Monday, August 13, 2007

Busy indeed!


I am so tired...still.
Saturday I didn't get any sleep until noon...and then it as only for a couple hours...while everyone else kept working...because I had to be back to work at 8. I ended up waking up before I wanted to though, but that was ok because Cliff was in for the day and he included me in the dinner plans...he was only planning on taking Mom, but since I was awake. And then...we were 3 hours late getting the Sunday paper done, which I had to stay for because for some reason, I'm normal mailroom personnel for the Sunday paper...so I didn't get home until almost 8am. But I did sleep pretty much all day Sunday after that, once I got to sleep [my feet hurt sooo bad]. I still haven't completely recovered. At least I have the rest of tonight before I have to be back to work Tuesday at 5.
I got to see five shooting starts last night...I missed a few, because Paige and Winnie and Roger saw some that I missed :( But it was so good to be able to lay on the ground and just watch for the stars...it's been a few years since I've been able to do that. Did anyone else get to see any? Already I am looking forward to next August's star shower :)
I just read an excellent book. "Deception" by Randy Alcorn. A murder mystery, which isn't usually my thing, but it was by this guy and I've read another of his books, "Safely Home" which is a book that I think ought to be read by every Christian. There is just a reality about his writing that I find refreshing...not to mention that it's riveting as well. I even talked Alfonse into ordering the first two books in the series for the library - which is another great thing about this book...it's so well written, that you can read it without having read the first two and don't get lost...but it does create a desire to read the first two...because you've like, gotten attached to the characters and you just want to know more about them.
Next on my list to read is "Skin" by Ted Dekker, another excellent Christian suspense writer. I'll let you know what I think about it as well.
Closing on that thought. :D

1 comment:

Jean-Luc Picard said...

You're very occupied; it's always interesting to hear what some people think of books.