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Something on a Sunday “Almost April” 2018

Last fall, I discovered that Jenny of Reading the End posted a very good blog idea for Sundays. The idea is to share good things. To Quote Miss Gin-Jenny, “to talk about things that kept me moving forward or gave me some joy.” I’m borrowing a few of her categories for inspiration:

Touched by:  I had dinner with a friend last night and she gave me a very sweet compliment.  I told her that I very much treasured her friendship. We are going to start a book club together for the summer! I suggested we start with Tayari Jones’ smash bestseller everyone   seems to be talking about, An American Marriage. 

Proud and Wowed by: All the wit and courage and feistiness of the March For Our Lives citizens. “Guns are not school supplies.”

Happy about: Having this morning to myself. Goals:  blog post, finish my Classics Club Spin book  Cold Comfort Farm, and laundry. Maybe vacuuming.

Sad about: K-State Wildcats lost to Loyola last night. But HEY!  We made the Elite Eight!!!  WOO HOOOOO

Self-cared for:  Uh, does it count in this category that I completed my first 5K yesterday? I had walked in many-a fund-raiser walk but this was the first that I entered that took official times and gave a shirt. I finished in under 1 hour; was 626 our of 636. LOL  (Had to set a baseline.)

Itching to tell you:  I have missed blogging! But I haven’t finished a book in weeks, it seems. My audiobook (The Zero by Jess Walters) is fascinating but I haven’t had long stretches alone in a car to listen.

Excited by: All the people who have asked me about the TOB! I do occasional Facebook updates on it…  AND I think I finally picked my favorite book of the tourney:  Goodbye Vitamin by Rachel Khong. It was knocked out by Exit West – a book that I admired but didn’t get charmed by. GV oozed charm. I read so many books that I liked but couldn’t really choose my bestest favoritist until I watched the booktube commentary by @daejin_v2! (Loved it. Impressive – I want to make a book review video…)

FYI – I downloaded Stephen Florida but I don’t think I will read it. I might open it and look at it…  I never could get my hands on Dear Cyborg – my library didn’t have it. I put a hold on The Book of Joan but it still hasn’t come to me yet. I’ll probably pass on that, too. Otherwise, I read everything! I think.

Also, my book club has selected Together by Julie Cohen.  Anyone read it?

Looking forward to:  SPRING. Warmer temperatures. Longer days of sunshine. Boat season. Common sense in politics. We can hope, yes?

Have a great Easter! I’m thankful for this blog, this little corner that is mine, but mostly for the kind and caring book blogging community and the opportunity to be a part of it. Thank you for visiting. I appreciate you.




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The Last Sunday Before Christmas Eve

Jenny of Reading the End has a terrific meme idea for Sundays. The idea is to share good things. To Quote Miss Gin-Jenny, “to talk about things that kept me moving forward or gave me some joy.”

Impassioned by:  Pie. SO, here’s what I did:  I gave away a gift certificate for a pie of choice for my work department’s Yankee Swap. The person who won was confused but once explained, she seemed quite thrilled by the idea. She asked for Dutch Apple Pie. “Great!” I said. “Yay!!” I thought, as I rushed home to pull out all my pie books and look for a good Dutch Apple Pie. But then I got confused because some have raisins, some have egg in the crust, some have pastry topping when I thought the Crumb Topping was what made it ‘Dutch Apple’. Sigh, what IS a Dutch Apple Pie? I did some #scientific-based research (I posted a poll) and then just asked the recipient what she expects for Dutch Apple. That should clear up this confusion. I know it will have apples and butter and cinnamon and sugar. All good.

Happy about: I found my Pecan Pie recipe! I have this crazy loose leaf recipe collection barely stuffed into a three ring binder and the sugar-splattered copy of my Cook’s Country Pecan was missing. Is missing still. But the husband has a digital copy (it’s his favorite and he never fails to remind me that I didn’t make it for his birthday last year for whatever reason I can’t recall) and I also found it in my emails to my friend Karen many years ago. I wonder if she ever made it?

And if you want to see my Old Fashioned Pecan Pie recipe, I’ve loaded into Google Docs.

