Señor Grumblecakes (jervo) wrote,
Señor Grumblecakes

In non-9/11 news, I finished my marathon reading of the Dark Tower series (1-4) over the weekend, and now, to tide me over until part 5 comes out, I find myself re-reading and being deeply distrubed by IT. It's wierd how a book that I've read about 8 or 9 times already can still creep me out - although I've been pretty edgy recently, anyway, what with current events and such. I told Kath last night how stupid I am for reading such a creepy book on the anniversary of the worst day of our lives. Damn you, Stephen King.

Jam coming up this weekend with Tim and some old high school friends - that should be fun.

Man, I need a drink.

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