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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

30 day book challenge day 7

Day 7- A book you can quote/recite:

Okay, let's be honest. At one time, I could recite the entire poem done by the Cheshire Cat in "Alice Through The Looking Glass", and even a good portion of "The Canterbury Tales". After being a mom for 15 years and working with small children, this is all I can recite now...

Admit can too :).

There are only two more days, not counting this one, before school is out for the summer. I will miss my paycheck, I will miss my friends. I will not miss Shrek one bit. If I was asked back again next year, would I? Let's fact it folks...I live in Michigan. Yes, yes I would.

Now is the time to begin training harder to lose weight and get prepared for the Warrior Dash on July 31st. I am terrified and excited at the same time. Hopefully I will make it through without too many scars or broken bones.

I plan on concentrating on my writing this summer (nothing like our beautiful witch Magaly), and working on my jewelry again, two things that got lost between school functions and work.

Before I go, a few movie reviews:

Jackass 3: as usual, the 3D aspect killed a perfectly good disgusting movie. Damned 3D.

My Soul To Take: Eh, only if you have nothing better to do. It had a good premise, slightly recycled idea it may be, and fell way way short.

Unstoppable: Excellent movie. Recommended.

Due Date: SUCKED. Nuff said. Save for the part where they drove through El Paso. That was good.

Okay, time for more coffee. Have a good one.

Peace, Love and (give me a decent horror flick...PLEASE!!!) Zombies \IiiI


Angela@BeggingTheAnswer said...

My kids also love The Foot Book. Feet in the morning, feet at night.

Shelly said...

The Foot Book is one of my all time favorite books `;~) My most favorite is "Are You My Mother?"

Magaly Guerrero said...

I can quote lots of things, but recite? Um, no. You are my heroine. Oh, wait, I might be able to recite a whole lot of Beowulf--hot damn, that history of literature professor got me!