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Hey ya'll -- I apologize. I should have mentioned this last week or at the very least in the "what you will and won't find here" post, but on the 4th Thursday of every month, I have book club.

Believe me, I've considered skipping club to watch the boys and write the ramble. But this way I can defy the thinking that I am, in fact, completely obsessed with SPN. I can say, no I'm not. See? I go to book club when the boys are on! :) In truth, I'm dying to know what I'm missing and if I were younger and my daughter knew how to sleep past 6am, I would probably watching it when I got home.

Not to insinuate that anyone will miss the ramble, but I've had some say they check right after watching to see if it's posted, and for those that do that, I apologize for the delay. Those that check on Friday morning, it will just be a little later on Friday morning. :)

So enjoy the epi tonight. I'm excited to be able to watch tomorrow morning and look forward to your thoughts!!

Slainte.

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primrose_1
Sep. 24th, 2009 08:00 pm (UTC)
How funny! MY book club is every fourth Thursday too! We're reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (Next week it's at my house, and we're doing Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book because it's Halloween...) Have fun!
gaelicspirit
Sep. 24th, 2009 10:24 pm (UTC)
That's awesome! LOL.

This month is "The River of Deceipt." It's non-fiction about Teddy Roosevelt's trip down the Amazon River. I'm not big on non-fiction and reading this was like... homework. Usually, I'm really engaged in the conversation, but I'm not sure I will be so much with this one.

I don't host it until February and that's when we're reading "Life's That Way."

Thanks for understanding.

PS
My daughter and I watched "Coraline" recently and I understand that's a Neil Gaiman story, yes? I might check more of his out...
primrose_1
Sep. 24th, 2009 11:41 pm (UTC)
Yes, Coraline is also Neil Gaiman. The Graveyard Book won the Newberry last year, which is why I'm so excited to be sharing it with my group. He's one of my favorite authors. I would recommend anything he's written.

I'm not big on nonfiction either. It comes up in our book club because we have many people with varying taste. We have a woman who is a history teacher and always has us reading nonfiction or historical pieces, another who reads religious stuff, another who follows contemporary fiction, another who loves the classics, and me who reads fantasy, science fiction and horror. It forces us to really expand our horizons and get out of our comfort zones.

Either way, have a good time tonight! I've got my Supernatural epsiode on DVR, and will probably stay up WAY too late watching it when I get home.

Julie

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