Hey buddy, haven't talked to u in a while. How was your summer?! Mine was crazy busy. Just now going through all my set comments☺️I saw you left me, thanks so much!!!!❤️

josh2theutothea:
@midnightsun mine was crazy busy as well... but fun. :)

From aelin

dude, you take some amazing pictures :O if it wasnt that cold up there, I would really consider going. It looks amazing D:

josh2theutothea:
@ocean_ it's warming up,...Spring is here. ;)
aelin:
yay! here its supposed to be autumn... autumn in hell if you ask me xD its way too hot

From bitten

Ok so I finished all the light. I didn't like it. It was my book club book of the month and we have about 30 people come to the meetings. Only like 3 liked it. We couldn't figure out why it won the Pulitzer. What did you think? 

josh2theutothea:
@bitten Well, I haven't read any of the authors other works, but apparently it took the guy a he'll of a long time to write(like 10 years, or something).                              I thought it was incredibly beautifully written.......that being said, I hated the ending. It seemed romanticized and hurried.    It seemed strange reading such beautiful writing about such an ugly time. At times I felt like it was a PG-13 version of the war, which didn't exist......but in this horrific time, beauty did still exist.    I guess as far as actual writing, I loved it. As a story, I felt it had flaws. Not sure if that makes sense, but that's my two cents ;)   
bitten:
No that is exactly what we all says too. That the writing was just beautiful but the story was far from perfect. Most agreed on what you are saying about the ending too. It seemed too predictable and unnecessary to end it with her grandchildren. I liked the first couple chapters a lot but then I realized he kind if droned on and on. His words are so lyrical I didn't even realize that by chapter 15 I still wasn't sure what made the book not just another war story. 
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Agreed advocados are beyond the wholly schmokes! It's sad how much time I spend in that area of the store just to find the perfect ones...and it quite saddens me when they are either all too ripe or not ripe enough...oh the woes of the advocado-er