While I’m satisfied with how it ended (HA! I KNEW IT!), I also feel sad that it’s all over. What the heck am I supposed to do (apart from reading it over and over again) now that this pastime is gone? As it is, this was my balm after the end of the Lizzie Bennet Diaries. Welcome to Sanditon was nice, but I felt that it didn’t have as much substance…(god, I’m so excited for that group’s take on Emma now).
But back to the topic at hand: 40 Days is over and I don’t know what to do. Do I submerge myself in romance? Avoid “romance” stories completely? Write romance stories (I think this won’t work)? Just give up and focus on trying to make my superhero costume for next week look close to how I want it to look (most likely)? I don’t even know why I’m thinking about this right now, when I should be worrying about other stuff–like how I’m supposed to get to the MIBF when I can’t afford to be broke and when the weather has gone crazy on us again.
REALLY sky? Scorching hot in the morning and apocalyptic rain in the afternoons?
In any case, I should just feel happy for Tim and Jessie. At least they seem to have learned SOMETHING from that experiment that they had (if they were, in fact doing this for real – I still have my doubts because this is the Internet we’re talking about).
Instead of obsessing over this, I should just get some work done.
- Coming Soon from the Makers of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries… (holmja.wordpress.com)
- Lizzie Bennet Diaries team takes on “Sanditon,” Austen’s unfinished novel (dailydot.com)