Starting Early 1

I’m starting the 52 Books/200 Movies thing early. I figure I can do it a little off, and just keep up with it on my blog just as easily. If you want to participate, you can start whenever you’d like. You don’t have to participate in either or both. Just do what you feel would be right for you.

So, I wrote two password protected entries. I mainly wrote them that way to keep some people from reading them. If you would like the passwords, please feel free to ask. If you’re on LJ, you’ll actually have to visit my blog at to read the entries since I privatized those entries. They’re very important entries, where I need feedback, so I would like to share them…I just want to have some control over who reads them.

I found out last night that I’m not supposed to watch horror films because of the badness. I just wish people could see the goodness in horror films. If you look at horror films, you can sometimes see that there’s a message of redemption in them, too. Well, that’s true in some of them, not for all. For example, you have to watch three Omen movies to get to the one where the message comes across, but when it comes, it’s pretty loud and clear. I think you can find good things in a lot of “bad” stuff, if you look hard enough. Maybe that’s just craziness or some kind of freakish optimism peaking through.

I didn’t ask Amy last night about going to Nashville in a couple of weeks. I’ll message her on Facebook. I really will. She just seemed overwhelmingly busy last night, so I figured it might not be the best time to bug her about definitely making the trip up to Nashville, especially since I have ulterior motives for wanting to go.

I started a tumblr account yesterday, as is probably evident in my sidebar on here. It’s It’s interesting. I’m not quite sure how I completely feel about it, but it seems pretty cool. I like that you can post quotes on it.

About Janet Morris

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama. I've got as many college credits as a doctorate candidate, and the GPA of some of them, too. I have a boss by the name of Amy Pond. She's a dachshund. My parents both grew up in Alabama.