I was going through my notebook yesterday- this notebook (It is almost dead, less than 5 pages remain):
I must go and buy another notebook today. I will feel naked without one in my bag at all times.
But, back to my original point-- I was going through my notebook yesterday and I came across this quote I had written down from Dave Eggers memoir A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius:
"Oh please. What would a brain do if not these sorts of exercises? I have no idea how people function without near-constant internal chaos. I'd lose my mind."
I also wrote down the page number (214). I grabbed the book and pulled it open and, sure enough, I had highlighted that section and scrawled the words "Brilliant!" There are a few other quotes in the pages following where I had underlined certain parts.
(Does anyone else do this to the books they love?)
Are you one of them?