Friday, July 20, 2007

Tonight's the Night

Tell me that title doesn't make you start to hum a Rod Stewart song.
Or if you're like me, your mind jumps quickly to a Neil Young song about Bruce Berry (one of his best albums ever in my humble opinion).
No, let's not talk about Rod or Neil, let's discuss Harry.
Harry Potter.
Anyone read the spoilers?
I haven't.
And I won't.
Although I am wondering if I'll be able to resist the urge to read the end of the book first - or during.
Temptation thy name is "read ahead".
I have tracked my book on Amazon to the post office where I'm sure it will be safely stored until delivery tomorrow.
But tonight, however, I will get a copy at 0001 (that's 12:01 am).
I need to get a knitting project started so I can while away the hours whilst waiting for 0001 to come.
Any thoughts on who is not going to make it?
I'm betting Neville won't, not that I'm wishing it on him.
And with so many Weasley's one or more has to go.
Please don't let it be Fred and/or George.
Honestly, they are just as good in the movies as they are in the books.
Is it wrong to have your DH accuse you of having a crush on those two young men?
Can you believe there are people already lining up to get it?
Well, I'll just have to wait and see, and tomorrow I'll be sitting on the front porch waiting for the mailman.
Because someone in my house thinks she is getting tonight's copy first.
Silly girl.


Justine said...

I may be silly but guess who gets to read it all night long!
muahaha that's right.

Caroline said...

Hi Julie, I'm such a lightweight. I planned to go out to our local Kmart and get "Harry" for my daughter last night, but I fell asleep on the couch and woke up at 3 o'clock. Mmmmm! I guess she'll just have to wait!

Did you ever read Friday Night Knitting Club? I'll send you my copy if you haven't.

Micky said...

I refused to read any spoilers. That's just cruel.
I wanted to enjoy every word for myself.