My weekend cleaning lady just got in early this afternoon to do some house cleaning, for which I am thoroughly thankful. I can't get right back to stressing myself doing all these chores. I have got to get back to my bouncy self. I still cough from time to time but none of those crazy ones I used to have.
"Will you please try to hear what I'm telling you?
Will you let me attempt
to explain what you mean to me?"
He waited, studying my face as he spoke to
make sure I was really listening.
"Before you, Bella, my life was like a
moonless night. Very dark, but there were stars—
points of light and reason…
And then you shot across my sky like a meteor. Suddenly
everything was on
fire; there was brilliancy, there was beauty. When you were gone,
meteor had fallen over the horizon, everything went black. Nothing had
changed, but my eyes were blinded by the light. I couldn't see the stars
there was no more reason for anything."
It wasn't until this book comes to a close that the main characters got reunited. I cannot help but feel bad for Jacob, the sweet and young werewolf who fell unconditionally in love with Bella. Ok I'm not sure yet up to what extent. I will have to see in the sequel to this book. Oh my goodness! Whoever said that fairytales and these supposed horror movie characters could all make for a very romantic and engaging love story! :-)
I finally got hold of the Twilight series e-book! I transferred it to my mobile and I am now reading like crazy that I cannot stop. Oh my goodness, I am just into the fourth chapter of Twilight and I have several inconsistencies from the movie. This is why a handful of friends who have read the book before watching the movie were disappointed while the hubby and I were so fine by the movie alone. The book is so much more interesting! :-)