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Apr. 11th, 2009

Easter Vigil Mass tonight. Went to Lane Bryant yesterday to get my dress. It's Easter egg purple chiffon with pleats. If I find a pic, I'll show you. It's shorter than I'm truly comfortable with, but it was the only dress I could find to go with the Kirks Folly "Fairy Crown Jewels" necklace I bought on sale a while back. I'll also wear it to Wicked next month and Leigh Erin's wedding in July.

Also went book shopping. Got David Plotz's Good Book: The Bizarre, Hilarious, Disturbing, Marvelous, And Inspiring Things I Learned When I Read Every Single Word of the Bible (it's the expanded, paper version of his "Blogging The Bible"), Nora Roberts' Stars and Treasures, Kerrelyn Sparks' Secret Life of a Vampire (the next book in her Love At Stake series), and... *drumroll*

L.J. Smith's The Vampire Diaries, The Return: Nightfall! *squees* Do you know how much I loved The Vampire Diaries when I was in middle school? (Wow, am I dating myself.) Let's just say the spines of the four paperbacks are well-creased. And now there's another one?!

But this is on my list. I'm still reading Ravens in the Library, then Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is next (got it last week), then I'll probably have to re-read the other four books. Yeah, lots of reading to do this spring/summer.

Liam Neeson is going to play Zeus in the remake of Clash of the Titans. Guess who's playing Hades. No, not James Woods (though that would be mind-blowingly awesome). It's Ralph Fiennes! *squees again* One of my crushes playing my favorite Greek god? This is too damn cool! Though, (*pulls on nitpicking hat*) why is it called Clash of the Titans? The Titans were Zeus and Hades' parents' generation. It should be called Clash of the Olympians. And yes, I've seen the original movie. That didn't explain the title either. Speaking of the original movie, I don't remember Hades being in it. I guess I'll have to watch it again.