Mamie's 2014 Madness (Page 14)This is a continuation of the topic Mamie's 2014 Madness (Page 13).
I might have mentioned this on your previous thread, and if so forgive me for repeating myself, but having watched the first few seasons and been a fan of True Blood I was amazed with Dead Until Dark how much of the show was actually based on the book, which was basically ALL of it.
Sometimes you need the alcohol in a hip flask in order to be brave enough to get on said horse ;)I personally don't have a silver flask as I don't do enough hunting to warrant the purchase but people tend to be very generous with sharing and we have a glass of port (or two) before we set off. Jenny is certainly spot-on about Pimm's season, but it only holds for places where it is readily available.
Hehehe, I hope that some stray Pimm's get lost on their migratory path and end up on cocktail menus in winter. BuzzQuotes is an advanced image quotes search engine that allows users to view quotations in a gallery style.
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I am excited because it is supposed to be cooler today and tomorrow, and we could use a good dose of cooler.
For some reason I thought they might have made up some of it, but I was blown away by just how imaginative Harris had been. You're a bit late, Pimm's is only legally allowed to be consumed during the months of May, June, July and August, and is sent away to distant sunny climes from October-April to mature and mellow before returning to these sunny (ho ho ho) shores the next year.In another month it will be mulled wine time so we can't have that yet. I'd grown so used to your presence, as you spoiled us so much with your generous loving being. October is a busy month for me as well with my youngest daughter kicking off the month, then my birthday and later on Hubby and I will be celebrating 36 years of wedded bliss. Birdy's birthday went as well as could be expected with half of the household sick, and her cake - chocolate ganache - was extremely yummy. I am catching up with your thread right now - I just left it to add The Gravity of Birds to my WL, and when I came back to the talk thread to go back to your thread, you had been to mine!
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In the HBO version, Anna Paquin was good at conveying that Sookie was basically a decent girl with moral values who was shocked at the goings-on, but I like that in the book she tells us how she sees things, because of course the HBO version celebrates the gore-fest and sex to a point that is nauseating and is maybe meant to make viewers like me feel like Sookie?
It would be nice if you could stick around of course, but only if you can do so without harming yourself, because I don't think any of us enjoy the though of you hurting.
And even more remarkable is that the bottles migrate on their own, no human assistance required. Nothing so dramatic in the works this year, but that is such a fun memory that I had to show the photo again. You can tell her that people born in October are demonstrably smarter and all-around more awesome than people born in any other month. I pulled this picture off the web, but this is exactly what it looked like:On the reading front, I finished another book last night - The Things They Carried.
Last weekend we got two gorgeous days of weather in the 70s, and that is what I am craving. I am thinking that the sickness is finally on its way out - poor Birdy was the last victim, but at least she made it through her birthday before getting sick. Topics include motivational quotes, life quotes, love quotes, wisdom quotes, proverbs quotes, famous quotes, breakup quotes, random quotes, and more.
Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell (4.5 stars) 228 pages, paperback (1933)3. I really enjoyed the first Sookie Stackhouse book, and I might very well add Living Dead in Dallas to my audio listens this month. The bummer is that this year the rest of the kids are really sick, so the festivities are a bit on the down low.
I switched back and forth between the ebook and the audiobook (gotta love that Whispersync!), and I have to say that it was a perfect read for me.
I think that I would swap you for the high, gusty winds and sudden, sharp downpours just for a change of pace.
With all the series available as downloadable audiobooks from the library, I think I'll try to get to them all within the next couple of years, unless I try to keep up with you, that is.


Still, there will be cake and candles, singing and presents, so all is not lost.October is a big month for us - Craig and I celebrated 24 years of marriage on the 6th, Birdy's birthday today, and the anniversary of our BIG MOVE to Georgia is on the 12th. As long as there is Katie, there MUST be Pimm's, right?!>18 maggie1944: I have never had Pimm's, Karen! Where, oh where is my Fall weather?!!On the reading front, I have finished rereading another Sookie - Dead as a Doornail, so I am moving on to Definitely Dead.
Hyde to the TIOLI after seeing you and Heather had listed it there, so it won't be said you don't influence my reading choices! It wasn't much fun riding Connie out in the wind today (think of the effect wind has on children and double it for horses) but at least we avoided the rain. Because like Bradbury, O'Brien defies the boundaries of genre, creating something that is hard to define. His memories of his days in the Viet Nam War are subtly molded here to give us a sort of memory novel - a melding of memoir and fiction that reaches out and grabs you by the throat. It was actually excellent on audio since I had attempted it before in print and so was familiar with the very large cast of characters. Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather (4.25 stars), 303 pages, library hardback (1927)10. The Gods of Gotham by Lyndsay Faye (4.5 stars) 432 pages (2012) - 2014 acquired paperback88. The Voice of the Violin by Andrea Camilleri (4 stars) 256 pages (1997) - library hardback94.
Journal of a Residence on a Georgia Plantation by Fanny Kemble (3 stars), 488 pages (1838-1839)29. Cooking in Cast Iron by Valerie Aikman-Smith (4 stars) 112 pages (2012) - library hardback109.




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