Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Moving right along, "Life as a Prayer" book, more.

Literally and figuratively. Moving is a pain. I have too much stuff. Hence...yard sale! Eventually, anyway. *grin*

Found a super-fun website called LibraryThing. You can catalogue all of your books (okay, 200 for a free account, but as many as you want with a paid account). I'm addicted. So far I've listed over 350 books, and I know I have more than that. I know I will accumulate many, many more with my bookstore addiction. ^_^

Speaking of books, I read Michele's book "Life as a Prayer: Recapturing the Wind of Head Covering". It was really good, I thought. I kinda want to buy a few copies and give them as presents. *big grin* ...But who would I give them to?

Work is same ol', same ol'. I found the library here, so...yay! I'm going to start checking out hardcovers, since they're so expensive, and wait for my favorites to come out in paperback.

Cats + running across wood and/or ceramic tile floors = slip 'n slide FAIL. LOL One of them totally spun in a circle. Another fell on his booty. Who needs TV when you have cats? I'm constantly entertained.

And...my DVD player broke. For No. Flipping. Reason. ????? I think I'm cursed when it comes to electronics. With the exception of TVs, which seem to last forever. : )

Hope you're all doing well.


  1. Hey, great to hear from you! LOL @ your description of your feline entertainment! ;) Good to read an update and I hope you are enjoying your new place - and library!


  2. Television set only has one purpose in my household - resting place / lookout point / display venue for cats! Two of them - Marcel and Ludwika, aka Itsy and Lala! Greetings from the three of us over here in cold, snowy Poland :)

  3. What was this book about that you read, the one by Michelle? How was it? where would I find it if I were interested in it?

  4. Anonymous,

    The book is called "Life as a Prayer: Recapturing the Wind of Head Covering" by Michele Barnes McClendon. You can get it on Amazon. I thought it was a really good book and plan on rereading it before too long. : ) Get it and enjoy!