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calculator issue fixed & lovely rainy day

December 29th, 2007 at 10:06 pm

I finally got the calculator working (thanks monkey mama!!)

Long day of nothing and I loved it. I had the best day just finishing two books and enjoying a quiet house with no roommates or anyone around. A great book that I enjoyed immensely is the Glass House by Jeannette Walls. Simply a well written novel memoir funny, touching, just good. There were things I could identify with in so many ways. Something from my child hood (early 80ís) if you see the street lights come on in the summer you are late! That was a rule at our house and she mentions it. Just lots of funny little lines I think a lot of people would identify with from their childhood. The first sentence grabs you! Read it if you have a chance.

The other books was just a trashy novel by an author I like to read when I want to think about nothing and let me mind veg out.

I love to read when it is a gloomy rainy day. Cleaned a little to make it seem I was doing more than just reading away the entire day: laundry, cleaning my room (only a little looks worse than before!), grocery shopping. But to me it was a perfect day!

2 Responses to “calculator issue fixed & lovely rainy day”

  1. monkeymama Says:

    Glad you figure it out!

    I was thinking, thank goodness it was gloomy and rain. The weather had been so nice but I just had to work all day. LOL. Good working weather too. Wink

  2. asmom Says:

    We read that book for our book club earlier this year and it was the one time that we all agreed on how much we liked the book.

    As for the rain, we are in the midst of a huge drought down here so I am particularly to see a rainy day. Enjoy yours!

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