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(line of the day: “If breasts were money, Connie’d be Bill Gates.”)
The punctuation is all Janet’s.
I have a problem.
The Human Stain, Yellow Jack, The Confederacy of Dunces, Shop Girl, and Devil in the White City have all been left to languish on my night stand. It’s not that I don’t love you dear books, it’s just that I have a SERIOUS addiction here. And the knitting? Well, we won’t even discuss that.
Have I mentioned my obsession with Su Doku?
The biggest news of the week – I am officially going to the NYS Sheep and Wool Festival aka. Rhinebeck. My First sheep festival. My First Road Trip with Elisa (dude, Elisa, I am so downloading the audio version of Book Seven for our trip. And yes, I will be up to that point by then (thanks for the tip Heide.) And My First time meeting all kinds of people including, these fools. I am so going to get Vicki drunk while we’re there.
Who else will I meet?
Kurt is obsessed with su doku. Yay for reading! I can’t think of another obsession that is quite that good for you.
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 11:35 am
I hope I will meet you there. Confederacy of Dunces is so good.
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 2:08 pm
Hope you and Elisa have a great road trip! I can’t wait till you hit DC later this month–that is still on, right????
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 2:15 pm
Wow, I clicked on the Sudoku link and it sounds really interesting. I’m going to have to read more about this one.
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 2:20 pm
Rhinebeck! Hope to see you there.
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 2:24 pm
My parents can’t get enough of her books. Maybe I should pick one up myself….
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 2:37 pm
So so so love Sudoku- my fave day is now Friday (ok, it was for a long time) because there are 2 of them in our paper. Yay.
Have so much fun at Rhinebeck! Hug lots of people for me!
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 2:38 pm
I’m also obsessed with Sudoku. If you are interested, I have a Samurai Sudoku .pdf that a friend sent from her Australian newspaper. It’s made up of 5 overlapping Sudoku puzzles! Woo hoo!
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 2:48 pm
my son is a sudoku lover too – holy buckets can that suck him in, almost as strong as play station and gameboy.
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 4:03 pm
yay rhinebeck! are you going to the meetup on saturday outside building e? I’ll be there!
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 4:08 pm
WOW. I’m sharing my freakin’ BED with you and I don’t even rate a Rhinebeck shout out?! I see where I rate.
Just for that I’m putting your name in my side bar. Elisa’s too. You deserve it my lovely.
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 4:15 pm
Why am I not suprised at all about the soduko? Eric’s been psycho about them lately too.
Have a great time at Rhinebeck!! You ladies better bring home some good haul (and some good stories
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 4:49 pm
9 days, baby! Rhinebeck! I have a 24-pack of colored Sharpies all packed up and ready to go. I would also like to point out that the featured sheep this year are the Tunis sheep, aka: “The Redheads”. That’s right…the redheads are coming, the redheads are coming…..
Comment - October 6, 2005 : 5:37 pm
Vicki Knitorious says:
Okay, that’s cool what Kellee said about the redheaded sheep. I have a fondness for redheadedness.
I’m a cheap date, hon. And you know, the only reason I blogged drunk is because I wished I could belly up to the bar with y’all, ‘cuz you’ve just got to be a barrel of laughs. Woo, now I will be for real. ; )
Comment - October 7, 2005 : 11:52 am
I dont want to make things worse, but do you know about http://websudoku.com./ – I advise that you don’t even stop by to check it out!
Comment - October 7, 2005 : 1:00 pm
have fun without me. if you must.
Comment - October 8, 2005 : 9:12 am
Sultry PainterWoman says:
Have a great time at Rhinebeck! I hope they do an airshow, too.
I think it is Cashmere weekend at the State Fair.
Comment - October 12, 2005 : 4:11 am
I hope you’ll see me! I can’t wait for Saturday!
Comment - October 13, 2005 : 3:01 pm
Late comment on this post, but had to comment on Plum novels. A co-worker gave me the first one to read. I read one a day for the next 10 days. I love them. They’re so much fun. You should also check out the Undead series by Mary Janice Davidson if you haven’t. They are just as fun.
Comment - October 23, 2005 : 11:40 pm
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