(Jeanne helped me out with a link lookup request which has been fixed by the above sentence… Thanks NonNecromancer!)

Super charmed by: My friend Heather asked me about Christmas Pie and we had a lovely FB-Messenger chat about Pumpkin (Dec 25 has been designated “Pumpkin Pie Day”) and Apple and a Crustless Cranberry. Let me know if you, too, would like me to post this recipe. I think I best start creating my resource online. Might as well be here at Care’s Books and Pie, right?

Excited for: Winter Solstice is coming. The shortest day of the year. Which means the days start to get longer. and longer and LONGER! and then it will be spring!

Enjoying: I’m enjoying researching and searching for where to give some of our charity dollars most needed, most effective.

and pie. This WILL be a pie-riffic week!




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Special Somethings Dec 10

Jenny of Reading the End has a new Sunday meme. The idea is to share good things.

Touched by:  How many participated in yesterday’s post asking for favorite Christmas movies! I have watched Rudolph, Elf (a few times, bits and pieces here and there), Love Actually. I would like to watch Miracle on 34th Street and It’s a Wonderful Life, too.

Happy about: I think Oscar is on the mend. He’s been playing more. We have him on the rice diet and will re-introduce him soon back to his food and see if all returns to ‘normal’.

Self-cared for: I’m going to get out my yoga mat as soon as I post this. Then I’m going to re-read this week’s pie recipe. I have pie construction scheduled for Tuesday! A coworker’s birthday…

Proud of: I finished another book! I’m proud that I managed to read as many books this year despite the ‘diversion’ of a job. I think I can manage at least two more by New Years. Should be more but I really haven’t had the reading mojo lately.

I also made a terrific batch of Four Cheese Scalloped Potatoes this afternoon. Mmmmmmm.

Looking forward to: Getting my Rhode Island driver’s license. I will be sure to bring a book with me and enjoy the wait. It took my husband many hours when he did this chore. Ah the joys of moving…




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Something on a Sunday

Jenny of Reading the End has a new blog idea for Sundays. The idea is to share good things. To Quote Miss Gin-Jenny, “to talk about things that kept me moving forward or gave me some joy.” I’m borrowing a few of her categories for inspiration:

Touched by:  Even though I’ve bombarded my Facebook timeline lately with a lot of posts about my wedding anniversary, it really does surprise me how many people LIKE or HEART or leave a comment “Happy Anniversary”. IF you want to share in that joy, you must know that D and I went to see Badfinger as part of our wedded-bliss celebration. AND THUS, you must tell me which of Badfinger’s songs is your favorite! Here’s a link to help you if you can’t remember any… (and no, I was young when this band was ‘hot’ – I’m not THAT old… just sayin’.)

Happy about: All the little things I’ve gotten done this weekend. Saw a friend for shopping and lunch, walked the dogs for a few miles each day, packed/organized/cleaned.  You know, all the stuff you feel better having done but only after you’ve done it.

Self-cared for: Ice cream? I found Talenti on sale and bought the Vanilla Chai flavor. It’s actually gelato.

Proud of: My job, so far. I’m challenged, inspired, proud, energized. Never thought I could say that about a job and I’m hoping this isn’t just the honeymoon phase, but I do think it is going very very well. (I’m conducting leadership training and helping with the strategy for the department. I get to apply my tech skills and also ‘facilitate’ training (get up in front of people!) and help, just possibly, share a new thought and/or make their day a little brighter.)

Looking forward to: Tomorrow’s announcement of the Tournament of Books Long List. I think I’ll only have read one but I’m still thrilled!

and pie. This should be a pie-riffic week!

Have a great Thanksgiving! I’m thankful for this blog, this little corner that is mine, but mostly for the kind and caring book blogging community and the opportunity to be a part of it. Thank you for visiting. I appreciate you.




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That Eclectic Eccentric New Mom Tagged Me!

I’ve been tagged by Ms. Trisha at Eclectic-Eccentric.  Here goes.

