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February Book List and...

I read 9 books in February...

Shelter Me by Juliette Fay
Midnight Sons, Vol. 1 by Debbie Macomber
Show No Fear by Perri O'Shaughnessy
Final Justice by Fern Michaels
Virgin River by Robyn Carr
Shelter Mountain by Robyn Carr
Whispering Rock by Robyn Carr
Run For Your Life by James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge
While My Sister Sleeps by Barbara Delinsky

I'm on a Robyn Carr kick. I hadn't read any of her books until I started her Virgin River series. I found out about them from one of the book reviewer blogs that I read. I'm between books right now and have about 20 (more like 60 or 70) to choose from. I think I'll put 5 in a pile, shut my eyes and pick one.

Had lunch today with some co-workers and former co-workers at Emerson Biggin's.

Here's Ronnie, Candi and Jennifer.
Here's Becky, Shenny and Sach.Here's Kay, Vickie and Darci.It was great seeing my former co-workers. They are all doing well.

Here's Abby's latest pose. For some reason, she likes sitting in the top basket of a wrought iron 3-tier rack I have. The plastic protector actually belongs to another basket, but she squeezes herself in there.And since I'm posting a picture of Abby, I must also post one of Muffin. If you look close enough you can see her tongue - she was digging the ice cream!Today's music was Kenny Loggin's Greatest Hits. It's been a long time since I listened to it. Now I can't quit singing Footloose!

I'll end with a quote: "To have a good friend is the purest of all God's gifts." -- Frances Farmer


Anonymous said…
Love the pictures!!! ~ Anne
Anonymous said…
Forgot something - as usual. Impressive list of books read. I only managed three in February. ~Anne
Lenore said…
You are reading nearly as much as I am!
Anonymous said…
HOLY CRAP!! 9 BOOKS!! I don't think I LOOKED at 9 books in 2008!!
: )
LOVED seeing everyone at lunch - must do it again some day, maybe even an evening. - Candi

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