TFIOS Extended Edition available on Digital HD today!
I already downloaded my copy and can’t wait to watch with Casey after I forced him to read the book.
Via The Fault in Our Stars Movie
An Evening Conversation
Perfect timing as summer is winding down and kids head back to school… I wish it wasn’t gone so quicly.
I realized last night that I have to quit focusing on how many days until I move to D.C. and instead shift my perspective so that I’m considering how many days I have left in my hometown.
I’d hate for this year to end, only to regret that I didn’t take these 300+ days to enjoy the city I love. As much as I’m ready for a change - ready to be closer to Casey - Atlanta is home. I’ve always loved the skyline. I love that we have OTP v. ITP culture. I appreciate the ability to be close enough to drive to a few states for a short weekend. I like all of our weird neighborhoods: Poncey-Highlands, EAV, Midtown, Cabbagetown. I have a history and memories for almost every landmark. For years I’ve campaigned with friends as to why ATL is awesome and why I love it so dearly. Why shouldn’t I do the same for myself? Just because it’s time for me to try something different doesn’t mean I can’t always love home. Or should be so focused on the future that I forget about the present.
I’ve created my bucket list and am changing my perspective to appreciate the last days of ATL. Follow the journey, or even join me! #lastdaysofATL
This set includes:
- Six CDs of John Green reading The Fault in Our Stars, because his voice perfectly emulates that of a 16 year old girl.
- A wristband for The Hectic Glow, a band so beautifully underground that they don’t even exist. (bright orange, different from those received in 1st and 2nd edition box sets)
- An awesome concert ticket for The Hectic Glow, a concert so epic that it never technically occurred.
- Four TFiOS-themed postcards designed by nerdfighters that you can send to your friend to brag that you own the John Green-narrated audiobook and they don’t.
- Three TFiOS-themed stickers, designed by the ever-talented Risa Rodil.
- A set of four TFiOS buttons, also designed by Risa (did we mention how talented she is?)
- Also, all 3,000 copies are–get this–UNSIGNED.
Seriously wondering why I don’t need this…
People, please use your turn signal when exiting the roundabout. This will save you and other people. Also, a yield sign is not equivalent to a stop sign.
On another note, I think we should be required to retake a driving test every couple of years. Less emphasis on knowing how to parallel park like when you were 16 but focus on the important things like use of indicators, making a complete stop at four-way stop signs and not texting while driving.