I Heart Edward

I've been a little remiss in keeping up with my blog lately. I could blame it on being alone here with kids, the snow, Christmas etc etc etc. But the real reason is this:

Yes, it's true. I've finally given in and joined the cult.

So far, I'm about ten chapters in. I haven't seen the movies, and I'm not sure I will. All those teenagers, and me being closer to 40 than 30? I dunno, it seems a little creepy. But ask me again when I've finished the book. Because, make no mistake, what this author lacks in her writing, she makes up for in plot. And smouldering. Lots of smouldering.

In any case, I'll be back with my Christmas wishlist and all kinds of festive chatter soon. In the meantime, Firstborn doesn't have to be gotten up for school for another eleven minutes. And that can only mean one thing.

I have a date with Edward.


Janine said…
Tell me it isn't so!!!!!!!!!!!!
laterg8r said…
you can enjoy a book no matter what age you are :D

although, it is annoying to hear teen chatter when you are trying to watch a movie LOL :D
Anya said…
Enjoy your date :-)
Anonymous said…
I read those constantly up until about a third of the way through Eclipse. Some day I'll finish. DON'T see the movies. Over-rated. But then again, I'm an Edward hater. I'm more of a Jacob fan.
Alicia2121 said…
I read the books and seen the movies that have already came out. I am 29 and have no shame about it. :) I think the Twilight Saga can be interesting no matter the age. Most of us know what it is like to fall for someone who is very different than us. The world would be a boring place if we were all the same. :)
I'm 40-something and have seen the films but not read the books - should I take the time now, I wonder?

My daughter has read all the books and she, of course, was my excuse to be seen sneaking into the cinema!!


(Ps, Jacob rules)

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