Harry Potter – The End

Thank goodness for Pottermore. Shit must be seriously saving lives. Because without the anticipation of what’s in store for J.K.’s newest initiative, this Friday would have been the saddest day in all the days of Potter fanatics.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 premieres.

I wish I could go see it Thursday at midnight, but as I’ll be in Pheonix and as I’ll have a 7am flight home the next day, I don’t think I’ll be able to. We’ll see. Who needs sleep anyway? NOT ME.

I’ve been preparing, though. Have you?

– Listened to Deathly Hallows audio book not once, but TWICE in the last six months. It’s no easy feat, let me tell you. Especially when you’re trying to drive and sobbing all at the same time.

– Hit up abcFamily’s Harry Potter weekend marathon. It was a slow, boring weekend because the boy is on a cruise. So I literally watched every movie except Half Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows 1. I even watched Goblet of Fire TWICE (once on Saturday, then again for the full sweep on Sunday).

– I might bring Sorcerer’s Stone with me on my flight to Pheonix. I’ve got my re-read of Song of Ice and Fire to get through prior to Dances with Dragons (um. That comes out TOMORROW), but it might be nice to revisit the first book in the HP series as a nostalgia factor prior viewing the final movie.

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One Response to Harry Potter – The End

  1. Ashley says:

    Has there seriously been a tv marathon on this weekend?? We've been paying to rent them on Amazon and have so far made it through Goblet of Fire in our own little marathon. Should've known!

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