Tuesday, July 14, 2009

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, Where Are You?

Good Morning! I'm loving this summer living, at the soccer pitch, and at the baseball field, reading books between innings. We finally had some lovely warm summer days. It rained again, again! this morning, but was nice by the afternoon.

In reading, I am in small town Wisconsin, unaware that I will grow up to be the first lady. It's pretty much small town life in the 1950s right now. (American Wife, Curtis Sittenfield)

I finally got out of that Burmese jail - it was a harrowing few weeks in The Lizard Cage (Karen Connolly)

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


  1. Good morning to you as well. I have American Wife in my stack but haven't read it yet. I'll look for your thoughts.

    I'm on Nantucket enjoying the summer breezes. It's also good summer reading.

    My post is at Joyfully Retired.

  2. I'm in England, reading the first winner of the Orange Prize. Here's mine.

  3. I'm in the fictional European country of Labassecour, teaching at a boarding school in its capital city: Villette. (Villette by Charlotte Bronte)

  4. Hi!
    I have this book on my TBR list. Hope to read it this year. I am in L.A. at the moment. Mine is posted. Have a great day!


  5. Here's where I'm at:


  6. I alternate between the housing projects of New York and the beach at Nantucket. I wish I was actually at the beach! :)

  7. I am in a ski resort in North Carolina...more HERE.

  8. I'm in three different places today:


  9. This is my first participation, and it's here. :-)

  10. I'm in England. I'm reading A Marquis to Marry by Amelia Grey. I have a picture of the cover in my sidebar.

    A Lizard Cage sounds wonderful. Like you I loved A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry.

  11. I am in Hong Kong, alternating between WWII and early 1950s (The Piano Teacher by Janice Y K Lee)

  12. I am in England (yawn). Okay, actually it's pretty intriguing as Dame Christie usually makes it.

  13. I'm new to this and I'm enjoy the summer breezes off of Lake Erie south of Buffalo. I for get who said it (Mark Twin? George Bernard Shaw? can't remember) " the two most beautiful words in the English language - summer afternoon."

    My post is here


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