Tuesday, August 18, 2009

I'm not that girl, I can't be that girl.

Those magical little places...those rhythmical words...I'm not that girl. I don't wear vintage dresses and take pictures of the light filtering through the trees. I have never looked like a fairy or a princess just for the heck of it; I don't wear sandals. I don't weave words in a way that it's poetry in prose. I don't live in some quaint little town in England. I've never discussed a dress. Ever.
But I'm someone, aren't I?

I've always been fascinated by red trench coats...and, I think, for good reason. They're so amazingly awesome!

I love it. Lovelovelove it. Can you see it? It's the Joker!

K. Picture time over. Time for music!
These is my love songs (pertaining to me):

  1. Nicest Thing by Kate Nash
  2. Time is Running Out by Muse
  3. Stay by Safetysuit
  4. You Belong With Me by Taylor Swift
  5. No Surprise by Daughtry
  6. Please Don't Leave Me by Pink
  7. Use Somebody by Kings of Leon
  8. Sweet Dreams by Beyonce

I'm sure you can all guess who this is directed towards. The ones in bold are the most relevant.
Comment! Please! I'm so lonely!


  1. Don't feel lonely!

    I am interested in reading the Tolstoy books, but I figure I should wait until I'm older and have experienced more.

    I believe in my English class next year I'll read The Great Gatsby (at the moment two copies are stacked on my desk)...

  2. ...out of the list you have on the bottom of books to read I've only read a measly two. Animal Farm by George Orwell and To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

    In all honesty, I think most of these books are more meaningful once you are older. You can read them, yet you won't get so much out of it. Do you know what I mean? Not to say you couldn't physically read it and comprehend it, but it won't CONNECT. Or it will only partially. Lists aren't bad, though.

    Question: do you know what an allegory is?

    I want to read in the next year:
    1984 by George Orwell
    Atonement by Ian McEwan
    Beloved by Toni Morrison
    The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
    Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
    Lord of the Flies by William Golding
    Go Ask Alice by Beatrice Sparks
    Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers