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Monday, February 10, 2014

Whatz Happenin' Around Here . . .


book club tomorrow evening
and we will be discussing


 
time to get busy
cut some paper dolls
and make some cards
want to help me snip
 


warning you
not an easy read
but if you do so
you won't be thinking about weather

 

 
I am at that not finished stage of
don't want this book to end
~
what makes a good read for you
?
until next time
your lynne
 
 

22 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i'm not in a reading stage of my life right now (except for blogs). :)

Nancy's Notes said...

Oh Lynn, I find myself not reading enough and when I do, I don't like them to end either! Bet your paper dolls will be just adorable!

Kerin said...

Looks like you've got some great reading material there.
Oh, I just love a book that pulls you right in, and when you finish the book, you think about it for a few days :)

Smiles :)
K.

Sarah Huizenga said...

Cute paper dolls. Have fun at book club.

Jojo said...

Paper dolls!! Love! Love! Oh I can't wait for the day that work is less demanding to make way for more reading time!!

Retired Knitter said...

Well my favorite reads at the moment are zombie novels that run as a series over several books - and a close second are tales of survival - either of family or a town. End of the world type stuff.

babs said...

Let me know how book club goes and the next read.
Miss you! Gorgeous here! Out for morning walk.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

I tend to read mysteries and spy novels...always want the guys in the white hat to win, doncha know? I'm battening down the hatches for the next storm...how about you?

Musings from Kim K. said...

Thank you for the sweet get-well kitty card. Luna is laying next to me. The sun is out. The snow is sparkling in the backyard. I'm taking in the peace and quiet of an empty house. I'm not used to moving this slow. I keep making lists of books to read. Thank you for sharing. I saved all of my Mary Engelbreit paper dolls from her Home Companion. Time to get them out with Josie. Emma loved them so.

Missy George said...

I probably don't read 2 books a year..Too much time on the computer and walking Mollie...I like James Patterson/Alex Cross..If I do get in to a book , I do nothing else til it's finished..Looks like a lot of cuttin' up there Lynne..

Olive said...

I love a good mystery but will read just about anything. Just finished a really funny scifi book. xo, olive

Deanna said...

Oh I have that last book on my Kindle, I am looking forward to reading it. Now reading The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey, why we picked a story set in Alaska during the winter for February is beyond me. Did you like your book for this month? And don't ya just love book clubs?!

Cindy said...

I'm terrible at being an organied reader. I have a book on my tablet right now, I also have a glimpse of a book not finished reading on my phone. And I listen to a series of books on my mp3. I've been reading about the South lately

eileeninmd said...

I love the mysteries, Lynne! I have 2 1/2 books on my ipad to finish. Cute paper dolls, a nice project I am sure. Have a happy day!

Mary Jane Doe said...

I love books that keep me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end.

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I don't know either of those books - be sure to let us know how they are. That looks like a lot of snipping - very cute! Enjoy your book group!

Bonnie said...

Oh I can't wait to hear what your book group thought about "Tell the Wolves I'm Home". My reading is very eclectic. I'm working on a post about my book groups last read. Sweet paper dolls. Bonnie

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Sense and Sensibility. I just finished reading it last night. I had seen the movie and the book was different. Not easy to read as it was in the Queen's old English..but I loved it and it was a bit different than the movie. Some surprises.
Another one I, like you, didn't want it to end, was "A Painted House"...fantastic.
A good read for me is Historical novels. HOW I love them.
I always read the same book more than once if it is good.
Same with movies. Red's and Out of Africa are two of my favorites.
IN LOVE with those Mary Engelbreit paper dolls. Where in the world did you find them??
So sweet. Of course I will help cut. Not kidding either. I love cutting out paper dolls.

I would join a book club I think, if there were one around here. I might see if I can find one.

:) You take care if you have to get out there and drive. Okay?
Love,
Mona

Daphne Bryson said...

Good Morning Lynne, Well you have just taken me back to my childhood. I used to love cutting out and playing with paper dolls. They were so much fun.
I love reading and the book I am reading at the moment is The Siege by Helen Dunmore. I don't read as often as I used to, but I love sitting in the garden on a warm, summer's day curled up with a book. The trouble is the warm sun usually sends me to sleep.
Best Wishes
Daphne

Nancy said...

I'm into biographies right now and need to make a trip to the library today. Have a great day Lynne!

From the Kitchen said...

I have that book in my stack of "to reads". It will be interesting to know how your group liked it. My group meets next week. We'll be discussing "The Bully Pulpit".

Best,
Bonnie

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

So it's a good book? I'm always on the lookout for one.

Jen