1 You must post the rules.
2 Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post and then create eleven new questions to ask the  people you’ve tagged.
3 Tag eleven people and link to them on your post.
4 Let them know you’ve tagged them!
Questions from Trisha and my answers
1. What is your favorite piece of art?
My favorite piece of art in my house is totally original — the shower curtain that I had commissioned. Will show in a followup post (not in the mood to take photo, upload, blahblahblah. Do remind me if I forget! But I won’t because I want to put on Pinterest anyway, so I can throw the artist some exposure.)
2. What literary character do you think would make an awesome world leader?
Enzo the dog from The Art of Racing in the Rain.
3. What color do you think should be outlawed from clothing?
None. I love color and the right to self-expression. 
4. Hats. Yes or no? YES!!  I love hats.
5. What contemporary novel should be added to the high school curriculum?
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak because it is awesome. The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami because it is odd.
6. What book featuring real people do you think could work if the characters were switched to animals?
Rebecca by Daphne duMaurier.
7. Genetically designed humans. Hell yes or absolutely not?
Nah. I say no.  
8. What book would you like to see get parodied a la Pride and Prejudice and Zombies?
Anna Karenina?  (Did you know that Jude Law and Kiera Knightley are making a movie this year of AK?!?!!)
9. What book would you absolutely hate to see get parodied?
Can’t think of anything…   Hmm… Pondering… uh…
10. TV. Awesome source of entertainment or horrifying time suck?
11. What literary character should immediately jump off the page and into your bed?
Sherlock Holmes aka Robert Downey Jr.
MY QUESTIONS for 11 Bloggers NOW TAGGED by ME (with zero pressure – do if you want, I totally get it if you don’t want to.)
1.  Tell me about any letters you’ve written lately to a friend just for the heck of it?
2. Do you have a favorite beer?
3. If you ever write a book (or if you have), which genre would it be/is it?
4. What is your favorite dish to cook?
5. Didn’t Trisha ask some awesome questions?
6. How would you have answered her No.9?
7. Do you have a favorite number?
8. Tell me a nonfiction book idea subject that you think I should write a book on because there isn’t one already?
9. Did you like my answers to No. 5 for book that should be H.S. curricula?
10. Red or white?
11. Would you be embarrassed to receive a postcard with artwork by Dali? ya know – the erotic variety?  I have some if you want one. I’m kinda embarrassed to send.
TAGGED!    Aths, Vasilly, LaurieC, Kailana, BermudaOnion, Ti, Sheila, Amused, Nancy, Dorte, and Anna – all of you have commented lately (at the time I wrote this post) and as far as I can tell, have not already been tagged.  Really – whatever. If you need a post idea, I’m giving you one, if not – no biggie.  🙂   But if you do feel the fun to play along, come tell me because I can’t get my google-alert to work – the one that is supposed to tell me when somebody links to me?  I fails to catch 90%. Thanks. 😀


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Monday Mailbox 1.30.12

Alyce of At Home With Books is our host this month of the official Mailbox Monday.

   I received the following books in my mailbox:

Lottery by Patricia Wood, a book that Nancy the BookFool gave high marks and an insistent recommendation. I got this at the same time I ordered the Creative Labs mp3 Player that I have already sent back. I am keeping the book. I also ordered

Hearts and Minds by Rosy Thornton because it has been on my want list for years. It hasn’t arrived yet.

The book I should have ordered, meant to order and forgot was this one:

Muscular Retraining for Pain-Free Living by Craig Williamson because my lower back has been out-of-whack and I want to do more strength training.  My PT guy has actually told me that yoga is NOT a good idea right now until my core gets stronger. A massage therapist recommended the book. I have yet to ask PT guy about it.  (PT Guy is very no-nonsense and I’m not sure he has a sense of humor. I have not done much small-talk with him.) Of course, this kind of book isn’t really a read-and-check-off-list but more reference, like a cookbook, wouldn’t you agree?

French Leave by Anna Gavalda, translated from French by Alison Anderson, published by Europa Editions!  Y’all know that I don’t like to read the book blurbs but I did glimpse that it is about family dynamics and is ‘light-hearted, tender and funny’.  I’m looking forward to this.

