The Sunday Salon: March 15, 2009

It’s after 9am and I am still in my jammies. I spent the entire morning trying to figure out my blog roll problem. Any link that appears in my right sidebar suddenly vanishes until I hover over it. So if you were noted in my blog roll and see that you have vanished, I have not deleted you. I’ve reported it so we’ll see what happens.

I spent the day in Santa Barbara yesterday so I have been catching up with posts in my reader. I think I am all caught up. At least for now. Later today I am going to another card workshop. This time I am going solo. I will try to take a pic for later. I’m trying to get hubby to go to the market for me. Maybe we’ll BBQ something tonight. It’s sunny but cool out and it would be nice not to have to cook.

As for reading. I am STILL reading Drood. I am also starting Nineteen Minutes for book group and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw. My goal is to have the Drood review up by mid-week. Will I do it?? Hope so.

What is everyone else doing or reading today?

4 thoughts on “The Sunday Salon: March 15, 2009”

  1. I’ve heard Nineteen Minutes compared to We Need to Talk about Kevin, an amazing book, though a difficult book to read.

  2. I read Nineteen Minutes just before the Virginia Tech Massacre. I thought it was interesting. I’ll be interested to see what you think about it. I just noticed today Picoult’s latest novel. When I read the topic, I just rolled my eyes. Since she almost always goes for those types of situations, she can pretty much regurgitate everything she’s ever written before it. Okay, off my soapbox. 🙂I’m currently reading Foreign Tongue by Vanina Marsot. Too early to tell whether I’ll like it, though.

  3. It was snowing here yesterday and again today. Sure can’t tell it’s March here yet. I spent yesterday finishing Galway Bay and loving it.

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