I sometimes say "bless you" not always. I was once told that everytime you sneeze your brain, lungs, and heart stop. That was the reason for saying "bless you" I'm not sure this is the correct reason for saying "bless you" when someone sneezes.
A new computer even though mine isn't old I don't like how it runs. I hate microsoft.
English, I love to write. I love to read and I think I would be a good english professor.
The San Luis Valley in Colorado on a clear night.
The nights are so clear and it feels like you can see every star in the sky. The coolest thing I have ever seen was a metor shower that looked like fireworks thi the night sky.
There is a line in the edited version of the Princess Bride that goes something like were going to skip the next hundred or so pages because they have no meaning for the book. Reading this book was something like that I did like the storyline and the plot, the book itself left me disappointed.
It isn't in me to be down on any book I love books all books. For some reason I just couldn't get into the story on this one. I tried I even finished the whole book and read it again thinking that maybe since I had finished it I would like it. I was still disappointed with the second reading. I am not sure what it was about this book that made it so hard for me to read and why it disappionted me I just felt like it wasn't worth the time it took for me to read it the two times I did.
The plot of the story is great the story line itself is good the movie is by far and away better then the book. You don't have to wade through the endless dwaddle to get to the good parts with the movie.
Four girls meet on the first day of their freshmen year of high school and they become fast friends. They have to unravel what happened in one of their pasts and help her come to terms with the past.
While they all are finding their way in the school and finding out new things about themselves. They all have secrets that come to the surface as they solidify their friendship and learn about eachother.
Go out live a little and have some fun it won't kill you.
I have lived like I grew up in a convent. I never went to a party, dated, or just had friends that I would hang out with. I grew up moving every six months to a year all my life and I learned early in life it was easier to leave if I didn't leave friends behind. So at some point in my life I just stopped trying to make friends. The ones I made up and could move from place to place were better in my mind.
My sisters and brothers never seemed to have the same problem I did. They would make friends with abandon and think I was a weirdo freak because I would avoid people my age. The few friends I did make in schools ended up ripping me up so much inside that I no longer wanted to be with people. I still don't for the most part.