Take the Cannoli:  Stories from the New World by Sarah Vowell.  Thanks much to Softdrink for sending this AND the one above. I’ve already read the first story but will put it aside until I get to a few of my must reads and this slogger:

HIdeinWhitetoSkipLineI’m on page 454 which is 8 pages away from the mid-point. THE MID-POINT! (read with tone of frustration if you care to.) Tengo has been thinking: “Though not yet entirely confident, he had a kind of presentiment that he might be able to live a somewhat more coherent life than he had so far.”  (I’m a bit baffled; he seemed pretty satisfied with his ‘life so far’.) I tell ya, I don’t know if I’m going to make it. My curiosity is waning knowing how many pages it is going to take to get to a conclusion. I also don’t think Book Two is as well translated (and that has been questioned by others!) than Book One. Bad Omen:  I have read the last page! Uh oh. I did this after about the 20th time of checking how many darn pages are in this thing. I should have purchased the eBook version. And the Twitter chatter from my readalongers has been nonexistent. Where are you, my readalongers?! I have too many books impatiently awaiting my attention. I don’t think Ti would want me to quit but I’m getting bored…

Because look what my friend Holly loaned me.

 Angels and Insects by A.S.Byatt.  Not quite into my mailbox but rather into my hands, but she insists I read so we can discuss. AND it qualifies very nicely for the creepy-crawly category of What’s in a Name 5.  (I know I suggested a readalong of Victor Pelevin’s A Life of Insects (it’s on the 1001 Books list) but I think I might have to postpone (if ever). Sorry to disappoint…)

I have Byatt on my must-get-to author list for 2012 and although I know I said I would try Possession next, methinks this is the better choice right now.

What books did YOU get in your mailbox lately?
Have a Terrific Week!  Happy End of January!!

oh wait. I forgot one…   ZERO: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea by Charles Seife, a book I first learned about on a link at Citizen Reader’s and for some crazy reason, put on hold at the library and even more crazily, picked up and now possess and HOPE to read before it is due February 22.  I have also put on hold — on second thought, since I don’t yet have that book, I will wait and maybe do this mailbox post again next week.


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A Meme! Remember These?

So FizzyThoughts tagged me for a meme!    So fun.   And something easy to do rather than write a review of The Secret Garden or Ulyssess (DNF or just NYF?) or John Adams (actually half-way listened to because the library only had the first set) or True Grit or Tess of the D’Urbervilles or…

I was one of the four bloggers she tagged, too.   I feel quite honored to have made the list.

The 4 Things Meme

FOUR Jobs I Have Had in My Life
1.   Substitute Teacher and Math Tutor
2.  Realtor
3.  Computer Programmer
4.  Hostess at Red Lobster

Four Books I Would Read Over and Over Again
1.  Goodnight Moon 
2. The Book Thief
3. What Color is Your Parachute
4. Any Dictionary

Four Places I Have Lived
1.  Peoria IL
2.  Manhattan KANSAS
3.  Washington DC (summer internship)
4. Omaha NE

Four Books I Would Recommend
1. The Secret Life of Lobsters by Trevor Corson
2.  Wind, Sand and Stars by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
3. House by Tracy Kidder
4. Alphabet Juice by Roy Blount Jr

Four Places I Have Been
1.  Key West Florida
2.  Acadia National Park Maine
3. Anchorage Alaska
4. San Diego California

Four of My Favorite Foods
1. Crab Legs
2. Reuben Sandwiches
3.  Movie Theatre Popcorn
4.  Colcannon

Four of My Favorite Drinks
1.  Boulevard Pale Ale
2.  Magic Hat Spring Vinyl
3. Cape Cod IPA
4.  Water

Four Places I Would Rather Be Right Now
4.   ?

Four Things  PERSONS OR DOGS OR OTHER That are Very Special in My Life
1.  D_
2. Oscar
3. Esther
4. Time

Four Bloggers I Hope Do This Meme
1.  My Blogging Buddy AMUSED
2.  BeastMomma
3.  Angie
4.  Nat cuz she misses me so…  ha!!  (no, really, very sweet of you… *smiles* )

and that concludes this post.  Have a nice day!

