Wednesday, November 19, 2008

How I Am Spending My Days

I am so sick of clinical appointments. Okay, there, I've said it. That gets that out of my system.

(Sorry; I had two appointments today and one yesterday and two last week and two or three or something next week and ARGH.)

Moving on ...

I just picked up an extremely battered paperback copy of Stephanie Meyer's Twilight at the library -- I think my name was number one hundred-fifty-something on the waiting list. I wonder what I shall find upon reading it, having heard all the wonderful things I have?

I have also recently found myself whiling away the hours immersed in Meg Cabot's Princess Diaries novels. They're a lot of fun and a nice break from all the appointments (let's not go there again).

The weather is very cold here in Rhode Island. My breath has become very white and I need three quilts to get through the nights.

So really, I don't have much solid blogging material for now, but it's been a while and I felt I should blog anyway.



Marjorie said...

Hey, comments about what you're reding are perfectly valid blog posts! I shall be interested to hear what you make of Twilight - I've heard very mixed things about it and haven't got around to reading it yet.

I'm re-reading all my Madeleine L'Engles at present, with the Maryjanice Davidson vampires by way of light relief. That and trying to find all the books Terry Pratchett quoted from last week, as so many of them sounded as though I'd like to read them...

EmilyLady said...

I quite like "Twilight" so far. From a critical point of view, there are flaws I could name, but the hungry reader in me just finds it hard not to like.

I have never actually read a Madeleine L'Engle book. Enjoy your re-reading -- I think re-reading is often a great joy.