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Friday, April 12th, 2013
Tomorrow’s Book Club

Tomorrow we discuss A Turn of LIght by Julie Czerneda for book club. Wheee! I will say, however, that because of unexpected soccer scheduling (as in we just got the schedule for tomorrow), we’ll have to start in the afternoon, if that’s all right.

You ever had one of those days where it feels all your nerves are exposed and getting pecked at by woodpeckers? That was my day. I’m seeking calm now. Sadly, eating myself into a stupor doesn’t seem like a good idea (I don’t have the chocolate for it anyhow), and I’ve never been good at drinking when I’m upset (I only get sick), and when I try meditation, there’s frequent moments of Squirrel! So I’m on the couch with a book (well, as soon as I’m done here) and dogs and tea and quiet. We’ll see if that works. Tomorrow will be exercise. I want to take the dogs for a long ramble, just as soon as I buy new leashes, since their old ones have vanished (what was that? One of the woodpeckers? Yes). Poor things. I got them all prepped to go tonight and no leashes to be found. I discovered that one promptly chewed through a soaker hose in revenge. Gotta get stuff to fix that next, I spose.

And as this is entirely appropriate and funny, I’m including it:

Sing the chorus loud when you get there. For me. Wait for it. You’ll know what it is.

One comment to “Tomorrow’s Book Club”

  1. Douglas Meeks
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     · April 12th, 2013 at 8:21 pm · Link

    I have to confess that I have not had a chance to read the book yet. I have been buried in books to review from the websites that I review for and have to support the authors they support as far as reading their books (there is no effort to influence what I write). I am reading one now that releases in 2 weeks and I have to get it finished and review written in the next couple of days. I guess I will just have to lurk and make snarky comments 🙂 You don’t want to know about the bad books I have read 🙁



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