Tuesday, February 16, 2010

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, Where Are You?

We are still taking suggestions for the latest Bookword Game, head on over to Suey's and contribute.

We 'celebrated' Islander Day, a new statutory holiday to break up the winter months. Great idea, and we vegged out pretty good. Watched some Olympics, played some Super Mario Bros., the new game for the Wii that I finally found. Back in the day, the 80s, I wrapped the old Mario Bros. and Mario Brothers 3 on NES, and once again, I am developing Nintendo Thumb. I baked some Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bars, and I did some reading. Mondays should be holidays more often.

In reading, I am on Vancouver Island, specifically Deloume Road, hanging out with the people who live there. (Deloume Road, Matthew Hooton)

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


  1. I started working on a good case of Nintendo thumb with the new Mario game on Thursday night!

    Here's where I am.

  2. sounds like a perfect "holiday"!

    I got some reading in, myself; right now, I'm in the courtroom, with Paul Madriani...

    Happy Reading, y'all!

  3. I am in Post-World War I London, read my post HERE.

  4. Hi!
    I've played Mario on my Game Boy. Mine is posted at my place. Have a great day!

    Just Books

  5. Alberta has a new Feb holiday, too. Darn it, my province needs to get on board!

    Here's where I am!

  6. I am stuck up in a tower with Rapunzel! (Golden by Cameron Dokey)

  7. I am not exactly sure where I am in one of my books. It's a fantasy land somewhere! In the other book, I am in Texas, following the multi-generational saga of several connected families!

    I am reading The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss and Roses by Leila Meacham.

  8. I just posted my Where are you?. I really enjoy doing this.


  9. I'm with Satchel Paige, playing baseball throughout the US southern states.
    "Don't Look Back: Satchel Paige In The Shadows of Baseball"

    I'm also in Japan with German philosopher Eugen Herrigel, trying to learn Zen through archery.
    "Zen In The Art of Archery"


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