2. The last time I went to a bookstore I nearly didn't buy anything. (Just kidding!)
3. When I drive I enjoy the freedom of not having to rely on public transportation. (This only happens about once a year when I'm in Canada).
4. I thought I saw someone I knew standing at the crosswalk.
5. Give me a house with an ocean view (I can dream!), give me more hours in the day, give me Cheerios. (Seriously! I'll give you my address! They're not available here and I've been craving them lately. Raspberries too but they don't travel so well ;)
6. Next week I am looking forward to cooler weather (unlikely but fingers crossed).
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I’m looking forward to reading more of Maus II, tomorrow my plans include maybe going shopping with H and eating out somewhere and Sunday, I want to relax and work on some stuff I didn't get done this week!
I was tagged by Jean Chia for the 123 Book Meme and I'm always up for another round of that one.
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1. Pick up the nearest book of at least 123 pages.
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences after the tag chain.
5. Spread this tag to as many people as you can.
Book Tag Chain: 1) Only The Good Stuff, What Simply Works 2) Reflexes 3) A Great Pleasure 4) Color It Green 5) In Spring it is the Dawn 6) Your Site Here
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Like I mentioned above, right now I'm reading Maus II by Art Spiegelman, and here's page 123:
A few years ago I went outside here to buy for Mala bagels. I got dizzy, so like now, I grabbed to a bush, and I fell...I'm also reading Cave in the Snow by Vicki MacKenzie:
I crawled to the side so people can see me but won't step on me. Finally someone helped.
She looked upon these friendships as 'treasures' in her life. 'I have met some truly wonderful people - and I am always grateful for that', she said.I'm going to tag Florinda, Madeleine, Janet, Popin, Kailana, and anyone else who feels like it. And of course feel free to ignore the tag if you're not in the mood.
Her friends, family and the multitude of sentient beings she did not know were also included in her prayers and meditations.