This is just a quick wave to say that I haven't disappeared.
But I'm currently computerless and also, internetless. My hard drive crashed and with it, took everything else to the drain. So basically I've lost everything that was in my comp. If I've been beta-ing for you, I'm so, so sorry. But I'm gonna make it up to you. Promise.
My comp's currently being ressurected, but um, my internet connection's taken a toll as well. It's crazy. I have no idea when this thing will be fixed, but I'm kinda going bonkers over here - not being able to blog, read your blogs etc.
Anyway, here's what I've been up to:
- looking at postgraduate courses and lots of tests, in turn, and basically, losing a lot of sleep.
- in respect to the above, I've also been away - to a totally different city - where I got lost and found my way back. I'm storing that up on my 'experience' file.
- getting lost is what I ended up doing on my 21st birthday, too - which was on the 3rd of July. And yeah, this was the weirdest birthday I've ever had. More on that later. Or, uh, lets just skip it.
- reading. Lots. And there's a lot of Meg Cabot involved. Yeah.
- writing. Lots. As much as I've been grumbling about being internetless, it's come to some good. I've done more writing recently than I can remember. That, perhaps, is the only thing that's been keeping me sane.
- Harry Potter. Basically, I've been moping about it and squealing about it. I can't wait for Deathly Hallows - II, and I also can't believe that it's all going to come to an end. Soon. And that's very troubling. You see, since the time I was 9 (I started reading the series two years after the first book came out) it's been something to look forward to. First there were the books, and then there were the movies. And then the books ended, so there was the mourning for that. But there were still the movies to look forward to. Now they, too, are coming to an end, and well, there's just nothing to look forward to anymore. It's unnerving. Meanwhile I've also been re-watching all the Harry Potter movies over and over again and it's so much fun watching the Daniel-Rupert-Emma fluctuate between kiddies and biggies. No, I'm not watching the movies in order, so that should explain it.
Which makes me wonder, which is your favourite Harry Potter movie?
until, my internet makes an appearance again, I'll let you sit on that.
oh, and in case you're wondering, I'm at a library computer. Which is not much fun, while writing blog posts.