This is Norman. He is an elephant who has a little issue with gas.
Norman was promptly welcomed to the family by Ally.
See how nice and friendly Ally was being toward Norman?
And then, Ally heard something, and afraid he was about to smell something...
Ally held his trunk.
And then Ally ran away, leaving Norman (and his farts) alone.
I haven't been around the blog this week.
I know I'm about the last person on earth to read them, but if you are out there, and you haven't read them yet either, go run to the bookstore now and pick them up. Trust me. They are so good, you will thank me.
Although I haven't decided how I feel about the third book. But I'm not going to ruin it in case you have not read it yet. But if you have read them, I want to know if you liked the third book. And if you are planning on seeing the movies. And everything else you thought (can we have a book club meeting here and talk about these books? because they are the kind of books that cry out for discussion).
Now that I've finished the trilogy, I'm ready to:
- Put away the tissues (yes, tissues were necessary).
- Do the dishes (everyone on facebook told me I didn't have to do dishes while there were Hunger Games books to be read, and I agree).
- Stop watching the movie trailer over and over, trying to figure out how badly they will ruin the story (I am holding out hope that it will be a good adaptation).
- Rejoin the world.
What have you been doing while I was busy reading?