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April 11th, 2012

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11:26 pm - But at least I get to sleep in now
Well, back in Melbourne after my little Easter jaunt. It is currently rather cold and wet, which is making me feel much better about the whole quitting the door-knocking job thing, even if it means I need to do a bit more work into finding something else.

Easter involved piles of chocolate (of course), a bit of time with Mum and The Sister, and some time in Bendigo, which I haven't been to in quite a while, and me getting through The Hunger Games trilogy. I may post some thoughts on the books later on; for now I am still trying to decide if I actually like the series or not. They were certainly compelling reading, but I'm having trouble parsing just how I feel about the series as whole, which is vaguely frustrating.

Currently being grumpy at the post office, since they seem to have decided to give me a final notice on a parcel delivery without giving me the other prior notices. Or pressing the buzzer to check if I am actually home at all.

In other news, I found this xkcd update unhealthily hilarious.
Current Mood: thoughtfulthoughtful

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Date:April 11th, 2012 07:18 pm (UTC)
I liked some of the Hunger Games but bits of it made me very very cross. I am glad I'm not the only person with this mindset when it comes to the trilogy.
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Date:April 12th, 2012 03:07 am (UTC)
I just found the whole thing so incredibly grim, it just wasn't a fun read. Even if that was some of the point - the horrors of child soldiers and how children are used by governments - it just made it hard to get through.

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