Tuesday, May 25, 2010

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, Where Are You?



I think the Victoria Day holiday (yesterday, in Canada) is one of my favorite holidays. Mostly because there are no other expectations associated with it - no visits to make, so big dinners to eat. It's a day to spend outside, weather willing, do a little yardwork, and just enjoy a day off. I got some herbs potted, watched a bit of a PeeWee baseball game, slept in, barbequed yesterday (steak and scallops!) The weather was great, if a little windy (remember not to hang towels on the line on such a windy day; the line came down) It feels like summer is here!

How great was it that Lost was on last night and I had today off? Another reason to like the Victoria Day holiday. Reactions to the final? yea or nay? I am a definite yea.

Still taking suggestions in the comments for this weeks Bookword - that library book that gets returned unread. Head on over and have your say.

In reading, I just boarded a train, the Orient Express, and there has been a suspicious death. Luckily, Poirot is on hand. (Murder on the Orient Express, Agatha Christie)

Where is reading taking you today? Leave a comment, write a post, spread the word.

5 comments:

Marg said...

I have just arrived in Boston in it's very early infancy. (The Winthrop Woman by Anya Seton).

Amy said...

Count me in as a "yea" for Lost too. I was so sure they'd try a Sopranos-like stunt, or an "it's a dream" ending, so the resolution worked for me. Cried my eyes out, actually.

sprite said...

I'm in a London junkyard. (Michael Scott's The Sorceress.)

tinylittlelibrarian said...

I'm sooo behind on Lost! I was off it for a long time and have just started catching up. So no comment on the finale from me.

I'm in lots of places, including Cedar Cove, Washington and 1920's/30's New York City.

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Bybee said...

I'm at Cold Comfort Farm, intent on reforming my country relatives, but it looks like a long road to go!

"Cold Comfort Farm" - Stella Gibbons