Monday, September 27, 2010

Confessions of a Blogger

Tonight, is my book club meeting.I have not read the book, nor have I ever read the book.

Stop judging me. I know it's a classic.


Friday, I found canned Pumpkin at Sam's. I was so excited I yelled YES in the middle of the aisle. Three people looked at me.

I've already cooked with pumpkin three times.

Friday night I was ditched by three set of friends. It was a very low blow to the ego.

Sunday it took me 2 1/2 hours to read one chapter in Finance.

I'm a slow reader.

My aunt recently sent me a postcard from FL, and it made my day.

I'm actually counting down the months until I turn 30.

9 comments:

ann said...

I love Steinbeck! He's my favorite.

Renee said...

watch the movie. :D I'm hoping to get some pumpkins from all the pumpkin patch trips I have planned so I can have pumpkin from fresh.

sorry about you getting dumped. I hope they make it up to you.

Wa Wa Waughs said...

I don't know that I've ever read that either!

Tabs said...

Pumpkin - YAY!!!

Reading Grapes of Wrath - boo. (oh yeah, you heard me!) I agree with Renee, watch the movie instead.

Holly said...

Sorry you got ditched Friday. We went and saw The Diary of Anne Frank. It was good and depressing...

Cap'n John said...

"Friday night I was ditched by three set of friends. It was a very low blow to the ego."

There was not much more that I despised while growing up than friends ditching me. It didn't help that I was not the best friend of my best friend. If you need help with that phrase, SH was my best friend, but I was not his best friend. SH's 'best friend' was PS, and looking back now I'm pretty sure PS knew that, and that he got a kick out of turning SH against me.

The three of us were out riding one time when we stopped at a park around the corner from a classmate's house. I can't remember if I volunteered to go see if our friend was home, or if SH & PS suggested I check on him, but our friend wasn't there so I rode back to the park, and now SH and PS were nowhere to be seen, either.

It was not a pleasant feeling riding away from the park that day.

Gena said...

One of the best books of all time. It's such a vivid depiction of the depression.

TC said...

Love, love, LOVE that book!!!! Read it - do not cheat with the movie! Booooooo!

Bone said...

If it makes you feel better, I haven't made it through that book, either.

Then again, I'm not in a book club that was supposed to read it :)