Oh Yes I Have Caught the Fever…

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… and I am not ashamed to share it with my daughter.

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And I KNOW many of you know what book this is.  Hopefully some of you also know what CD cover she is holding as well.
I held off on reading this book for a very long time.  My sister finally passed her well-worn and well-passed around copy to me.  I started reading it and found it poorly written, juvenile, boring.
Then around page 120 I caught myself cheesing like a fool on the Metro.  I was giddy, I was excited, and I secretly wished for a train delay so I could read for a little bit longer. 
This weekend was full of soft knits and cozy sweaters – we hunkered down, stayed inside all weekend except for a few minutes where we took bundled Emerson outside to experience big fat fluffy snowflakes falling on her face.
A woman with curly hair wearing a plaid blazer holds a green fur coat over her shoulder on a city street.

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  1. sheesh, you guys are harsh on meyer. don’t need to put it down to make up for loving it. i am wishing she’d finish midnight sun.

  2. I read the series, all the while wishing that someone with the ability to write well had been gifted with that engrossing story. Despite my aggravation with Meyer’s apparent lack of a thesaurus, I have to admit the books were hard to put down.

  3. Ahh…the Twilight fever! I was late to the party on this one too, but like you, I got hooked and once I started I could not stop reading! On book 4, I started reading it at about 10pm and at 5:30am when hubs got up for work he said “Have you been reading all night?!” Yes, I did. I finished it though, a few minutes later!

  4. what a cutie pie!

    Hey Allie- quick favor to ask- could you maybe participate in the “go red” awareness campaign by posting about your intent to wear red on Friday for National “wear red for women” day- it’s to increase awareness to heart disease. I actually did a blog post about it over at my wardrobe blog- Would love to spread the word across the blogosphere! Wouldn’t it be cool if a bunch of wardrobe bloggers posted their red outfits for the occasion?

    Thanks! And have a great day!

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