So, I realise that right now, instead of blogging, I really should be doing my Biology assignment, but I just can't be bothered. It's my very last assignment for the year, before summer holidays (and then, if we really want to further the calender, grade 11), but I've worked my butt off for pretty much all of my subjects for the past 3 or 4 weeks. I'M NOT EVEN KIDDING. I got 100% on my Maths B exam. I think that, that sums it up. So, even though I know I should be doing classification work with Biology, my mind is wandering off into blogging land, and what's going to happen on Glee and Vampire Diaries tonight.
I've become a teensy bit obsessed with Vampire Diaries, and I realise that this isn't healthy, but, to be honest, I don't actually watch very much TV, if any at all. So, when I finally do find a TV show that I actually enjoy, I tend to watch it for, like, ever. Like, for instance, I've become completely obsessed with Castle. Other shows that have captured my attention include: Vampire Diaries (no duh), Merlin, Midsomer Murders, Doctor Who (big thumbs up for Doctor Who and Matt Smith), and Sherlock.
Speaking of TV, who here has seen Harry Potter? *raises hand awkwardly* And guess what? I'm seeing it again tomorrow! THAT is how much I think you should see it. One of my other friends has already seen it twice, and may quite possibly be going to see it a third time tomorrow as well. I'm re-reading the blog post and I'm kinda wondering how I got Harry Potter from TV, but oh well.
Since I'm such a good student, I'll probably go back to writing about classification and sea stars in about five minutes, but I'm still procrastinating, so shh! Now, I can't remember what I wrote in my last blog post about NaNoWriMo, but I haven't really written anything new. I'm still just over 23,000 words. Why? One can't help but wonder. Why? Because I've been busy with school work, BUT I plant on using my early time off wisely, and write the 10,000+ words within a matter of a couple of days, to catch up. I know, I'm a freak.
Reading my biology assignment, I can't help but question - does anybody else know how hard it is to write about supra littoral, littoral and sub littoral zones, as well as sea stars on one page. WITH pictures. I've had to minimise the font heaps. Probably not good.
Oh well, continue being lovely, lovelies!
p.s Who of you wants a new book review? And, if so, what book?
p.s.s. Oh, and you know what else? I've become pro at writing bibliographies recently. THAT IS LEGIT. ;)
BOOK CURRENTLY READING: Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl