So I was waiting in a waiting room, (Which sounds repetitive and unoriginal--which is why it stands) and because the waiting room was practically empty and the receptionist had disappeared to wherever it is that receptionists go when the waiting room has one person in it--and they're clearly waiting for their mother, (in my case) I was awash in my own personal sea of boredom. I had my kindle but after the first hour I was tired of reading (gasp--inconceivable!). So like any female worth her…
I have decided to start a blog... obviously... ok... I need to stop rambling. Over winter break I posted 4 videos about the places I went on my channel ( http://www.youtube.com/user/ellotherechummy?feature=mhum ). And since due to school starting back up and finals and my SAT coming... I wouldn't have as much time to make videos. Blogging seemed like a great way to continue sharing my exploits and creative output... so…
This week I have made a concious effort to be a nerfighter, and be more active in nerdfighteria. I have considered myself a nerdfighter since earlier this year, but other than watch the vlogbrothers videos, purchase myself a t-shirt, convince my sister to be one to, and talk to my one nerdfighter friend about how awesome we are (note: we did not discover nerdfighteria together), I haven't really gotten involved.
Well, this week, I placed a total of 6 nerdfighter notes in…
Last weekend, Molly Olly Oxenfree and I went to put notes in books telling people to be awesome & to read John's books. xD
It was fun on, like, ten different levels. :) We put some in Twilight books, telling them to go read some real literature (*braces self for fangirl attack*), and we put some in Harry Potter books, thanking them for being awesome. :D
The B&N we went to only had two of John's books, and they were both Paper Towns. One was a sad Margo and one was a happy… Continue
Given its proximity to an elementary school and a high school, it isn't unusual for me to find the occasional note in the field when I'm cleaning up. They get passed in class and then, somehow, they end up scattered along the trail or in the grass. Here's one from today.
Media: half of a blue "post it" note.
First side, in very light pencil, somewhat feminine lettering:
If If Luke asks
you out what would you say?
I was out shopping today, and I stopped by a bookstore to browse. I couldn't help going over to the YA section to check up on John Green's books.
I was a tad bit overly excited to find a note in one of the copies of Paper Towns! A note that I didn't leave! That means that there are other nerdfighters really close by!! In my neighborhood even! :)
...Unfortunately, the nerdfighter who left this note was either confused, misinformed, wrote their note too hastily, or was in… Continue
Added by Amber on October 22, 2008 at 9:30pm —
Not only did I finish Paper Towns (ZOMGGG) but I completed the colab. I wanted to share a bit about it since I don't have any real live nerdfighters around to discuss with.
I ended up leaving notes at 3 different stores (sorry, multiple Targets and Barnes and Noble for infiltrating your books). I felt so...rebellious. Trying to be sneaky while sticking post-it notes on the first page of the prologue. It was fantastic. B & N… Continue
Added by Shelbyyy on October 18, 2008 at 8:55pm —
In order to make myself pay attention in my British Lit class I thought I would take notes on here. That way, one: I would actually take the notes, and two: you could be objected to the pain. Okay, not really pain... I actually love this class. I am an English major and all. But, I never take notes in this class, and I have a huge test on Tuesday, so I am going to take notes. On my Ning.