charon: (Sherlock)
charon ([personal profile] charon) wrote on December 13th, 2010 at 06:56 pm
- Thanks a lot for the V-gifts, messages and cards :D

- I'm now the proud owner of The Last Unicorn in book form. That's one thing I won't read in public though. It's not because of the unmanly unicorn on the cover, but because the film always makes me cry and if the book has to same odd effect on me it would be quite embarrassing ... especially paired with the unmanly unicorn on the cover.

- Talking books - I find myself unexpectedly liking Memoirs of a Geisha. It was one of these books that I got because someone suggested it and then it sat in my to-read pile for ages and I was never in the mood for it. Now I dug it up, because I'm trying to get this pile back to reasonable proportions by taking the really old books, giving them a couple of chapters to convince me and then giving them away if they don't. Anyway, this book did convince and I'm getting quite interested in the whole Geisha culture.

- And talking some more books - I'm on goodreads *click*
Yes, it's total chaos, yes, it's missing most of my stuff and at the moment I'm just adding the books that I'm currently reading or that randomly pop up in my mind. But, someone please add me, I'm feeling a little pathetic with just one friend *lol* ... also, I do plan to make a clean start next year with a 2011 folder.

- Also, WTF facebook?
Some weeks ago I got an account because it was needed for something connected to a cat charity I'm supporting. Now I went on there to see if I can delete my account and I had 5 friends requests and two messages. And there's nothing on that account other than my location and my first name, which isn't exactly a rare name either.
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