The good news is that the book is Tony Blair's autobiography, A Journey, and I am enthralled. Naturally, my favorite parts involved the magical monarchial fambam - but hey, I'm pleased that I even opened a nonfiction book. There were, of course, some dry passages (what do you expect - it's politics.) - but I laughed out loud more during this book than while reading Tina Fey's Bossypants, and that's saying something. (But not more than while reading Chelsea Handler's books - those had me convulsing in my chair and straight up choking on air.)
The other good news is, look - I'm not alone in my plight:
bike mania in front of the library. is it finals week or something?
Next order of business. I think I may have a knack for stumbling across the least scholarly of study spots in existence. Who knew a cavern complete with comfy couches and big-screen TVs w/ DVD players, VCRs, and even video game thingamabobs existed in a library? Oh, and did I mention it is feet away from the second largest collection of DVDs in the world? (The first is Netflix.)
But like all self-respecting bookworms, I had to come up with a few study breaks so that my brain won't spontaneously combust. My happy list: walks, sunshine, dirty chai, PEOPLE.com...
and of course, suga suga how'd you get so flyyyy?
(Except not really, because it marks the first day of finals - ahhh!)
(But for the rest of you - I'm thanking God it's Friday for you.)