Thursday, June 25, 2009

Summer Reading

Currently, I'm reading Feast of Souls by C. S. Friedman. It's a very good book, and I hope to finish it and move on to the second book in this trilogy soon. If you have an interest in magic or fantasy novels, give it a try.

Another book I'll be reading this summer is Relentless by Dean Koontz. He's been a favorite of mine for years. I even wrote a paper about his work while I was in high school. Koontz has a terrific article on just why you should read this book this summer. Check it out here.

On the bike front, I made it to work this morning without incident, again. Although there is one pedestrian on this campus that I could shoot at the moment. Really, is there a reason you have to walk so slow that a snail will pass you? Why can't people actually move their feet? If I tried to walk that slow I would end up falling flat on my face! End of small rant.

Hmm, trying to think of something that doesn't involve the bike. That seems to be my main focus in life currently. Well, I'll be paying off the hubby's car when I go home for lunch. That's something big. I'll be nice to have that taken care of. No more worries about getting to that bank. And we'll have that money to put towards other bills in the coming months. YAY!


totegirl said...

Great job on the hubby's car!!!! Whoot!

I love biking, but I hate slow pedestrians, or even worse, pedestrians who won't stay to the right so people can pass them. Even when I'm walking, I get the hell out of the way for bikers. Yes, pedestrians have the right of way, but if I get hit by a bike, it will hurt me more than it hurts the bike!

Sorry about the scale yesterday, but it more than likely is fluid. I'm trying to up my water intake to tackle that same issue. Gotta flush it out!

Amazon Alanna said...

I love Koontz's Odd series and his Frankenstein series. What I especially love is that he tends to use huge, awesome words that you don't see in many other tintinabulation. As a literacy person I LOVE that!

Good for you for biking to work. that is so incredibely awesome!


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