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HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS!
I found an app that lets me write crap MUCH MUCH MUCH easier than actually logging in here and write an actual entry.
Day 1 written in like 2 mins.
Where was I?
Books and Bones?
Then nothing has changed :)
I still spend an obscenely amount of time on fictional love stories and indulge in geeky forensic anthropology details at other times. I've thrown all my social life out of the window. The only time I actually do interact is at work, and when I stop by to grab dinner after work!
Did I mention I was all about David Boreanaz now? Everytime he smiles and winks I melted a little..or died a little inside. Ok well I might have exaggerated a little but damn he's hot!
Oh and I do have a new indulgence. I'm mad on smoothies these days so I wake up 10 minutes earlier everyday to make a Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal Smoothie for breakfast. Sinfully good. And I also double the dollop of peanut butter every time. I really put my mum's blender to good use.
It's so easy to whip up this perfect breakfast. 1 cup of vanilla yogurt, 1 cup of milk, 1/4 cup of old fashioned rolled oats, 1 medium banana frozen overnight and as much peanut butter as you want.
It is honestly the next best thing after Nutella. I wish I'd discover it sooner.
So there you go. Books, Bones and PB Banana Oatmeal Smoothie. Sums up my life right now!
I have nothing in my life to update you with.
I spent 10 hours at work, 7 hours of sleep at best, food, a little bit of gym. The remaining hours are all spent on my 2 new found loves - books (or rather, ebooks) and bones.
My real world has been replaced completely by books (not that I'm complaining). I now have a serious deviation from real life, where I enjoyed being with the fictional characters one after another, and honestly, one of the worst feeling is feeling like I'm getting dumped by all the fictional characters after finishing one book. I used to see people in the bus reading, in the plane, and heck, even when they're lying on the beach with shades and bikinis under the sun, they're still holding a book. I always doubted if they're actually reading or it's just all a pretense. I should have known better. Now, even amidst a party, I managed to block everything out and just indulge in my wonderful fictions. I know. It really can't be healthy. I can't even remember the last time I see my actual friends! Each time they suggest dinner or weekend malls, I managed to give an excuse so I can stay home and read. This is VERY bad.
And then, my sister introduced me to Bones. I started from Season 1 and I'm hooked! I'm onto Season 3 right now and pissed that Funshion decided to block the access and now I have to skip Season 3 and 4 to go straight to 5! What on earth!
That's my 2 favorite things now. Lying in bed with a book and watch Bones at the same time. Bliss!
I haven't been feeling much excitement towards anything. And whilst I tried, I didn't feel the least bit of kick from anything. I fell asleep a while ago. When I startled awake after only merely 30 minutes of some awesome dream, I felt that ache, because of how mundane I felt things in my real life are right now. I wish there's a sweet surprise hiding at the corner making me smile.
I finally gave in.
For the past couple of weeks (or months?), I have been toying with the idea of getting an ebook reader. But I just couldn't do it. I hate it. I hate reading from this flat screen gadget. I love my paperbacks. I love my coarse yellow imperfect paper. I love how they fit in my hand. I love the sound of turning the pages. I love finishing the book and closing the last page, as if closing a chapter of my life. I love putting it on my lap while I fiddle with my phone. I love them the way they are.
But the convenience tempts me. The promise of thousands of book with just a click away tempts me. The portability and how it fits in my handbag while I travel around in buses and trains tempts me. The cheap $7.99 ebook tempts me.
So I gave in.
It's finally here for me. The age of ebook.
Now that everyone is back to where they belong and do what they used to do, I will also bury my head back into my fantasy world of Kellan Kyle the Rock God.
Hopefully work day tomorrow will ease up a little bit!
Haha. I cannot agree more! ..after spending 1 whole day buried in the book without turning on my laptop or checking on my mobile. I couldn't put the book down. No funshion *gasps* No PPS *gasps* 8 continuous hours of Christian Grey drives me crazy. Now I'm feeling a little upset when it ended. 3 books in 1 week full of Christian Grey phew now I'm suffering from Christian Grey withdrawal symptoms. I even googled it and seems like Im not the only one since there's a fifty support group =)
To start with, I might even add the desire to sample fine wines and eating oysters as my withdrawal symptom haha.
The movie is going to be out next year (I hope), I cannot wait! The little insight from the final book leaves me craving for a 4th book from Christian's point of view. That would be damn interesting!