Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Blame It On The Rain

My paper is done! Well, it has been... I actually finished it on Sunday... Heh, about that update... I did get to write the second part of my epic poem. It's going pretty well. Asakurii the Destroyer. Hu-ya-ha! Whatever. I like it so far, so I'm quite pleased with the outcome of the tale as it goes so far.


Aright, what else? We don't have school today. It's such a fail of a snow day. Well, at least it was this morning. It's snowing now. I guess that's kinda cool. Thank you snow, I appreciate you. It's actually been a really Snow Day Filled Winter. Yeah. Capital letters for the win. What now.

Animal Crossing is fun. I ordered the DS version of the game because I got tired of trying to play it just on the Wii. Get's lonesome, ya know? So that's the deal with that. I think I'm going to write a couple poems today. I'm happy I have a relaxing snow day. I'd usually be in Algebra class right now, so I'm relishing the fact that I'm not. Lucky for me, I already did all of my homework. I just need to study for some tests now. Meh. Doesn't sound too fun, but I'll prevail. I usually do.

The snow is so beautiful. Do you ever find yourself getting lost in the view of snow? How it sets on the branches of the trees and when you look into the woods, its' the perfect combination of brown and white? I think that's my favorite part. Maybe I should write a poem about the Connecticut snow. It's pretty. Right now the snow flakes look more like enormous cotton balls than actual flakes, but, whatever works, right?

On my old blog I used to do movie and book reviews. I kind of miss that. Maybe I'll update you on what I'm reading and watching from time to time. Now's a good time. I'm reading "False Memory" by Dean Koontz. It's really good. I've never read a book of his before, though, according to Wiki, he's written over fifty books, several children's books, poems, and other things. I think that's what I like about him; he's really well rounded. I love False Memory so far. It's amazing. I love his writing style, and the way the book scares you, but keeps you glued to every page at the same time. Pretty cool, if you ask me.

I think that's it. I'll write some poems and post them later. Ya know how it goes. Maybe some Animal Crossing first? Hah, I doubt it. I really want to go read now. Oooh, I'm excited!

And I still can't believe it's not butter.