Wednesday, June 30, 2010

The first step...

I am not sure who "THEY" are but They say that the first step fixing a problem is to acknowledge that there is a problem to begin with.
I think I may have a problem...

I may be obsessed with Vampire Love stories.
I can't get enough of them!
Sorry the next photo is blurry. I blame the camera : )

I am insane when it comes to my books. Some of these have been read twice and look at those spines!!!
No creases, no dog eared pages! nothing! I love my books looking new, none of these "well loved and well read" books for my bookcase!

I have been choosing to sit and read of an evening when I usually do my sewing.
so if you have been wondering why there hasn't been much sewing talk going on here, This is the reason!

They don't even have to have Vampires in them. I guess its more of the supernatural aspect that I love.
It has been a few days since I finished my last book and I can't stand it! I need more.....

At midnight tonight, Myself along with 2 of my closest friends are going to Crown Casino so we can stand along side hundreds of teenage girls waiting in line to see this movie!

We have had our tickets for ages! Yes, I know, Its on the verge of being pathetic.
I won't even mention my Twilight doona cover, My quilts might get jealous!
OK, I am sure the Jury is still out on whether or not this is a problem. (denial).
This is an OK addiction yeah? I'm not the only one am I?


Shillyshally said...

I love this, your books look just like mine! I hestitate to even loan them out unless I have proof the borrower will treat them with the same level of care. I would trust my books to you! And yes, I love the vamp/rom too! You are not alone.

Kirsten said...

Book love is not a problem at all!!! Especially if it involves Twilight. It's pretty much the best thing ever, so if you have a problem, then I do too...uh oh... :)

Kristie said...

FYI, I have a life sized cardboard Edward (I believe you met him modelling a scarf on my blog)and a pillowcase with his face on it that is on my bed, plus a tshirt, and the girls at work gave me a replica of the "Bella bracelet" for Christmas. So, no, I don't think you have a problem....normal is relative, right? Have fun tonight! I am counting the hours myself, and am sure I can outscream those teenage girls!

Oh, I almost bought Shiver it good? My GF just gave me the Thirst series, so that is on my pile for summer holidays.

Steph said...

I have this problem too! Started when a friend gave me Twilight and told me that I HAD to read it (I almost didn't!) and it has just grown since then. My favourite is the Sookie Stackhouse series, can't get enough of that one.