Esther and Oscar



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Lit Flicks Challenge November


Jessica, our host and organizer-extraordinaire of the Lit Flicks Challenge and author of the Bluestocking Society Book Blog, has a meme for this month:


For November, let’s take a look at the Oscar-season movies that are based on books. Which of the adaptations that are being released are you most excited to see? Have you read any of the books upon which they are based? Which ones do you predict will receive awards?

Here’s a (probably incomplete) list of the adaptations coming out this holiday season:

  • Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist
  • City of Ember
  • The Secret Life of Bees
  • The Time Traveler’s Wife
  • Quantum of Solace
  • The Road
  • Twilight
  • Coraline
  • The Tale of Despereaux
  • The Day the Earth Stood Still
  • Defiance
  • The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
  • Marley & Me
  • Revolutionary Road

I have read The Secret Life of Bees, The Time Traveler’s Wife, and The Tale of Despereaux. I have just started Marley & Me and have book of The Road coming soon (I just WON it from Blake, our host for the corresponding Lit Flicks Challenge which is similar to Jessica’s.   Click here for his awesome movie reviews.)

I am most excited to see The Secret Life of Bees and The Time Traveler’s Wife.    I can’t decide which one I expect to like more – I read both of these so long ago.   I can, however, presume that the hub is more likely to be persuaded to see The Time Traveler’s Wife.   Only because he knows I absolutely love time travel movies.   He’s good like that.

I am supposed to be reviewing the Tale of D. with my 8 year old neighbor but we haven’t gotten our schedules in sync yet.    These kids have busy lives, ya know.   He keeps telling me what page he is on and that he is taking notes.   Yea, we’ll see.     I told him I would put his words on this blog – on my website!!!! on the internet!!!! – but he still says ‘maybe tomorrow’.

I have not been following Oscar buzz like years past so I don’t have a clue which is getting the most attention.   I don’t know enough to make my own opinion just yet.  However, I think it safe to say that Marley & Me won’t be winning too many.   But I could be wrong.   (Am I wrong?   Is this ‘art’ or POP-ular???)

Tag, I’m IT! (a photo meme)

I haven’t done a meme here in quite awhile!    And when I saw that Nancy that crazy nutty bookfool who has been playing with her camera a lot lately, didn’t have any comments on one of her posts (of course, that just means she has yet to approve the 15 comments waiting…), I decided to play along.

The meme explanation is to open the 4th folder in your MY PICTURES folder and post the 4th photo:   (I don’t have a clue what it will be!  This is SOOOOooooo exciting.)

OOPS.   Unfortunately, it is a photo of my former coworkers, taken for an article in the local paper.  I feel uncomfortable posting a photo of others without their permission (even if it WAS published…  seems weird.)  I will re-order the folder and see what the 4th photo will be….  Oh yes.   Very SAFE:

This is a picture I took of a hydrangea plant someone gave me for what occasion I now no longer recall.   I had placed it on my black marble coffee table that sits right behind me as I type this.   The photo date is Jan 16, 2006.    Happy New Year?   oOoooo.   I think I bought this flower arrangement for my neighbor who was in a serious car crash.    She’s all better now but it was scary at the time.

To keep a book theme going, I’ll do some free advertising about something that popped up when I googled for “Hydrangea Quotes”:

Charles Gershon wrote a novel called The Hydrangea People.     HIs website is here.     The quote I found:

“The Hydrangea People . . . takes the reader by the eyeballs and hold on until the last page.”

-Terry Kay, author of To Dance With The White Dog

100 Modern Classic Movies MEME

From Wordlily!    She and I seem to share a lot in movie taste (we seem to avoid the same kind);  I have a few years of experience movie watching…

Instructions are to bold movies seen. I’ve added my own comments — so you can see if we share the same tastes or not.

