Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Cheer


I have been so pouty this week over my fabric design computer troubles. Its very isolating with no one who knows what they are doing nearby to trouble shoot with.  But I have had some other things to cheer me up.

Riley is here to stay for a few days.
We have chicken duty again.
My little sister is headed my way.
so are my parents, 
my on line video rental is sending me the good version of Pride and Prejudice
Mandee called to tell me about the Twilight preview she found here.


Well life isn't always as easy as we wish it would be, but there are still good things to look forward to.
Speaking of good things. I'm pleased to report that I loved Jane Eyre! Great ending.  And I'm moving on to Romeo and Juliet.  Should I be embarrassed to admit that I'm reading Stephanie Meyer's book list.  Yes, I probably should. But of course you can't go wrong with Romeo and Juliet.

5 comments:

mindy said...

I'm sorry about the fabric design woes. I hope you are able to find some help soon.

Glad you enjoyed Jane Eyre. David & I are reading it out loud together and just read chapters 2 & 3 last night. And I think it's perfectly fine to read Stephanie Meyers' book list. It looks like she has some great ones on there. I put a request in at our library for her new book, The Host, (not part of the Bella/Edward saga)...I'm 187th in line. It could be a while, even with the 30 or so copies they have.

Kathryn said...

I know I printed out Stephanie Meyer's book list when I first read Twilight. She has some good picks. She came out with a new book called "The Host". I heard it was really good.

Kathryn said...

I know I printed out Stephanie Meyer's book list when I first read Twilight. She has some good picks. She came out with a new book called "The Host". I heard it was really good.

Kathryn said...

I know I printed out Stephanie Meyer's book list when I first read Twilight. She has some good picks. She came out with a new book called "The Host". I heard it was really good.

Mom said...

I read Charlotte Bronte's biography and a Jane Eyre like story really happened in her neighborhood. And although that part didn't happen to her much of the story comes from her real life events.