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April 12, 2009



This may not be at all what you're looking for, but I was reading Discover magazine yesterday and saw a review for a book titled "Wild Justice" by Marc Bekoff and Jessica Pierce. It's about the moral lives of animals. Non-fiction, obviously, and it's about critters, but it may be a bit heavy for morning reading.


Cute hair! But your hair always looks cute. I'm really loving Dorothy Dunnett right now - dense historical fiction. Try "Nicolo Rising" - there is dyeing!


Very cute haircut! I love it. :)

Happy Easter!

(I'm currently too short on brain to read anything serious, so have been working my way through mystery series. Yay Anne Perry! :) )


ADORABLE! Where'd you go? Wow, it's like you should always have had that exact haircut.

I read Vikram Seth's An Equal Music not long ago. It's a freaking masterpiece. Now re-reading Nick Hornby: About a Boy, High Fidelity, A Long Way Down. For "vacation reading," Anita Shreve is eminently readable and not... literary-merit-free.



That's a great hair cut! Stylish and young. It looks like it'd be easy to care for too.

I've started reading A.S. Byatt, who is a very literary writer. Her book "Passion" is a bit of a "who done it" with a few dogs and cats thrown in.


Love the haircut!


Loving the hair - very sassy! :) I wish I could help you with the books, but I'm very much in the same boat as you with that one. Making a mental note now to check back here and read some of the suggestions.


Great minds think a like! I just got my hair chopped off short too, so nice and cool for summer!


Just read Water For Elephants. A great book and it even has animals in it. Nice haircut.


I hear you on the long hair thing. I lost 10 lbs the day I cut mine all off. I love your new style. My cut comes tomorrow and it is going to be short short short. I like it to stick up like a brush cut these days. Perhaps it is the local climate. Anyway, sounds like you had fun relaxing for once.


I can’t go to bed without reading. I sometimes do, but miss it terrible when it happens.
Have you read Eva Luna from Isabel Allende? It talks about my country, so it has a special meaning for me. My absolute favorite, however, is House of the Spirits it's her master piece I think. Also Animal, Vegetable, and Miracle from Barbara Kingsolver it’s supposed to be life changing.


Love it!

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