If you had to be locked inside somewhere overnight, where would you want to be?
One good look at the posts immediately preceding this one will tell you that I have an addiction to reading. In fact, right now I’m making myself re-read every book I have before allowing myself to buy any new books. As I read them, I will review them. See, this is where being locked in B&N would be helpful…
I’ve told myself I won’t buy any new books until I’ve reviewed all of the books currently sitting in my iPad. But, if I happened to be locked in B&N overnight and just happened to have to pull some books off the shelf because I didn’t realize the iPad was in the car, I’m not breaking my challenge to myself.
Why does it have to be B&N? One word. Starbucks. If I’m stuck inside overnight, I’m assuming that I’ve been awake at least a good part of the day. Being in empty, strange places makes it really hard for me to sleep, plus there’s that whole point of cramming in as many books as possible. I will need caffeine. Oh, who am I kidding, even if I was bright eyed and bushy tailed from a good night of sleep, I’d want the caffeine. Since I have experience as a barista, I’d be 110% set for the night.
Where would you want to be locked in over night?
This post is part of the November NaBloPoMo challenge. When I miss days, which I’m sure I will, I’d love to blame it on the fact that I’m also participating in NaNoWriMo but the truth is I probably just forgot. I would quit trying, but that is the only way to guarantee you will never succeed!