Every generation has something that defines that generation. In my opinion, ours is books. Not just any books, but books that introduced us into a world where cars can fly, snakes can talk and staircases move. Years ago we were introduced to a little boy who lived under the stairs and through seven books we grew up with him. Through seven books filled with love, friendship, loyalty and bravery. Filled with heartbreak, loss and death. We became attached to these characters, celebrated with them when they triumphed and disparaged when they failed. We grieved when our favourites died. To me, they were so much more then books. In this age of television and video games and computers, these books encouraged thousands of people, children and adults alike, to turn off the television and shut down the computer and pick up a book. To me, that's some of the greatest magic ever. So, even though all of the books have come out and soon there shall be no more movies, Harry Potter will always live on in my heart. And that's the magic of books, no matter how long its been, we can always go back.
So my ex was kicking off on thursday night, and i took her away from the girl i really like cause i didnt want her jealousy to end up hurting the girl i was out with, and when i got back, everyone had gone. including her. i feel awful. and this is what i feel like doing.