Friday, November 18, 2011

Better Late than Never, Right?

Wow! It's Friday and I haven't posted yet. Many a sorry from me to you! I know you've been waiting in great suspense. Haha.

Anyway, the last couple days have been filled with crazy busyness. Lots of work stuff and writing my WIP and not feeling super good. I just woke up from an I'm-not-feeling-so-hot nap and thought it was Saturday morning already. That made me feel bad because I didn't check in with the blogosphere yet. But alas, it's still Friday and I can say, "Hello!"

Well, last night I saw Breaking Dawn. Eep! It was super good. Yes, the poor person next to me probably wanted to wring my neck for all the giggling, but I couldn't hold it back. Bless people's hearts who have to deal with my while watching movies. Or while I'm reading books. You can't hate me for being a super active watcher of movies and reader of books. It could be thought of as hilarious if you really think about it. 

Well, I'm going to get on my soap box for a minute. Ok, I pretty much hate it when people won't read a book because there's way too much hype about it (ie: Twilight or Harry Potter). Just read 'em, silly people. It's just literature which has probably inspired many a person to read, myself included. You never know, you may just like 'em, too! :D 

*Steps off soap box*

All right, Breaking Dawn was pretty great. A couple cheesy parts but what are you to do? And the end scene was A-FREAKING-AWESOME! Pretty much prime bam-hit-you-in-the-face videography.

Have you seen Breaking Dawn? What were your thoughts?

Well, these are my Friday thoughtseven if they are a little late. Yet, better late than never, right? And I just thought of how funny my blog post title is when put in context with Breaking Dawnbetter late than never . . . Get it? Anyway, bye!

Writing. Jewels.


  1. I completely understand and agree with you on people who don't read a series because of the hype! One of my friends (who was a former Twihard herself) won't even mention the series without some kind of crude tag added onto it, nor will she watch the movies. Not that she's missing out on anything super huge, and she totally makes up for it by loving Harry Potter obsessively, but still a little disheartening.

    Unfortunately, I still haven't seen Breaking Dawn but I plan on hitting the movies in two weeks or so and go see it. I figure if I wait for the crowds to die I can enjoy it better, you know, instead of hearing a pack of screaming eight-year-olds proclaiming their undying love for Edward or Jacob.

  2. Alivia - I love that you and I see eye to eye on the reading books even though they are hyped up!

    You should go see it now just for the heck of it! You'd probably have hated sitting next to me. I'm a Team Edward all the way girl. I giggled about him!

    Thanks for your comment!

  3. I have a review of it on my blog. But I gave it 3.5 fangs since I wish they would have combined Pt.1 and 2 together.

  4. Yeah, the part 1 and 2 thing is odd but now that I've seen part 1, LM Preston, I think it'll work out rather well. Made the movie not rushed. I love that your rating system is with fangs! I'll have to check out your review soon! Thanks for the comment. :)

  5. I can't WAIT to see it!!!! The trailer looks amazzzzzzing!!!!!!!

  6. Saw it. LOVED it. I can't wait to see it again.

    And I totally agree. What's even the point of not reading something just because a ton of people love it?

  7. Kelley -

    Love that you love Breaking Dawn. I'd like to go see it again . . . tomorrow. haha.

    Amen sister on agreeing with me on hyped up books. People read em. Who cares if there's all the hype... Pft!