Wow, this thread has gone OT! The only way Claudia could type her entries would be if the notebook was looseleaf and a binder. If it was a regular notebook or composition book, she couldn't put the paper in the typewriter or attach a printer sheet.
I mentioned somewhere else that Mallory and Jessi need to quit complaining about being treated like babies, because they certainly were allowed to do much more than I ever was allowed to do at 11 years old. But hey, at least I got my ears pierced when I was 10, so I have that on them - haha!
Also, I remember various Chapter 2's when one of the other girls would be describing Mallory, and they'd say something like "Mallory had to work really hard to convince her parents to let her get her ears pierced." Um, not really. If I remember correctly, Mallory whined and complained about it to all her friends, then finally decided to just ask her parents already, and they said yes. Not much hard work there.
"Usually, I think my parents are dorks, but every now and then they come through." --Claudia Kishi
Duuuuude i think about this wehn i was reading the manga Bleach books 1 through 25. i was feeling like "oh will i ever want to read this again?" i get this way when playing video games too. there are games i've played over and over like Actraiser, Secret of Mana, to name a few. but then there's Yoshi's Island that i hardly ever played as many times over.
But, I do come back to games and play them over again. Like Final Fantasy 7. and i feel the want and desire to replay Final fantasy 8.
And then there's me wanting to re-read Boys over Flowers which i only read once through. and Inu Yasha too.
Virtually, like every manga i want to re-read. and i want to re-read more BSC too.
But i think it is becuase, like there's a point in life were i just want to re read or re play something and i feel moved to. if that makes sense?
I agree, in one sense; I usually read everything at least twice (the books we own, anyway) unless I just hate it the first time. After the second I know if it's a read-again-and-again or something not to keep.
I was never really a fan of Harry Potter. My cousins love them. I read Sweet Valley, American Girl, The Magic Attic, Girl talk, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. When I read most of these books more than once, it's like their new to me, especially if I haven't read them in a while.
I was never really a fan of Harry Potter. My cousins love them. I read Sweet Valley, American Girl, The Magic Attic, Girl Talk, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. When I read most of these books more than once, it's like their new to me, especially if I haven't read them in a while.
I feel like that also when I re-read a book I haven't read in a long while.
I love Girl Talk...that was a neat series and was very similar to the BSC series.
I've read Sweet Valley books also as well as the American Girl series.
I also still re-read Betsy Haynes Fabulous Five series, even though it wasn't as good as Girl Talk and the BSC.
I love the Harry Potter series...I hope I can get time to write a BSC/Harry Potter crossover where they meet in young adulthood at a bonfire party/retreat on chilly November weekend.
In my timeline, the BSC gang is four years older than the HP gang and the Sweet Valley gang is two to four years older than the BSC gang.
The Fabulous Five, the Girl Talk gang and the BSC gang are the same age.