You know how you always set goals for yourself? Like saying you're going to go to the gym or start a new hobby or something?
I decided I wanted to read a few books.
And you know, when you decide to read a book, it's like when you decide to do anything else; you want something specific to happen.
This is different from just moseying into Borders or the library or something and picking up a book. This is me saying, "I'm going to read a book, damnit."
The only problem with that is, I have this vision of the book I want to read. Well, it's actually the third book on my list.
The first two being:
1. "I Heart Recruitment"--Yay, pre-camp reading. I already read the other pre-camp reading last summer, also pre-camp.
2. Les Miserables--I came to realize that we actually didn't own it, and it's one of my favorite books. So when I ordered book number one on Amazon and was like four bucks away from free shipping, I just decided to buy it.
Anyway, so book number three apparently doesn't exist. I want to read a book about college. And don't tell me there's lots of books about college. There aren't. They're all lies written by people who either don't remember college or know nothing about college.
Someone write a real book about college, please. I'd buy it.