My Little (Don’t get fooled, it’s really big and gigantic and enormous and ginormous…) Impossible List

Hi! I’m back! For 5 days! I’m doing this link-up from The Book Chewers today! I know I’m supposed to show you guys pictures of places some of you’ve been before, and seen before, and taken pictures before, and seen so many times it gets really boring, but I’m still posting them……..LATER! I’m just procrastinating from choosing the photos for a bit, since I have about 180 of them, and most I don’t need…. I have lots of work to do. (And I hate work.)

 

Here’s the button:

Grab the real one on the website!

Anyways, here’s my list:

1. Become a cat and join the Clans.

2. Send someone an Earwax flavored bean.

3. Find a garden like Mary Lenox’s.

4. Become Nicholas Benedict’s assistant.

5. Help the Mysterious Benedict Society hold Mr. Curtain back.

6. Morph into something awesome.

7. Eat Blue M&Ms.

8. Fly on a broom.

9. Collect the Chocolate Frog cards.

10. Win an argument with Constance Contraire.

 

That’s all! Or the most important parts of the list that I can think of… it’s just, shortened.

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7 thoughts on “My Little (Don’t get fooled, it’s really big and gigantic and enormous and ginormous…) Impossible List

    • My first reaction was…someone wishes to do stuff with the MBS too?? Then, I was like, I shouldn’t be so obsessed with one book. Stop doing it for you book talks. (Irrelevant Elephants but still.)

      PS. I still have my project lying around. The book talk about MBS. If you want to see it, I can take photos. But make sure you tell me via email! But you’ll have to hunt down my email yourself….hehehe…

      • Robyn Hoode says:

        I love The Mysterious Benedict Society. I wish Trenton Lee Stewart would write more books about them.
        Have you read The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict?

      • I’ve really wanted it. But the hardcover version was so expensive and I was broke, since I have to pay lots of library fines because I like to reread my books. When the paperback version came out, I was even MORE broke. Don’t get me wrong, but I give a limit to myself when it comes to buying books, because I can spend my family’s whole paycheck at PageOne. So I put a limit over the money allowed on my books. I think my friend has one, so I’m just gonna bug him until he “willingly” gives me his copy.

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