Monday, 27 June 2005

End of an era

Last Saturday night was the last Finkleman's 45s . . . what am I supposed to do on Saturday nights without Danny Finkleman? I have to admit, ending his show with "Then You Can Tell Him Good-bye" (by the Casinos) darn near brought tears to my sentimental eyes!

I've had a lazy week off, and have spent a lot of time playing couch potato and reading. Let's see, I've finished reading:

  1. Angels & Demons (Dan Brown)
  2. The Da Vinci Code (Dan Brown)
  3. Deception Point (Dan Brown)
  4. Outlander (Diana Gabaldon)
  5. Velocity (Dean Koontz)
  6. Bluestocking Bride (Elizabeth Thornton)
  7. City of Bones (Michael Connolly)

And now I'm reading The Romanov Prophecy (Steve Berry). Can you tell I've had too much free time??? (Someone gave me a HUGE tapestry canvas sans tapestry wool mais avec brand new stretcher frame to keep me occupied, but its one of those 5-year long projects, not a 2-weeks between classes projects!)

So, I'm off for more of the above. Hope your week is relaxed too!

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