Cool! No wonder the excitement you described in your blog post was felt by all Harry Potter fans - it's the last book in the series! =DI am not a fan of Harry Potter (the thick books, one after each series, really turns me off). I did read the first three books and a few pages of the Goblet of Fire, and I gave up on it. The story just didn't grabbed my fancy. ;)It does sound interesting though. Maybe I should begin reading Harry Potter once again, I don't know...Maybe these good luck signs won't take into effect until later, but I guess good luck is guaranteed for later, like winning the lottery or something. =PMaybe there's a silver lining behind those wretched day. It could very well be followed by a very wonderful day! =DI heard a different story about butterflies signifying something "bad". It was about if you see a butterfly in a room and you let it out of the window, it means that someone has died. I don't know how accurate is this, I might be very wrong. =\Hope you will have a good day full of good luck! =D
But why the wretched-est day, Terra?Anyway, I hope you have a terrific weekend.:-)
I have a countdown on my blog for both the movie and the book.Luckily after this summer we still have two more movies to look forward to, which should cover at least 3-4 more years of fun!Sorry you had a tough day. But there's always tomorrow!
Frolicsomekid, Susan and Travis:Thank you all for the kind words and good wishes... I did have a terrific next day... I'll post it up soon :D
Boo for wretched days. I won't kill ya, but you can vent about it to me all you want.I'm good like that.Ian