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September 2008



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Sep. 14th, 2008

Edward's favorite picture of me :D


It seems people are saying things about me, and they aren't very nice.

How can they act like this?

Can I just say that I am honored that someone realized thought I was so special, I deserved not just one biography, but four!

But I suppose the price of fame is this shit really not very nice stuff.

First, my story, the new Harry Potter? How dare they! My story is even more outstanding than that fictional drivel! My story is about passion, about love... Harry Potter is about a bunch of stupid teenagers giving up their lives in pursuit of some creepy guy!

And the way they portray Edward and me! Like Edward's cocky! Like I'm a ditz!

It just makes me really sad.

I was going to post about the wonderful day Edward and I had, just staring at the water... how happy I was when he kissed me and despite being so moved, I didn't forget to breathe because I don't breathe anymore... but I'm not even sure I'll ever post again. Not after seeing how low people can go.

This vow is subject to change within the next ten seconds, of course, so don't worry too much. But be prepared. I'm an upset vampire, and we upset vampires are NASTY BUSINESS.

One last thing - what the hell heck is a Mary Sue, and why am I one? 

Sep. 6th, 2008

Edward's favorite picture of me :D

Writer's Block: The Meaning of Love

What does love mean to you, and why? Have you always felt this way?
Love means giving up everything for that one person. I've always felt this way, and followed my mother's good example.
Edward's favorite picture of me :D

Writer's Block: Checklist for Eternity

If you could live forever how would you spend your time?
Conveniently enough,  I will live forever! I haven't decided how I will spend my time just yet, though. I'm content just snuggling with Edward 24/7.
Edward's favorite picture of me :D

Writer's Block: Sharing Haikus

The Japanese haiku poet Basho once wrote, "Old pond / a frog jumps / the sound of water." Try writing some of your own haikus about the little things in your life. A haiku generally consists of a five-syllable line, a seven-syllable line and a second five-syllable line. You can also use any combination of ten-to-fourteen syllables.
We sparkle
In the sunset
The wonders of love