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Friday, June 22, 2007

Comment Friday: 9/∞

It is Comment Friday here at Love All Books and at BAYB (where I grabbed the idea from initially).

So, on that note, as long as you're here . . .

Please post a comment while you're visiting and tell me what you're up to. Tell me what you're reading and what you think about it!

Have a great Friday.

Oh, and head over to BAYB and leave a comment there!

As for moi, I have just finished The Quilter's Apprentice by Jennifer Chiaverini (May's "Neighborhood Wive's Book Club" pick).

I hope to have a review up later today, but in the meantime you can read my post on The Woods by Harlan Coben.

Updated!

In other news, I am—for the moment—keeping my head above water in my online class, XML Programming at Saint Paul College. (Saint Paul College is—as I've mentioned before—where I am working toward a Web Developer Certificate.)

The pace of the class is brisk, and I've breezed past the easy stuff and now I'm starting to bog down in the wizardry behind the curtain (DTDs and schemas).

By the time Riley gets more active in his summer programs (the last have of July) I just might be coming up for the third time and clawing desperately for something to hold onto to keep me afloat.

I'm hoping that these two sections that are bogging me down now are the last of the really cryptic nonsense (and at times it literally seems to make no sense)!







Matière du jour:
Ludwig van Beethoven
(Category: Music)


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3 comments:

~willow~ said...

Just picked up Lisey's Story by Stephen King :-)

Ma said...

Just finished Imperial Life In The Emerald City (excellent), and The Smartest Guys In The Room (about Enron - also excellent). Now I'm reading How To Cook A Tart.

BTW, added your site to my blog's Deli.cio.us blogroll. Wanted to do that while doing Blog Explosion, but didn't get to it until I saw your message. I like to read your book opinions. :)

Lis said...

This Comment Friday is quite a cool idea. Anyway, just wanted to say that I love to read and since book blogs are great for finding even more books to read, I'm off to explore the rest of your site. :)