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She is the master of her genre; she is the George Bernard Shaw, if not the George Eliot of [her genre]. Cabot has. The Princess Diaries About the Books. Toggle navigation The Princess Diaries. About the Series. I am fairly sure my dad wouldn't let me date a guy who'd graduated from high school already. Except Michael, of course.
But he doesn't count, because I've known him for so long. Something is happening. Boris has lifted his head from his desk. He is gazing at Lilly with eyes that remind me of hotly blazing coals But whatever. He is gazing at her with the same kind of fixed concentration he used to stare at his picture of world-class violinist, and Boris's role model, Joshua Bell.
He's opening his mouth. He's about to say something. I have never seen so much blood.
I am almost surely destined for some kind of career in the medical sciences, however, because I didn't feel like fainting. Not even once. In fact, except for Michael and maybe Lars, I think I am the only person in the room to have kept my head. This is undoubtedly due to the fact that, being a writer, I am a natural observer of all human interactions, and I saw what was coming before anyone The nurse even said that if it hadn't been for my quick intervention, Boris might have lost a lot more blood.
How's that for princesslike behavior, Grandmere? I saved a guy's life! Well, okay, maybe not his life, but whatever, Boris might have passed out or something if it hadn't been for me. I can't even imagine what caused him to freak out like that. Well, yes, I guess I can. I think the silence in the G and T room caused Boris to go momentarily mental. I can totally see how it would, since it was bugging me, as well.
You can't do this to me! You've got to give me a chance to prove my undying devotion!
It's kind of hard to remember, given what happened next. I do remember how Lilly replied, however. She was actually somewhat kind. You could tell she felt a little bit bad about her behavior towards Boris at my party. She went, in a nice voice, "Boris, seriously, I am so sorry, especially about the way it happened. But the truth is, when a love like mine for Jangbu takes hold, there's no stopping it.
You can't hold back the floodwaters in the F train subway tunnels when it pours. Similarly, you can't hold back love like the kind I feel for Jangbu. I am so, so sorry about it, but seriously, there's nothing I can do.
I love him. He shuddered all over. In fact, the reason it's in the G and T room is that it's so heavy, nobody can get it to spin anymore, so the administration, rather than throwing it away, must have figured, well, just stick it in the classroom with the nerds, they'll take anything I think I can safely say that there was no doubt in anybody's mind that Boris meant what he said. He was totally going to drop that globe on his head. Threatens to drop a globe on his head? I bet there are geniuses out there who have dropped weirder stuff than globes on their heads.
Like cinder blocks and cats and stuff. Just to see what would happen. I mean, come on.
They're geniuses. Because Boris was a genius, and so was Lilly, she reacted to his threat the way only another genius would. A normal girl, like me, would have gone, "No, Boris! Put the globe down, Boris!
Let's talk, Boris! See if I care. Or maybe on purpose, what the Drs.
And then Boris clapped his hands to his scalp and started staggering around, upsetting the sticky glue guy, who seemed to be afraid Boris would crash into him and mess up his notes. It was kind of interesting to see how everyone reacted. Lilly put both hands to her cheeks and just stood there, pale as Michael swore and started towards Boris. Lars ran from the room, yelling, "Mrs. But you get what I mean. Boris, to my very great surprise, did what I said.
He sank down into the nearest desk, shivering like Rommel during a thunderstorm. Then I said, in the same commanding voice that didn't seem to belong to me, "Move your hands! That's when I stuck my wadded up sweater over the small hole in Boris's head, to stop the bleeding, just like I saw a vet do on Animal Precinct when Officer Anne Marie Lucas brought in a pit bull that had been shot.
Hill came running into the room, followed by Lars and about half the faculty, who'd apparently all been in the teachers' lounge doing nothing, as the teachers at Albert Einstein High School are wont to do. Boris, you're going to be all right. Just take a deep breath. Now take another one. Deep, even breaths.
You're going to be fine. You're going to be just fine. One of the teachers went and got the nurse, who made me move my sweater a little so that she could see Boris's wound. Then she hastily made me press the sweater back down. Then she said to Boris in the same calming voice Michael was using, "Come along, young man. Let's go to my office. So Lars and Michael half-carried Boris to the nurse's office while I just kept my sweater pressed to his head, because, well, nobody had told me to stop.
She also looked a bit sick to her stomach. Which if you ask me serves her right. So now Michael and Lars and I are sitting here as the nurse fills out an incident report. She called Boris's mother, who is supposed to come get him and take him to their family doctor. While the wound caused by the globe isn't too deep, the nurse thinks it will probably require a few stitches, and that Boris will need a tetanus shot.
And now that Mia's one true love, Michael, is uptown at college, what's the point of even getting up for school in the morning? But the last straw is what Lana whispers to her on the lunch line about what college boys expect of their girlfriends. Really, it's almost more than a princess in training can bear. Princess Diaries 6. This year, she's looking forward to the most perfect Christmas ever: her boyfriend, Michael, and her best friend, Lilly, are coming to Genovia, too.
But even a princess's plans can go awry. Lilly has a lot to learn about palace protocol, and with all the state holiday functions Mia must attend, there's no time to linger under the mistletoe with Michael.
Worst of all, Mia hasn't been able to find him the perfect gift. Can Mia stop her bah-hum bugging long enough to see that the perfect present has nothing to do with international express courier -- and everything to do with real love?
Princess Diaries Party Princess Princess just want to have fun. And Mia does too, despite the fact that the student government over which she presides is suddenly broke. But Grandmere's got a wacky scheme to raise the money, catapult Mia to theatrical fame, and link her romantically with an eligible teen bachelor who's not her boyfriend.