A Fighting Chance by Elizabeth Warren. I hope I get to vote for Elizabeth one day. Since she's from Massachusetts and I'm from Illinois, you know which election I'm talking about. She says it's not right that the government is making 7% interest off of young people paying off their student loans while big businesses are getting away with paying no taxes at all. You go, Elizabeth!
This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs The Climate by Naomi Klein. I can't wait to read this one. The author was a guest on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart last night. Maybe there's still hope for us all . . .
Monday, September 22, 2014
We Were Liars, recommended by my mama. About a group of cousins and friends and their summer vacation. Quick read, great story.
Black and White by Dani Shapiro. A photographer becomes famous when she takes pictures of her daughter. And what does her daughter think about that? Loved this one so much that I bought the paperback version of Still Writing: The Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life because I think I'd like to be friends with Dani. She won't mind if I call her Dani, will she?
I've read some good books lately! Here's another one: Never Coming Back by Tim Weaver. A detective novel about a family that went missing.
And for my inner florist, My First Ladies by Nancy Clarke who was the White House florist who served five first ladies. Fascinating.
Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands by Chris Bohjalian. A teenager deals with the aftermath of a nuclear disaster. Yes, yes, yes. Read this one too.
And one more? Remember Me Like This by Bret Johnson. Another really good one. A family deals with an abduction and return home. Couldn't put it down.
Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Sunday, August 10, 2014
Monday, July 28, 2014
It was good to visit with Jordan again.
This mama cat was so sweet during our visit. But she waited til we were gone to have her kittens!
Terrible picture, but this was maybe the brightest full moon I've ever seen. They called it the supermoon. Not sure why. I should have googled it to find out.
And then we got to see our Betsy and Kyle :)
Kyle wouldn't let me take his picture this time. He was exercising his independence! But our Betsy was willing to model. She's so smart, so pretty, so sweet, growing up so fast. Can't believe it's almost August. . .
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