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I've Been Tagged!

I was tagged by The Book Vault's Dominique. Here are my 3 New Year's Resolution's in no particular order:

1. Stop rereading Harry Potter for a while. I have read them so much, I'm afraid that they will stop being magical and wonderful and filled with so many memories - so I am going to STAY AWAY even as I get "Potter Fever" every few months or so. There are plenty other, good books to read in the meantime.

2. Continue to ignore the idea that a Bibliophile can't also be a TV Addict, as the media and public as a whole seems to embrace. Either I am an exception to that rule, or there are many other hidden TV Addicts among our many book review blogs. But I refuse to hide it! My name is MrsRonWeasley and I am a TV Addict.

3. Stop wishing I hadn't watched "X-Men 3: The Last Stand" and forget the whole, tragic thing. As an isanely obsessed fan of the first two movies, I nearly fainted at the complete mess of a movie the last one was. Everyone was different, everything sucked, and I refuse to believe any of it happened. As far as I'm concerned, the whole thing ended at the conclusion of the second movie - I'll come up with my own ending. (Side note: If you're reading this and liked the movie, I'm sorry. No personal offense at all - I just really, really didn't like it.)

Anyone wanna share theirs?

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