First: Emma Woodhouse is a wretched creature, barely redeemable by the end of the novel, and I respect Mr. Knightly for his patience with her, but pity that he will be stuck with her for the rest of his literary existence and hope that for his sake she becomes a more redeemable character. He is, however, so totally on my list of literary crushes.
Second, here's a funny article by Cracked about 8 unexpected downsides to e-books.
Third: take a bag of chocolate chips and melt it into a container of cream cheese frosting, pour it into a pan, stick it in the freezer for an hour, and you have yourself the easiest most amazing fudge you'll ever taste. call it college-student freezer-fudge. I used paper bowls to freeze it. I got weird round-shaped fudge, but it tastes great.
Fourth: Something I've noticed about to-do lists: making them is great, but if you loose them, they're worthless.
Fifth: Etsy shop: mittens, Pokémon, hats, etc. Check it out! (see the sidebar for a widget)
Sixth: Brainstorming a new header. I want something that isn't so dark… but it should still be fun and "life and lies of an inanimate flying object"-ish.
Seventh: writing a new novel about a teen prostitute. Need to do research without becoming a prostitute. Ideas? Other novel recommendations? Documentaries?
Eight: Charles Dickens was amazing, and Bleak House is amazing. It's really hard to read when you're dyslexic, though.
Ninth: Now I'm just coming up with stuff so that the last thing on my list is an even number.
Tenth (and finally), I'm posting some reviews this weekend, I promise. I'm shooting for Every Other Day, The Rook, and another one whose title I can't remember. Yeah, it's one of those days.