Saturday, July 21, 2007

Hold my calls

If anyone is looking for me, I'll be in the hammock.

Don't tell me anything to spoil it.

I won't share anything either.

Okay, two weeks. Then we'll talk.

ADDED:
Sunday night at midnight - Done.

(Still not discussing it as others in my house will read it next.)

8 comments:

Rachel said...

TWO WEEKS! *she squeaks*

I gotta wait TWO WEEKS to talk to you about it?!?!?!?!?

*thump*

c.rooney said...

Maybe I should just bring home the Canadian slip jacket. I'll be finished this week.

And no, I don't think swear words in my comments get a higher rating, and I'm pretty sure they can't tell if you put pictures of underwear up, either, unless you write "here's my undies!"

Rachel said...

It was quite a ride, wasn't it?

*sigh*

The T-Dude said...

It was awesome!

I just loved the part when...naw, I can't do it. We had a spoiler problem in my house with the last Potter book and it left emotional scars that are only now nearly healed.

There were tears involved, true heart felt guilt tears.

Rachel said...

Yeah - silence rules the world as we all read Rowling's final Potter Piece.

jay said...

No talking about it on the blog! LOL. It'll be a while before I get to read it. Sigh, I'll just have to engage in blog silence.

Carolyn said...

You finished it Sunday at midnight?? SLACKER!!
By the way, when the T-Dude (AKA my husband, Tony) said that there were spoiler problems in our house with the last book he really meant that I ruined the ending for him by accidentally telling him that Dumbeldore died. (He was about 50 pages away from the death when I told him.) After I realized what I had done (which was an accident!! did I already make that clear??) I burst into tears and said, "Oh my gosh! I am so sorry. I can't believe I just did that!!" (I was really, really crying too...did I say that already?)
Tony was soooooo pissed! I don't think I have ever seen him so mad!I am still really sorry about that incident. However, I am really glad that he didn't do that to me because I would have crucified him.

Rachel said...

Now that is a tale of real love. Dumbledore would be proud!