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Lamb, claim, table, blame, tomb
Good morning, Deb. Reading a non-fiction 2-vol history book: The Story of Christianity. By Julio Gonzalez. Very well written- by a historian. Most books about the subject have a decided author bias. Have not detected it yet. Can't tell if author is Christian, jewish, Muslim - or even if a believer in God! I can tell, however, he is a very good historian - and writer. Might become one of my Essentials - need to find it a space in my very small bookcase, I think.
~ Quit August 1, 2015 ~ Temporary Dots : O O O O ~
BOARD, STAR, BARD, BOAR, TAR
Hi Jo Jo-you called me Deb lol! turtlesongs is Rhonda-Your book sounds good. Did you get it from the library or is it an ebook? I am reading "The Girl who disappeared twice by Andrea Kane-it is good, but I also paln to hit the library today as I have many books on hold.
Vagrant, gnat, rant, grant, brate
Hey, am not sure some days who I am! Surprised today that I am sitting up. Was even late to pledge NOPE!! Some days are really foggy when I try to look through the cobwebs in my head. Am here - smokefree - and apparently for today, that is all i am going to get!
SNICKER, NICK, PERSE, PREENS, PRICES
Hi Jo, I am having a lazy afternoon-just reading-it is getting warm however, and I may don shorts soon. How are the temps there?
Parch, port, part, crypt, lycra
Rhonda, it is going to be a great summer day. 66F now. Headed to 80. Sunny -few clouds. Humidity 75%. Will think fondly of today in 5-6 months. When it will be blowing and 10F.
SHIFTLESS, HEFT, SHIFT, LESS, SHEET
Hi Jo, it is a nice summer day here too, I changed to shorts and am more comfortable. Hope you are enjoying your book.
Dispose, prom, impress, missed, primp
Am contemplating a shower and pedicure - after I clean up the kitchen. Need to go out later for a drive, so have to get a move on. A lazy day. But then, all my days are lazy ones. Who knows what I will actually get done.
COMPOSITION, POSITION, POSIT, COOT, COOP
Hi jo, a pedicure sounds great!!! You are in Minnesota right-please correct me if I didn't remember correctly. What is the land like there? Hilly or flat? Are there some good lazy roads to drive on? Have fun whatever you decide to do.