Considering that I am atheist…

…There is way too much God in my life!
I wake up, and during my breakfast, I watch Touched By An Angel and 7th Heaven.
Then, I read Little Women, and Mrs March is all like “Lean on the arm of God!!”.
Even reading Enemy Mine, God is there, because they’re always talking about the Shizumaat!
And while I love 7th Heaven (until the parents go batshit crazy), and Enemy Mine has strengthened my relationship with Mickey Mouse,  it means I am constantly thinking about religion!
Which is a pointless cycle, where I always come to the conclusion “I don’t like it.”

Note on my ‘atheism’ : I do actually have spiritual beliefs, so I am not strictly atheist, but ‘agnostic’ doesn’t put across the message that I dislike almost all forms of organised religion.
But on the other hand, atheism could be called a religion.
There needs to be a new word for me *nods*
Aaaand… I made this post after looking at my tag cloud and thinking “I don’t want God’s name that big. I talk about him too much. I don’t like religion, and I don’t want people to think I do by talking about it so much.” =/ *sigh*
If I did talk about religion as much as I think about religion then the word ‘religion’ would be the only one in my tag cloud!

Little Women – Review-ish

UNRELATED :: omfg, it’s the first of February… Mum and I just had a pinchy-punchy fight. I lost.
Pretty sure we looked like demented crabs clapping our fingers, circling each other and jumping back and forth.
I wonder if everyone at school has a sore arm, lol.
((We’re not abusive, it’s “Pinch-and-a-punch-for-the-first-day-of-the-month… and-no-returns-of-any-kind”))

I recently got my bedroom into wonderful order – I moved all my furniture, put in a tv, dvd, vcr and n64 (oh dear, I sound spoiled), emptied out my scrapbooking shelves and moved the shelves on top of my dresser to hold my books.
After all my books were unpacked and looking pretty (although a few were bent from being in boxes T-T), I thought I might read through the ones I haven’t read yet.
So, I have a collection of Goosebumps, Jean Plaidy, and H.G Wells to go through, along with randoms like To Kill A Mockingbird, Enemy Mine (which I just started last night), and you guessed it, Little Women.
My copy of Little Women looks like a library reject from a school in Victoria, for it’s filled with stamps and lil envelopes, and it’s held together with staples and sticky tape.

Anyway, if you haven’t read Little Women by Louisa M. Alcott yet, even though it’s an incredibly old book and the spoilers aren’t very exciting, don’t read after the jump!