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So, Armchair BEA 2013 wrapped up a few days ago, but I was drowning under a humongous amount of work from my oh so lovely teachers. That’s why this post is a few days late. I just took 3 tests today, so I don’t have a lot of homework. And you, better late than never!
I think Armchair BEA is something I will be willing to do again next year, if I have the time. It’s better than complaining why I can’t go to the actual BEA and feeling really, really, jealous of the people who can go. I only wish I knew the prompt questions ahead of time, not just the topic. If I had known, I probably would have been more active. Instead, I only wrote a few posts because I didn’t have enough time to write the others the day the linkys’ were posted.,when I literally did nothing during Memorial Weekend. I don’t know, I just felt that last week went by so fast. I barely had the time to respond to people who commented here, on my blog, let alone visit the blog’s of other people. Which is a real disappointment since one of my reasons for participating in Armchair BEA was to meet new people, and hopefully friends.
Day 1 –
If you haven’t guessed, it’s my Armchair BEA introduction post.
My post about Classics. Yeah, it’s kind of straight forward. Just warning you, I think I was either in a rush or half asleep when I wrote it…
Day 2 –
The title explains it all.
Day 3 –
Day 4 –
Heehee… *Smiles nervously*
Day 5 –
So basically where I explain I how currently keep things fresh here and how I plan to make things more interesting. Oh, and I also discuss Children’s Literature and why I like it.
Before I go back to study mode, I want to thank everyone who took the time to comment on any one of the posts I just listed.
So that’s it! Until next year.