Book Review: On Bumping into the Divine

Now that I'm a trippy spiritual being instead of the annoying human doing I was before almost dying, a couple of spiritual books have found their way onto my nightstand. Years ago, while trying to Find Myself, I read them all. Desperate for answers, I read every...

Phase 1 Complete!

Wow, we got the ebook version of Hal’s book online last night. What a FEAT. The learning curve for the software alone took me days to conquer. I bought a piece of software last year for $60 or $70, can’t remember now, that promised to allow instant secure...

Carrots Fucking The Earth

In my ongoing quest to meet girlfriends, I joined two Escaz├║ book clubs. Somehow, when I turned 50, girlfriends took on new meaning. As in: life would have no meaning without good girlfriends. I never felt that way before, but it’s taken me by storm. I had great...

Water For Elephants

Read this book. If you are younger than 50 and don’t have any inkling of things falling apart, you may not enjoy it as much as the majority of the population. But even if you are still in charge of your faculties, give it a shot. Beautiful writing. Wild story....

M-Bags and An Excuse

There is a grass-roots campaign to save M-Bags! Hallelujah!!! Click here for the info in a .pdf You can sign a petition online, takes a second and these do have an effect. Even if you never plan to send any books to me, please sign the petition because maybe someday...

Serendipity

My favorite word. Practice it here: Bookcrossing.com. Can’t wait to start leaving the contents of my ten 40lb M-Bags of books on park benches. One book at a time, of course.

Sad Day For U.S. Expats Around the World

Hal and I did two things on dates, besides eat: we’d try out sofas (I have no idea why we did this… we’d be out, there’d be a furniture store and next thing you know we are sitting on all the sofas.) And browse bookstores. We couldn’t...