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ElsaSalsa im up and down constantly lately. and i doubt any of these entries will be happy haha


May 12 2009

woooh i read a book

 ive always always loved reading, and stories and even writing.
but i have struggled for the last few years with reading. it is such a struggle to try to concentrateon processing the information i'm reading, I have just given up trying to read.

a few weeks ago i picked up a book i had started about a year ago, i had been thinking about it (it was a true story written as a novel about a haunted house) and i was curious as to how it ended and I finished it!

 last night i bought a book called "exit here" by jason myers, at barnes and noble, and started reading at about 130 and i didnt go to bed until 430 (only because the sun was coming up) i finished it this morning, it was great. and it was pretty damn long!!!!



It made me feel great, and I'm looking forward to reading more and more books and I'm even getting more inspired to write again.

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