Thursday, October 9, 2008

Twilight! Who are you?

I'm a Esme! I found out through Which Twilight Female Are You? Take the quiz and find out!
For my sisters and other readers who are Twilight fans, who maybe had a countdown on their blog to the release of book 4,
who went to Barnes and Noble at 8pm, waited till midnight and gave blood in the parking lot, but got their copy home by 2 am and had finished it by 2 am the next day.
If there are any of you who haven't seen seen this yet, click on the picture to take the quiz and see which Cullen heroine you identify most with.
As you can see, I'm an Esme, which kind of makes sense. I'm fairly maternal.
And isn't there a movie coming out or something?
(Kidding, kidding!)
Oh, yeah, it comes out the day after Thanksgiving.
And for those 2 of you that don't know what I'm talking about, Twilight is an awesome book written by Stephenie Meyer, which was followed by 3 more awesome books that got awesomer as they went along.
If you haven't read them yet, they are great. I think even guys might like them.
Oh, and by the way, I got both of these pics from, just to site the reference. Take the Quiz and Share Your Results!


Tom and Lillie Wilkinson said...

Time magazine recently published an article citing Stephanie Meyer's work Link to article:,9171,1840556,00.html It is a small reference but the compliment that was paid to her was huge. Give it a look and tell me what you think -- Drew and yes I will send the fry sauce recipe

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Lydia said...

Im Esme too maybe its the kid and family thing. Lydia

Chet and Liz Hugo said...

I'm also an Esme, go figure.--Liz

Tom and Lillie Wilkinson said...

I also am an Esme. Imagine that! I think it is interesting that Thomas is so excited about this article in Time, when he won't read the books.
but I agree it is awesome that they say what they say about stephanie meyers. I enjoyed the books more than I thought I would. (I finally gave in and read them because all three of my sisters, some of whom are not big readers, kept telling me how wonderful they were.

Carrie and Karl said...

I guess I get to break the trend, I'm a Rosalie. Probably because I like to be around other people.

Tom and Lillie Wilkinson said...

Lillie's right I won't read the books (at least not now) I got excited because when time magazine looked for an answer to the problem they looked to the APA (American Psychological Association) and from those suggestions found an author who is LDS and writes her books in keepin with church standards. Isn't it interesting that in the end it is Gospel standards that are seen as effective to heal our social ills. By the way, I'm a Bella.

lekiM said...

I'm with you Lillie. I'm a Bella. I think its that I would rather read a book than go out. Fun post Della. Niki

Tom and Lillie Wilkinson said...

Sorry Niki, Lillie is an Esme. She did tell me if I was going to be silly I should at least see which male vampire I would be. Because they wouldn't let me answer the questions like I wanted to I don't think the results are valid but I am a Carlisle. -- Drew

lekiM said...

Ah I see sorry Drew for the mix up. N

Echo Lamour said...

I'm an Alice.