Sorry sorry sorry guys. I know I haven't posted in, um, a while. Are you going through some serious baby animal withdrawal? I know I am.
The first thing I wanted to talk about is the squiggly red line that shows up under misspelled words on Microsoft Word. It annoys me so much, especially when I'm sure that I've spelled the word right. The funny part is that even if I haven't spelled it right, as I soon discover, I will remain utterly convinced that my mediocre spelling is correct, and a computer loaded with countless dictionary programs is wrong. Still, if you ignore the line long enough, it sometimes goes away.
Thing number two: Guilt. My mom always says that guilt is a useless emotion. You can't really do anything constructive with it (unless that guilt inspires another emotional), and it certainly isn't good for you. So I think we all need to stop feeling so guilty. Easier said than done, I know.
And finally, the main event. I love my friends. I love books. Combine the two, and you have the perfect sandwich of perfect stuff ever created: friends who love books. It's such a great thing to see your friend get all excited about a book, especially if you read it/have read it and can be excited about it, too. Sharing an experience like that, listening to the same stories, making it through hundreds of the same pages, can make you indescribably close.
See you later, friends.