I have a pretty active imagination. I enjoy stories that inspire it. When I was a child I loved "Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass". I read Lord of the Rings three times. I like really good science fiction. I think I inherited that from my dad who had a huge collection of science fiction classics. When I was having a sick day from school as a child, I would pick out one of his books to read.
This week I've been reading The Time Traveler's Wife. I started it once before, but gave up after reading a a few pages. I thought it was too confusing, with all the times and ages jumping around. This time, though, I am finding it interesting. I guess I'm in a more patient mood now. I was thinking maybe I should see the movie, to see how they handled the story. But maybe not, after enjoying a book, the movie is often disappointing. Does anyone know about this one?
Speaking of unbelievable stories, I can enjoy them if they are told well. I can suspend disbelief if the story is good enough. Like "Lost" the t.v. show. I've been watching it from the beginning. I almost gave up on it a couple of times, but always came back. The finale is tomorrow night, and i will be watching... all two and a half hours of it! I was intrigued by the characters and how they have developed. As I have written before, my favorite character was Daniel Faraday, a physicist who landed on the island and immediately sensed abnormalities in the light rays there. Also, I had to find out what was up with that Four-Toed Statue! Cool!