I like being anonymous on cyberspace. I don't think any of my friends know I blog. Once upon a time I did tell a few to take a peek at my blogs - I don't think they did - and encouraged one or two who are terrific writers to write/put out a blog of their own. I thought they were wasting their talent by not sharing their written thoughts. I was very lucky in the past when they would write me kilometric letters. And when the letters stopped coming I thought it would be to my best interest if they would write. Unfortunately, they didn't blog or maybe I just didn't get an invite to read their thoughts, if they did put out a blog.
Anyway, this isn't where this post is supposed to go when I first typed the first sentence of this post. But it definitely took a life of its own.
So aside from being an closet blogger to my real friends, I am also a ghost or lurker to some fabulous blogs around cyberspace. A few of them I added to my links and still others I continue to read without them knowing. Some day I will tell you which blogs I frequent.
In the mean time, I'd be happy to report that my tree is finally up. I haven't taken a picture of it yet. I don't know how long it will remain up as my kitties are so fascinated by the rounded ball of shimmer and glitter hanging on the tree that I spent the rest of the weekend shooing them away from and under the tree.
We also have been getting some rain. On Sunday, there was a downpour and I got wet going to the cinema to finally watch Harry Potter. I know, I know. But I love to watch movies when there is no crowd to spoil my fun. Thankfully after 3 weeks of running, the crowd has finally thinned out at Harry Potter.
Wasn't that just a marvelous 2 hours of Harry Potter? I'm almost sad that it's ending. Would it be too much to hope that JK Rowlings find the inspiration to continue the story with the next generation of Potters and Weasleys? Fingers crossed.
Also I would like to share with you a fine fine deal of a sale I got on Thanksgiving weekend. We went to Borders bookstore to collect the free latte (coupon via newspaper) and browse at the books. But lo and behold I saw a display of some older dvds on sale for $7. Included on the $7 display case were Twilight and New Moon, both of which are the 2-dvd package. Can you believe my luck. So last night after enjoying some Potter, I came home and put on Twilight and giggle like a teenager. Nothing like being silly on a rainy night.