Friday, December 11, 2009

Hi there!

New course that I designed starts tomorrow, it weirdly is going to include several of my colleagues...that will give it an odd atmosphere in a way, but it should be OK too....the introduction section will shorten right up...though I have a provisional plan if that happens.

Cross your fingers for me that we get a crowd!  I'd like to run it again, if not in a couple of sessions....wait and see.

Along with all the reading I've been doing I was watching a movie today.  A Perfect World with Kevin Costner and Clint Eastwood.  I didn't get to see the end of it, but it was good.  Not art great, but a good movie....fingers tapping as I wait.

I don't know if any of you noticed, but a(nother) real life genuine author commented!  Carolyn Jourdan of Heart in the Right Place stumbled upon my site (presumably after a google search) and left a message!

Well that was altogether rather thrilling!

I was reading through the lovely comments you have left and there was a new, and strangely familiar name!  WOW!

Carolyn, if your up in the Toronto area this summer, or you make it to Barcelona...let me know! Sadly the boat isn't in the Bahamas is in Ontario though!

Did any of you ever notice that blogging can be very very cool indeed?

Now I'm off to bed to read madly!  (At least three or four pages before I fall asleep!)


Beth said...

Yes, blogging is very cool indeed! ;)
I had an author leave a comment once – such a thrill for us bookish people.
Best of luck with the course tomorrow & I bet you managed to read more than three or four pages before you fell asleep…

lillian said...

... off to bed to read madly.. thats what I do.. 3-4 pages.. after a week my hubby goes.. what? you're STILL reading the same book? haha..

Helen said...

Love the new pic - very festive!!

oreneta said...

Beth, it is so true isn't it. I wonder if the authors realise. I suppose the huge names do eventually. I did managed maybe 6 or 7, but I am going to bed early tonight to get some more read.

Lillian, HARSH!

Fortunately I am still a faster reader than the man, though he can read about 7 books at once, which would slow the daily tally anyway wouldn't it.

Helen, it seemed seasonal, no?