Twilight was how it all started
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Posted 8/23/2009 8:58:35 PM #
well it's my favourite because of what I've said before I love the fact that it's the beginning.
it's the start of something new
It has the first time they saw each other ,the first time they missed each other,
the first time they found themselves thinking about one another,
the first time they talked ,the first time they went out
the first time they kissed ,the first time he stayed over ,they first time they said I love you outloud ,
the first time they met the families, the first time they altered each other forever ,
the first time they were happy just because they are together
That's alot of first times but that what makes it special to me ,because that was the time when you say "......And That was when it all changed "Posted 8/23/2009 8:55:38 PM #
Yes the cheif said this one.
And chasing cars was in the season finale of season 2 when Izzie was crying over Deny and Alex carried her away I'm gonna check that now Hope its true.
What I loved most about it is becasue it was the rational contuinty for the story and Edward was there the whole time ,and he really started to accept the fact that Bella can think for herself,
And it contains alot of heartbreaking -mind spinning -WOW moments between Edward and Bella and um...alot of romantic minutesPosted 8/23/2009 8:50:06 PM #
OOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooh And for the game we're playing the next quote is:
"Oh , and when you find her tell her Dr.Torres is looking for her"Posted 8/23/2009 4:29:54 PM #
I know I said before we shouldn't apologize for long comments butSorry about that ,anyways no one have to read or to respond this is all just for funPosted 8/23/2009 4:12:35 PM #
Okay That George said To Mer.In the episode of christmas I think it was called Grandma gotta run over reendeer or somthing.........didn't cheat I swear :)
They were talking about what Izzie had done with the house and it really looked like that anyways she was doing this to get over being cheated on by Alex in season 2 ,it's the same episode where they started helping alex for his exam
I'm crazy I know .............
Anyways It's great to be back I didnt log on the site since long time but I can see there're some new members which is really cool
Because, I've read what 4ever_merder & E&P said about new moon
I agree with you ,well I've finished the 5 books-Including Midnight sun- In a month and a half..........back to the crazy theory about me..........
Anyways I did hurry up in reading it ,but I came back to twice read the last 2 chapters starting with Edward in her room ,and now I'm reading the whole book again.
And If Twilight wasn't my favourite because it's the beginning and I've a thing for the "starts" and the "firsts" Then New Moon would have been my favourite ,but its the second favourite.
As for Midnight Sun ::::::::::::
Well It's A must read,It's really really great and it's a shame she didn't finish it.
It gives you a better look at the vampire world and at Tanya and her family ,more about the history and character of everyone,
It's nice to have an inner look at the cullen's house and see them together and not just what Bella sees.
And It also makes you realize more how much Edward really loves Bella and how he sees her which is my best part
besides it gives you a better look on the whole mind readin thingPosted 8/23/2009 4:11:00 PM #
A man who stabbed a pregnant Egyptian woman to death in Germany should be punished to the utmost extent of the law, Egypt's top cleric said on Monday as the woman was buried in her hometown.
"The man who killed Marwa Sherbini, the Egyptian citizen in Germany, and wounded her husband Elwi Ali Okaz should receive the maximum punishment," Grand Imam Sheikh Mohammed Sayyed Tantawi told the official MENA agency.
"The killer is a terrorist who should receive severe punishment for what he has done, something that contradicts all the values of humanity, decency and religion," he said.
Sherbini, 32, was killed in a court in the northern German city of Dresden on Wednesday shortly before she was to give evidence in an appeal lodged by her attacker.
The 28-year-old attacker, identified only as Axel W. had been convicted and fined after calling her a "terrorist" for wearing the Islamic headscarf.
According to the Egyptian press, Sherbini was three months pregnant when she was killed. She was laid to rest in her hometown of Alexandria in northern Egypt on Monday.
Her husband, a researcher in genetic engineering who was reportedly shot by German police while trying to save his wife, is still in critical condition in hospital having also been stabbed by the assailant.
Tantawi told MENA he hoped the killing of Sherbini, whom he described as a "martyr," would not negatively affect the dialogue between the West and Islam because it was "an isolated event."Posted 7/11/2009 6:55:59 AM #
me too and now that I'm in vacation from college too I feel so emptyPosted 6/15/2009 1:25:13 PM #
Me neither I cant wait for september too
I mean thursday was a great day for me that I wait the whole week to see what's gonna happen on grey's but now I 've nothing Sad mePosted 6/6/2009 9:58:08 AM #
I miss Grey's :sPosted 6/2/2009 7:08:12 AM #