Apparently the vids are gone but not the screenshots. They were up last fall and now they are POOF!…gonzo. See there,…time to start fresh. :)
Yep…I’ve read all the Harry Potter books!
I read them straight through without stopping, in the year 2012—15 years from the time the first book was released. Oh how I sped through, yet savored, each one!
My youngest son had been nagging me to read the books—literally from the time he was ten years old (1997) and the first book was published/sold—but I thought to myself that the reading of a tween, fantasy genre series was beneath me. How mistaken I was!
Once I began reading the first chapter of the first book, I couldn’t put them down until I had read the entire series!!
And when I finished the last page of the last book, I CRIED! For pity sakes, I actually, honest-to-God, used to dream about Hogwarts and Harry. In fact, I found myself wishing that I could attend Hogwarts. Perhaps at “Hogwarts” I would learn how to use my “magical talents”? After all, everyone knows that I am not a muggle.
So yeah, I cried because it felt like I had said a forever good-bye to FRIENDS. Can you believe that…a middle-aged woman, crying, because she LOVED HARRY POTTER AND ALL OF HIS ADVENTURES?!
Loved His Heroism.
His competence, even in his innocence.
His UN-flagging devotion to his friends, family, community, the greater good, etc.
A word used by the infamous freestyle rapper Brycey Boy, from Edmond, Oklahoma.
Nobody knows what the word truly means.
It was discovered by listening to the song bulls on parade by Rage Against the Machine.
In the line “With tha sure shot”, “sure shot” was mistaken for SHO SHI.
It is a rule that when you hear “sho shi” used, you must scream it:
“tell dat dude i said Sho-Shi”
Earnest: yeah. Damn is she hot or what?