Saturday, 17 July 2010

Fanx muchly

for all the beautiful comments, I know I sound like a broken record but they mean so much to me. Ok something weird just happened, I have just woken up from a 13hour sleep. 13 Fucking hour! 13!! Holy shit, my mum said she came in to check I was still alive and thought I'd fallen into a coma, I looked peaceful apparently.

So yeah I thought maybe I'll go camping, but I was too late, I'll go next time though. I don't know what I'm doing today, I have to go and see my dady, he's not well, he has blood poisoning, he's leg is all swollen and he can't walk so well. He got tablets which is good because the last time he had this he ended up in hospital on a drip, at least he knew what it was this time. Then I have some housework to do. (I've decided to look at housework from a different angle, it's not that bad, I do enjoy it it's calming and hey I burn lots of cals.) I also plan to read today.

I used to be a complete bookworm when I was little, but rearly read now. I find I am a bit slow, not dyslexic, just slow, so I tend to shy away from it, but I want to read again, I loved it. I have 3 books at the minute,
Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets Now these I can read, I have read them all before and I love them
Withering Tights by Louise Rennison I read a whole series of books by her when I was about 13 and remember them being good, funny. It's just looked at the whole growing up thing, being a teenager, and trying to show its not as bad as we think. As you can see I don't take them that way, oh well still a good read.
Percy Jackson And The Lightening Thief: I just realised that this is now a film, I was wondering if anyone had read these? Let me know if you have.

Okay I realise that these are not the most challenging books in the world, but I have not read since I was 15 probably, even then I only read Harry Potter, so I was 13 the last time I was reading properly. I know, I feel awful, I really hope I can get back into it, and move up to "the grown up" books hehe.
If anyone has any recommendations, book-wise, please let me know. It would be much appreciated.
Enjoy your weekend everyone.

I just wanna say that, Rachel and Luna, I love you girls so much you are always commenting and saying just the right things to make me feel a bit better, so thank you for that.
Rachel, we will most definately, I hope the earth lets our paths cross, it's cruel how we get on so well with people we will never meet. Thanks, your my beautiful twin, I love you
And luna, I will definately go camping next time they are going, you sound like you have fun on your camping trips, I would love to go on one with you. I Love you.

I love every single one of you, I find it had to explain how I feel about you all, but everytime I log on and see I have recieved a comment my heart flutters. And when I don't have the change to read your blogs I pine for you. I love you, thank you so much for making me apart of this wonderful, magical community.


  1. I've just started reading Steinbeck's East of Eden and it's fantastic!

  2. I'm glad you're part of this community [: I may not comment all the time, but I read every one of your posts ^^
    Reading is good, I love it, and this summer I planned to read a whole bunch but I really haven't read all that much yet! Fail.
    Haha, love you, hope today goes well for ya :)

  3. I'm also planning to read Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets! I just bought the whole series a few months ago, but haven't had time to read them due to homework. Anyways, I just wanted to say that I enjoy reading your posts(:

  4. I have a secret love of housework too. I find it distracts me, so I don't want to eat, and it burns calories! + I like seeing things clean :) hehee.
    You should read some Cecelia Ahern books. They are wonderful! I love the way she writes.
    I hope your Dad gets better!

    Bali x

  5. harry potter books really are great! I know what you mean about the slow thing. I enjoy reading but dont do it much because it takes me an enormous amount of time to get through a book. So I don't read anything but harry potter and select other books.
    One book i really really liked was Along for the Ride, by sarah dessen. idk why, my inner teenage girl came out when I read it. I loved it.

  6. your post motivated me to do more housework. maybe i'll try to focus on that more instead of mindless eating when im bored :)
    enjoy the reading :)

  7. I would recommend Geek Love by Katherine Dunn. It's hilarious and probably a good novel for transitioning to "grown up" books. It's narrated by an albino hunchback dwarf. lol

  8. Hey just dropping by, have you heard of That's a great website for finding new books to read and for reviewing what you've already read or keeping track of what you want to read.

  9. Ah Rachel, i absolutely adore you! i most definitely look forward to reading your blogs. I agree it is cruel that we meet on here and it feels like the people here understand you the most, yet you may never actually meet them! But still...maybe a rave will bring us together:) your so beautiful rach, and so encouraging. i dont know what i would do without you! Stay strong lovely<3
    and THANK YOU for being so amazing!!