Wednesday, April 13, 2011

"Dying is only one thing to be sad over. Living unhappily is something else."

Still quit! Fifty nine and a half hours. I think about it all the time though.

I read another book last night / today. (Yes, already, I was trying to keep my mind off smoking).
Another non-fiction. A best-seller. Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom.

I'm not going to bore you all with another long book review. Just going to say, another amazing non-fiction. About a man who starts visiting his old professor who has ALS  as he's dying and the lessons he learns about life and death. Grabbed that one off Frank and Ambers book shelf as well. Next up: another book by Mitch Albom. The five people you meet in heaven.

If you've read any good books lately let me know! I've got a bit more time on my hands, I'd gladly pick up something suggested.

Also I posted my favorite thing that I ever crocheted on my Etsy Shop today. As you can probably tell, it's my banner on here and my thumbnail on Etsy.
Ahhh I just die for the color combos. Checkit here!

Also the Canadian 2011 Election debate was tonight! So we ate in front of the TV and watched it. I was hoping for there to be more points made, but there were a few good ones and some great comments. Jack Layton cracked me up. Haha. I still need to register to vote, so Imma call in and get that all taken care of. Anyone watch that debate and have some comments? Anyone from Canada have their minds made up on who they're going to vote for? I'd love to hear some opinions.

Lenore <3

4 comments:

  1. I'm pretty sure I'm voting Liberal. Make my parents proud, and Michael Ignatieff rocked my pants at the liberal leadership rally. Ideally, I'd love a Liberal government with like the NDP as the opposition or whatever, I think they would love. Just no Conservative or Green party for me! Too right/left wing for me. I need to learn more about Canadian politics... and I will this summer with Lora Pope. :D

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  2. I want to vote NDP, but like the Liberal runner for our district - so I am torn

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  3. I enjoy your book reviews although I'm not a book reader per se.

    Think we might be voting Liberal, I'm not political but we're usually Liberal.

    And you can do it! Quit.

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  4. liberal! although i would take anything besides harper, as i'm sure much of the youth feels.

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