I was utterly prepared to spend the day inside, researching. My fan was blasting, my books were open, my unshowered ankles were crossed beneath my unshowered knees.
And then my housemate popped her head into my room and asked if I wanted to go to the library book sale. Obviously, there was no resisting such an offer.
I got: The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, which was, hands down, the best book I read last summer (I have yet to pick a winner for this summer); The Awakening; and Marie Antoinette: Princess of Versailles, because I am a sucker for the Royal Diaries series, despite the fact that it’s written for girls half my age.
I spent $2.50 total.
And now I’m waiting until my theatre shift starts. I’m working tickets, and then I have plans to use my free pass to actually watch the movie. It’s “The Amazing Spiderman” this week.
This hasn’t been a very interesting post, you guys. I’m sorry. Maybe I’ll do a Spiderman review tomorrow.