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When it comes to reading,

I was the girl…

>        Who hated being told what to read.
>        Who never read classics voluntarily.
>        Who brought YA/Adult books to soccer games- as a 4th grader.
>        Who had to be told, “Put the book down,” at the dinner table- many times.
>        Who always brought an extra book on vacations, in case I finished my other one.
>        Who read over 60,000 pages in a month for a contest that only required you to read 50,00 in a three months.
>        Who got in trouble for staying up too late, reading.
>        Who couldn’t stand reading books out of order.
>        Who got so bothered by a book that I woke up in the middle of the night to finish it.
>        Who when someone asked me what my book was about, I would give them a half and an hour synopsis.


  1. That pretty much describes me in a nut shell! lol ;)

    1. That's so funny. I was talking to a friend of mine who is a big reader as well. It seems that if your are in to reading beyond the norm, you relate to most of that list : )

  2. Haha, I once got in trouble when I was younger and had my book taken away for the day. Other kids get their phones taken away, not me! LOL ;)


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