We have a baby squirrel in the yard. It's adorable. And completely unafraid of me. I was out there Sunday morning, filling the bird feeders and scattering the critter feed and food for the critters and crows, and I was back and forth a few times from the house to the feeder pole. The little … Continue reading Summer in the City. Or Something.
Yes, I know. It's a day late, but we had dinner guests yesterday. The BaldMan's parents, his sister and brother-in-law, and Steph came over for Father's Day dinner. My father-in-law requested chili, *red* chili, to be exact. Specified, I suspect, so that we wouldn't sneak any of that weird green stuff in on him! LOL … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day!
My rating: 4 of 5 starsState Route 177 runs along the Suwanee River from Fargo, Georgia to the Okefenokee swamp. Titus and Melanie Bell are newlyweds on their honeymoon trip to a rented cabin where they plan to do some canoeing in the swamp. According to the GPS map, there are six bridges along their … Continue reading Friday Review: The Toll by Cherie Priest
Oh, yeah, Tuesday. The days are getting all mixed up again. Not like there is so very much going on, because there really isn't. Or maybe that's the problem- the days are running together because nothing unusual is going on. I guess I just have to keep the calendar close! One of the plant orders … Continue reading What Day Is It, Again?
My rating: 3 of 5 starsThe Longview is a spaceship operated by a mysterious "Owner" who uses it to transport criminals slated for execution. The story is told from two alternating viewpoints. One is one of the Longview crew, and the second is one of the prisoners. Between them, we start to get a glimpse … Continue reading Born From Fire (The Longview Chronicles #1) by Holly Lisle
And I have been slacking on the blog again, haven't I? As usual, there isn't really an excuse. Just the same old excuse of "Where did the time go?" The answer is, as usual, I have no idea! Anyway, summer is getting into swing here, and I have been able to bring my laptop out … Continue reading In the Good Old Summertime
My rating: 4 of 5 starsIn this fourth installment of Bledsoe's Tufa series, Matt Johnson, a young New York actor, auditions for a musical called "Chapel of Ease." He gets the role, and becomes friends with Ray Parrish, the play's author. As rehearsals progress and momentum builds for the opening night, strange things begin to … Continue reading Friday Review: Chapel of Ease (Tufa # 4)by Alex Bledsoe