Tuesday, October 16, 2007

celebrating

I finished up 3 books this past week, so guess what I did to celebrate...I joined 3 new reading challenges for next year!

What is wrong with me?!! Will someone please, please help?

11 comments:

Jean said...

If your master plan is to get me to drive up there and knock some sense into you (not to mention meet you and see Rich for the first time in how many decades?), you won't succeed until spring at the earliest. Snow and I do not get along when I'm behind the wheel, and isn't it about time for it to start snowing up there? In other words, knock it off! Do we all have to do an online intervention to help you break your habit? Of course, I started a third knitting item last night after spending the first baseball game quilting. I guess we all have our addictions.

Debi said...

Jean-
Sounds like you end up with much more to show with your addiction! All I seem to have to show is a pile of unfinished book lists...oh well.

Jennifer said...

Um, yeah Debi, I think it is seriously time for an intervention...NOW! LOL!

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Wow, three books completed is a wonderful achievement! You go girl - you do have an addiction to the challenges though. I'm not sure I know how to help you :) I don't share that disease, thankfully, and am ok with "just saying NO" to them!

Happy Reading!!!

Chris said...

I...will...not...join...lol! I'm really considering the YA challenge, but I can't!!! You have some awesome books lined up for all three though. If I may make one recommendation, I highly recommend that you read Flowers For Algernon for the decade that you have that as an option for. That was such a great book!

Melody said...

Awwww right, Debi! I will head up to the respective hosts and find out more... the YA Challenge sounds fun to me. ;)

kreed said...

Hello, my name is Debi and I am a reading challenge-oholic...Seriously, if you have to be addicted to something, I can't say reading challenges are a bad thing to be addicted to!

As far as me posting layouts, I am way too lazy to take pictures of my layouts! Actually, I am working on calendars for the grandmas, but when I truly get some fun layouts done, I'll post them.

I'll do another glucose test at 28 weeks - I think I'll be test free until then unless things start going south. But so far so good -that's all I can ask for!

Jean said...

Something to show for my addiction? Knitting-wise, yes, but I have only kept one quilt I've made, and that was about a decade ago. Virtually every quilt I've made has been given away. Gifts to special teachers, baby gifts, wedding gifts, a gift or two for each of the kids. Of course, since the quilts are started with the purpose in mind, they spring to life "belonging" to the intended recipient--the person they're designed for--so they're never "mine" in the first place.

Andi said...

Whahahhaha! I would help, but I'm introducing a new challenge on November 1st! lol

Debi said...

Gee, Andi, thanks. Some help you are!

Nymeth said...

I really love the idea of a YA challenge... and plus your list is full of books I really really want to read. But I must not be tempted *tries to resist*