Self Discovery

People often say that this or that person has not yet found himself. But the self is not something one finds, it is something one creates. ~Thomas Szasz, "Personal Conduct," The Second Sin, 1973

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Meg Cabot/stephanie davis (i don't know its confusing)- smart boys and fast girls

This book was delicious if u wanted just a simple mood lifter totally teenage recommended (sorry adults). i luved it and it soo made me want a even though it's very obvious who's gonna end up with who i always enjoy how they end up together. anyway heres the stuff

book summary

ON YOUR MARK. Natalie Page is overlooked and unappreciated. Yeah, sure, she can run fast. Yeah, sure, all the boys love a buddy. Yeah, she has plans every weekend night...with her friends and their boyfriends. GET SET. It's time for the world to sit up and take notice. When Natalie makes the varsity cross country team, it seems like the fast track to being cool. The popular girls notice her, the hunky captain of the boys team is giving her rides home. Natalie Page is off and running. Then she starts to fail geometry. She has to get a tutor: a very annoying boy who thinks sports is for idiots. A very smart boy who thinks she's stupid. A very cute boy who already has a girlfriend and has no interest in her. A boy she told her parents she was dating. GO! Natalie Page can run. Now she has to decide how to finish.

i'm currently reading every boys got one by meg cabot and i'm liking it so far am not sure if i got the name right though lol.

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