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Archive for April, 2007

Must Read

Monday, April 30th, 2007

I don’t get to read many blogs at this stage in my life although I’m hoping that will change soon. But here is one you must read by my pal, Tiff.

How do I read so much?

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

Someone commented on my April Reads post and asked how I could read so much. Well, the reasons are threefold (any one who watched Friends should find that amusing)…
1. I have no life. Well, I do, but right now I don’t have a car so I spend less time doing superfluous things in le car. I am much more organized in my errand running since I have to walk there.
2. I always have a book with me. Seriously it is a disease. I cannot not read. I will read cereal boxes if I don’t have a book with me so it is just easier to always have a book with me.
3. I suffer from insomnia. I’m a night owl anyway so once my kids are in bed I frolic in the land of book mania. I can get more read in 2 hours after dark than the same 2 hours when the kids are running around.
And that my friends is the secret to my madness…er…success.

April 2007 reads

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007

1. Evanly Bodies by Rhys Bowen
2. Quaker Summer by Lisa Samson
3. We Shall Not Sleep by Anne Perry read review here
4. Glitter of Diamonds by N.J. Lindquist read review here
5. Fudge Cupcake Murder by Joanne Fluke
6. Sugar Cookie Murder by Joanne Fluke
7. Peach Cobbler Murder by Joanne Fluke
8. Miss Julia Strikes Back by Ann B. Ross
9. The Quilter’s Homecoming by Jennifer Chiaverini
10. A Deadly Yarn by Maggie Sefton
11. Chamomile Mourning by Laura Childs
12. Cherry Cheesecake Murder by Joanne Fluke
13. Light On Snow by Anita Shreve
14. Of Ice and Steel by D. Clayton Meadows – review here
15. The Stormy Petrol by Mary Stewart
16. Blood Orange Brewing by Laura Childs
17. Still Life by Louise Penny
18. A Wrinkle In Time by Madeline L’Engle
19. The Tale of Desperaux by Kate DiCamillo
20. Tumbling Blocks by Earlene Fowler
21. Tallgrass by Sandra Dallas
In progress:
The Spring Cleaning Murders by Dorothy Cannell
The Five Love Languages of Children by Smalley & Trent

Of Ice and Steel

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007

my review is up on armchairinterviews.com. Check it out – here.

Tuesday’s Happies

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007

1. Checking my email at the library.
2. Listening to my ipod while checking my email at the library.
3. Looking out the window and seeing the beautiful spring sunshine and knowing that I’ll be walking home in it in about an hour.
4. Not getting a phone call from my son’s school…yet.
5. Stacks of books waiting for me at home.
6. Too many dishes in the sink (no, I don’t like dishes, but the dishes attest to the fact that despite my limited income my children are well fed).
7. Hope…sometimes it is blinding like the spring sunshine. Sometimes it is a gentle warmth that comes with kind words. Sometimes it washes over you like waves in the ocean and sometimes it just envelopes you slowly. Sometimes it is like water in a dry land, but it is there if you look for it.

Forgot to post this challenge

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

The Spring Reading Thing. List forthcoming.
I just pulled a bunch of books from my stacks that I’ve been meaning to read, but got called away from by other…books. Can you tell what my favorite genre is?
1. Between Friends by Debbie Macomber
2. Jane & the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor by Stephanie Barron
3. Nursery Crimes by Ayelet Waldman
4. North of Tomorrow by Cindy Martinusen
5. Death on the Family Tree by Patricia Sprinkle
6. Mrs Jeffries On the Ball by Emily Brightwell

‘Nother day…’nother challenge

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

I joined another challenge, but I’m having a hard time coming up with my list. I’m trying. It is just so hard to choose. I will post it as soon as I narrow it down.
Here it is. I spent some time researching what my library had and what amazon reviewers said –
1. Digging to America by Anne Tyler
2. The Keep by Jennifer Egan
3. The Road by Cormac McCarthy
4. Arthur and George by Julian Barnes
5. Brookland by Emily Barton

a day in the life

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

There are times when I think I need to blog/write more about a day in the life of a family with a child that has Asperger’s. But…often I am so caught up in the emotion and the turmoil that I just need to escape it for a bit. Thus I blog about inconsequential things or books.
Oprah had a special about autism on a few weeks ago. One of the parents made a statement that I’d like to put out here as an example of a day in the life – A bad is a bad day and a good day is a bad day waiting to happen.
That sounds so…pessimistic. But I understand. I am at the point where I’m afraid to be hopeful anymore. Because while hope in God is good. Hope in this ever changing beast – this disorder -is not possible. It is hard to find hope in every day life. It can be done, but when you are emotionally and physically drained some times it seems beyond your ken.
I’ll blog more about the good side of Asperger’s, but I needed to say this today.

Classics Challenge

Wednesday, April 18th, 2007

Classics Challenge
1.Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
2.Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
3. Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
4. Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott
5. Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen

Something About Me Challenge

Wednesday, April 18th, 2007

Something About Me
1. A Girl Named Zippy: Growing Up Small in Mooreland, Indiana by Haven Kimmel
2. Sixpence House: Lost in a Town of Books by Paul Collins
3. The Amateur Marriage by Anne Tyler
4. Operating Instructions: A Journal of my Son’s First Year by Anne Lamott
5. Fool’s Puzzle by Earlene Fowler
Now, try to guess what these books say about me. Hee Hee.