We did a "Twilight" Challenge for the Sweet Pea Scraps Design Team this month, February 2009!
I used a marker to color the brown letters black. The black and white cardstock is from my stash. The red jewels are from the Sweet Pea Scraps April 2008 kit and the red heart pin is from JoAnn Fabrics. FYI - My ipod cover is from Gizmobies.
Here's my journaling
ďSo what youíre saying is, Iím your brand of heroin?Ē I teased, trying to lighten the mood. He smiled swiftly, seeming to appreciate my effort. ďYes, you are exactly my brand of heroin.Ē Bella & Edward, Twilight
These books are exactly my brand of heroin, so to speak. I did not want to read them at first. Vampires were not my preferred genre of books and Twilight sat on my shelf for a week or two before I started it. Now Iím addicted. These books make me happy. The characters make me smile and laugh; they are layered and believable and good. Is the love obsessive? Is it healthy? Does it matter? So what if I keep rereading the books; listening to them as audiobooks and to the movie soundtrack and score. If you can listen to a favorite album over and over why canít you reread and relisten to a favorite book? If I get the laundry done because Twilight in some incarnation is on my ipod thatís healthy right? Walking the dog? Cleaning the house? Iím still completing daily tasks so whereís the harm? Right? I have read and watched Pride and Prejudice in various forms more times than I can count and Iím still normal. I think. And just because Iím just slightly addicted/obsessed with the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon both in print and as audiobooks doesnít mean I need an intervention, Does it? Adding Twilight to my addictions spreads the love around a little bit. Oh, Harry Potter? We wonít even go there. I mean once is never enough if itís a book or series you LOVE! Itís my happy place. Some addictions are healthy. Right?