I’m very ok with this.
I’m very ok with this.
My dash is being evil and not loading more posts =(
I think it’s because I’m often like the characters that are in the main group but are not the one in the limelight. If you’re familiar with Avatar: The Last Airbender, he’s like Sokka who’s in the main group, but has to do everything he does without bending abilities.
To try putting it another way, Hermione would be the brain, Harry the soul and Ron would be the heart, in my opinion.
Plus I love gingers.
Pansy Parkinson. There’s just… No point to her, is there? She’s just a petty, snobbish girl who attempts to rub elbows with people better off than her (Malfoy) and makes fun of anyone else. I guess it’s because of a lack of character development? NOT THAT I’M COMPLAINING. I mean, how many characters are there in this series? It would have been IMPOSSIBLE to take them all on a journey. In a way, it makes it more like ~real life~ There are always those people who are the peripheral vision of your life, and you never really pay them any attention, you don’t really know what is going on with them on a day to day or even moth to month/year to year basis, and you don’t really care.
Ahahaha I love it. And I saw how she found you, and I love that too!
The worst thing is when you have no idea how to start off a paper. WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM ME?
I love Amazons sense of humor. But anyway…
Yes, my Kindle has arrived! I already had on around this time last year, but I was not a careful responsible owner and bad things happened. That will not be happening this time. I will be getting a nice burn orange cover with w built in book light as soon as school is over. Which is fine, because I’m making myself not play with this until school is over.
I love physical books, and I love holding physical books. But real books do not love me, at least not the paperbacks. I have hyperhidrosis, which basically means my hands sweat a lot more than they should. Because of this, it makes it REALLY hard for me to read a paperback book without the cover and pages warping. The other alternative is hardbacks, which is a bit too expensive for my taste.
Basically, I know some people have this unreasonable hate for ereaders or feel ~superior~ for reading ‘real’ books, but haters gunna hate. WE’RE ALL STILL READING.