Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Wordless Wordsmith Wednesday

I know, I know, I know.

Alright, already.

There it sits, lonely but patient, on my nightstand. It is such a bad idea for me to try to read at the end of the night before I go to sleep; I have managed to make it through exactly one and one half chapters.

Yuh. My life is so thrilling, so chock-a-block full of excitement, I am spent by day's end. Ah, the carefree life of a Baroness. Sucks to be me.

I can assure you, I have nothing to do tomorrow (Thoughtful Thursday post is already queued up) but read. How could I possibly promise you this? Because according to my operating manual, God says so (well, I'm supposed to be reflecting, but how long should that take? Two hours? Three, max? I've been a reasonably nice person this year - not much atoning required)(unless you know otherwise...)

However, I will right now atone to Hachette Book Group for not being on the ball with this; rest easy that by next week, I will have an opinion. Forgive me.

I have a book that says you have to.


Cormac Brown said...

My dear Baroness, it is not the difficult of a book to read. Connelly flows, trust me.

Mental P Mama said...

Does reading all day count as atoning? That would be great. Have a nice holiday;)

Baroness von Bloggenschtern said...

Count Cormac: From what I've read (and remembered) thus far, he is very good; no doubts there.

I just have to hunker down when my eyelids aren't fluttering...

Countess Mama: When I think of holidays, I think of somewhere warm, foo foo girly drinks, and food.

Holy shamoley - there will be none of that happening tomorrow.

I gotta find a new travel agent maybe...

{i}Post said...

Reading should totally account for atoning and meditation!

Baroness von Bloggenschtern said...

Countess iPost: A big Hallelujah to that!!

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