beneath the cover of another perfect wonder

where it’s so white as snow

it’s funny, i hate red hot chili peppers, but i love this song.  i have since the first time i heard it. i really love the guitar in the beginning. really really love the guitar in the beginning. wow. i have no life.

so reading lately…

from doon with death, by ruth rendell – i was looking for new stuff to read. this was recommended by the computer at work (you know i’m hard up when i take a computer’s advice on reading.) this wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t stunning. it took me only one night to read. i’m told it’s not her best, so perhaps i will try another sometime.

him, her, him again, the end of him, patricia marx – this one is oddly hilarious. it’s the tale of an obsessive lover. how anyone could love the sort of narcissist portrayed in this book is beyond me, but it is hilarious and well-written. i would never have picked it up myself, but i got the advance reader.

wow, those aren’t very good discussions, are they? i’m tired, it’s snowing like crazy, and i’m going to sleep and read and do sudoku.

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One thought on “beneath the cover of another perfect wonder

  1. SNOW? We still haven’t seen any of the white stuff around here yet. It is occasionally nippy but we haven’t been needing coats much. We’ve had lots of sunny, cool days. The kids keep wearing shorts so I had to hide them. Mary just asked me, “What’s that baby’s name?” (referring to the beautiful African baby that you’re holding.)

    Speaking of babies, Blake and Shelley just had a little girl and named her Isabelle.

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