Spring Break

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Neesy

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May 24, 2012
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I was just making a joke about reading a book about ice for spring break. Obviously it wasn't a very good one. ;-D
:facepalm::waaaht:

For Spring Break I am currently going through about 15 large type titles from the library;

- I did take out Sleeping Beauties in large type, and End of Watch plus The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, but I also have these titles:

The Heart Goes Last - Margaret Atwood

Why I read - the Serious Pleasure of Books by Wendy Lesser

I have Dick Van Dyke's biography and three from Dave Barry :haha:
 

Sundrop

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The book I am enjoying the most so far is called

The Little Book of Hygge



Yesterday I burned three candles during the day just to see how it felt - it was nice but now I have to scrape all that candle wax off my brass candlestick :burn_joss_stick:
Pop it in the freezer. Once the wax is good and hard, it's pretty easy to remove.
 
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GNTLGNT

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...at my age, there is no Spring Break-nor am I held to reading only Stephen King....granted, he and Koontz are about all I read-but at the moment I'm into a short story barrage from dozens of different writers.....kind of akin to a mental palate cleanser.....
 

fljoe0

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...at my age, there is no Spring Break-nor am I held to reading only Stephen King....granted, he and Koontz are about all I read-but at the moment I'm into a short story barrage from dozens of different writers.....kind of akin to a mental palate cleanser.....
At your age, you just have the break, no spring. ;-D
 

Neesy

#1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side
May 24, 2012
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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
...at my age, there is no Spring Break-nor am I held to reading only Stephen King....granted, he and Koontz are about all I read-but at the moment I'm into a short story barrage from dozens of different writers.....kind of akin to a mental palate cleanser.....


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