I’ve got 563 books to read and I’m stuck on the, House of Sand and Fog.
Every time I pick it up I enjoy it, but, I just don’t think to pick it up. I want to know what happens to the people – although the girl’s a bit annoying if you ask me. I want to watch the movie, which I wont let myself do until I’ve finished the book. And, more importantly, I’ve got loads and loads of murder mysteries just sitting there waiting to feed my need to brutally murder someone.
Actually, that’s not strictly true, but, I do often wonder why I like to read them so much. Maybe it’s my need for justice. Let’s hope so anyway. Bottom line, we might never know …
So I’ve been reading this one book for months and months now and it’s beginning to annoy me. It’s like a sore tooth, niggling away at me. I can’t abandon it though as it will forever haunt me.
My task for this coming week.
Finish the darn book why don’t you!
I woke up today thinking about an old friend. Someone I met in high school and who is godmother to two of my children. We lost touch a very long time ago. I came to live in America and she is still (I’m thinking) back in England. I wanted the internet to help me find her. It can find other things, why not her. Darn Internet.
You know in England, when people write letters, well my people anyway, they don’t put their address on the envelope, or on the top of the letter. I suppose they just think you will always know where they live, even if you haven’t heard from them for years and have forgotten their address.
I feel as though I’m losing my life.
I can’t find my friends. My eldest child is grown up and gone. Spencer One Eye is getting really, really, old. I’m getting old. And those old peeps who live in my family and who are parents and uncles and aunts and those kind of things are just up and dying, or going into those horrible old people homes to live out their days eating mushed food, surrounded by other old people, wondering what the h#@^ happened.
And, to top it all off, I’m worried about who ends up with the d^#* fog house.
And, all Spencer’s worried about is getting me to stop writing this drivel.
Maybe he’s got a point.
So, mooovin’ on –
here’s a quilt update.
I’m thinking green.
Not any old green.
Lime green. (Don’t worry I’m probably just channeling my psychotic side – again).
But, I don’t want to give it a Christmassy feel so I’m going to hold out on that thought.
Time to shake it off and rock the world.
Get up, get out, and, get going.
There are people out there losing their foggy houses people ..