1. Pulp Fiction (1994)
2. The Lord of the Rings trilogy (2001-03) — I own these, too.
3. Titanic (1997) The boat sinks.
4. Blue Velvet (1986)
5. Toy Story (1995)
6. Saving Private Ryan (1998 ) — We put this movie in right after sitting down with dinner.  BIG MISTAKE.   Awesome movie.

 7. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) —
8. The Silence of the Lambs (1991) —
9. Die Hard (1988 ) – uh YEA!!  
10. Moulin Rouge (2001)
12. The Matrix (1999)
13. GoodFellas (1990)
14. Crumb (1995) —
15. Edward Scissorhands (1990) — THIS is NOT a Halloween movie!!!!  Go see it WordLily!!

16. Boogie Nights (1997) – where I fall in love with MarkyMark.
17. Jerry Maguire (1996) – love it.
18. Do the Right Thing (1989)
19. Casino Royale (2006)

20. The Lion King (1994)
21. Schindler’s List (1993)
22. Rushmore (1998 )
23. Memento (2001) –
24. A Room with a View (1986) —
25. Shrek (2001)
26. Hoop Dreams (1994) —
27. Aliens (1986) —
28. Wings of Desire (1988 ) —
29. The Bourne Supremacy (2004)
30. When Harry Met Sally… (1989)
31. Brokeback Mountain (2005)
32. Fight Club (1999) —
33. The Breakfast Club (1985) — seen many many times, yes tis a classic.
34. Fargo (1996)
35. The Incredibles (2004)
36. Spider-Man 2 (2004)
37. Pretty Woman (1990)
38. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
39. The Sixth Sense (1999)
40. Speed (1994)
41. Dazed and Confused (1993) —
42. Clueless (1995)
43. Gladiator (2000)
44. The Player (1992) —
45. Rain Man (1988 ) —
46. Children of Men (2006) —
47. Men in Black (1997)

48. Scarface (1983) —
49. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)
50. The Piano (1993)
51. There Will Be Blood (2007) — Not yet.
52. The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad (1988 ) —
53. The Truman Show (1998 )
54. Fatal Attraction (1987)
55. Risky Business (1983) —
56. The Lives of Others (2006) — huh?!   This isn’t showing up in imdb.com except as a future 2010 release?
57. There’s Something About Mary (1998 ) — Wordlily says “I don’t have a great appreciation for slapstick.” And I don’t either.  Hated this.
58. Ghostbusters (1984) —
59. L.A. Confidential (1997) —
60. Scream (1996)
61. Beverly Hills Cop (1984)
62. sex, lies and videotape (1989)
63. Big (1988 )
64. No Country For Old Men (2007) — brilliant
65. Dirty Dancing (1987)
66. Natural Born Killers (1994)
67. Donnie Brasco (1997)
68. Witness (1985) —
69. All About My Mother (1999)
70. Broadcast News (1987)
71. Unforgiven (1992)
72. Thelma & Louise (1991) —
73. Office Space (1999)
74. Drugstore Cowboy (1989)
75. Out of Africa (1985) — ugh
76. The Departed (2006)
77. Sid and Nancy (1986)
78. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) —.
79. Waiting for Guffman (1996)
80. Michael Clayton (2007) — ok
81. Moonstruck (1987) – one I’ve seen many times – delightful!
82. Lost in Translation (2003)

83. Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn (1987) –
84. Sideways (2004) —.
85. The 40 Year-Old Virgin (2005)
86. Y Tu Mamá También (2002) — parts of it.  Need to put it back in queue.
87. Swingers (1996)
88. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)
89. Breaking the Waves (1996) – seriously?
90. Napoleon Dynamite (2004)
91. Back to the Future (1985)
92. Menace II Society (1993)
93. Ed Wood (1994)
94. Full Metal Jacket (1987)
95. In the Mood for Love (2001) – WHO compiled this list!?
96. Far From Heaven (2002)
97. Glory (1989) – everyone should see.
98. The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)
99. The Blair Witch Project (1999)
100. South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut (1999) —


I question the list; some good, some obscure, a few greats.    Just off the top of my head on my must see list:   Adaptation, The Whale Rider – there are tons more but these two popped in.     Was Kill Bill on this list?