myths... Then I also like ready fanstasy/action manga. Then every so often I'll pick up a sci-fi that I like. Yourself? Ha, thart's cool. I had a tv a few years ago but it was defective T.T
I agree. having ups and downs is a part of life, and it;s mostly about dealing with and remaining real and centered in the 'downs'
I agree. Halloween is always fun with such things. I LOVe scary movies and creepy movies--not to mention watching tim burton movies all weekend every weekend leading up to Halloween! Christmas is also quite wonderful. It carries... a good smell with it. Christmas smels like cinnamon, pine and warmth<3
Ahh, understandable. Homecoming was this weekend. I dreaded it for a bit... but I ended up having a lot of fun. Though apparently my girlfriend, my gay friend and I are a threesome now according to my best friend xD. I know what you mean about wanting to be locked up in your room screaming. Also, October is my favorite month! Halloween, hoodie weather, fall begininning... <3
haha have fun with your nonstop aunt! I've got an aunt like that.