Since it's been a while since I last posted here, I thought I'd just write a little something. The fall semester is almost over, which means I'm excited about winter break but not looking forward to taking final exams.
I just took my third organic chemistry exam yesterday. I have no idea how I did, but I'm glad it's over. (Now, Ijust have to survive the final.)
My plans for winter break are as follows:
2. Write (hopefully post more chapters of my fanfictions and maybe even post some new ones)
3. Get a head start on next semester's studying (unlikely to happen, but it's good to plan it, right?)
4. Watch lots of "Star Trek.
Greetings once again.
As of today, there are fifteen days until the release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows." In my last journal entry, I wrote that I wasn't sure whether I should try to read all six "Harry Potter" books before the seventh one is released. My love of all things Potter took over and I decided I would try. I am currently on the second book "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." My effort may be futile but I'll try. After all, one should always try, right?
One thing I've noticed as I've been reading is that I look at Book Two a lot differently now that I've read Book Six. When I first began reading the serie
As of today, there are twenty-one days left until the release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the seventh book in J. K. Rowling's amazing "Harry Potter" series. Like many fans, I am waiting impatiently for July 21, 2007. On this day, I will be on vacation, visiting my aunt. I have already reserved my copy of book 7 in a Barnes and Noble by my aunt's house. Yes, I am that obsessed.
As July 21st approaches, I'm sure many fans are rereading the first six books in the series for the umpteenth time. I sincerely wish I could do this, but I very much doubt that it will happen. The list of books that I've never read befo