When Tomorrow Comes

One thing, before I start. Has anyone else noticed that November is a really long month?)

Sunday evening, December 30, I want to be eating a raspberry frozen yogurt (or maybe nachos and cheese) (or maybe BOTH) and this is what I want to be watching:


(Even though it really grinds my gears that Anne Hathaway can sing too. That doesn't seem quite fair to me.) 

Who's coming with me?

Comments

  1. I'd be there for sure! I LOVE Les Mis.

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  2. You know I'm in. Have you started the book? I downloaded it and have to admit it looks pretty intimidating. I don't think I'll be able to talk myself into reading it.

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  3. OF COURSE I'm reading it. I won't go unless I finish it. That's how I roll. I think this is one of those books that you have to devote 5 or 6 chapters to before it gets "easy" to read. Like Wuthering Heights.

    That's three of us so far. No advance tickets for sale when I checked the other day...

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  4. I'll warn you, I read the entire book. There are good parts and there are entire chapters that should be completely removed from the book (like the chapter on the battle of Waterloo - why do I want to read about military strategy for 40 pages?). I did manage to read the book to the end and it was worthwhile but an abridged version might not have been that bad (I can't believe I'm saying that but it's true). Good luck!

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  5. I read the whole stinkin' unabridged version of the book in grade 10 (how's that for bragging rights?)!

    I'm in, but there may be a problem. Text me, B!

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