Thursday, December 11, 2008

Booking Through Thursday


1. Do you get to read as much as you WANT to read?
Of course not, when is there ever enough time to settle down with a good book. I love to read and read every chance I get. I take a book with me most places, never know when you are going to get stuck at a light or something like that!

2. If you had (magically) more time to read–what would you read? Something educational? Classic? Comfort Reading? Escapism? Magazines?
If I had more time to read I would read more classics, and just more of everything. I read a wide variety of genres and would continue to do so. I am not much of a sci-fi or magazine person, but anything is pretty much fair game.
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I know I haven't been around much, been busy trying to get some Christmas stuff done and trying to get some stuff done in general. And just enjoying some general down time. Sometimes you just need to do that!
But I do have some Christmas shopping done, and part of my mom's gift made. Mary's box is off to her, and I hope she likes it all!
The boys have been super busy with after school activities. J is working on some band stuff and he joined an after-school book club (my non-reader, how funny). T has had basketball try-outs. Of course there is the usual homework and after school chores. Next week is the choir and band concerts and the last week of school before Winter Break. I think they are excited for the break (at least J is).

I am going to spend this weekend putting my sewing away for the holidays so we can put up our tree, just one more thing to make before I do that! Better get going on it! LOL!.
And HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my princess Jessi! I love you!

3 comments:

Smilingsal said...

No one has enough reading time, and we all could use more to read what we like. Happy BTT!

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Terry said...

I love to read...books of all sorts and a few magazines. And no...there's never enough time to read, or do anything else I enjoy for that matter! LOL

Tracey said...

Im slowly trying to collect all of James Pattersons books, love the classics too, i have a old book from 1910 of Charles Dickens the pages are very fragile and so thin its staying on top shelf may read in in the future,

Love many other books too,