Saturday, January 05, 2008

I am better....I think

I think the strep part is fine - now it seems to be the antibiotic that is getting to me! I have not been able to sleep at all since I have been taking it. Weird.

Today I started my list for packing. As we all know, I love a good list. For that matter, I love a bad list; I just love lists. I have my carry on packed with one outfit and jammies in case my suitcase ends up in Iberia (even though Spain is close by) and I have to punt the first night. How horrible would it be not to get my suitcase and have to buy all new stuff?!?!?

I have not yet picked out my reading material for this trip. The problem is that I read too darn fast. I can knock off a paperback or 3 on the way to Oklahoma! I really do not want to have to cart that much reading material with me. I am downloading a book from iTunes (THANK YOU MAUER FAMILY) for my iPod. Please suggest something to read on the trip/and or listen to...I need lots of suggestions!

6 comments:

Ally_H said...

I suggest Steve Martin's autobiography "Born Standing Up"... I got it for Christmas and read it in a day. Pretty fab! Really makes you appreciate his rope-trick and juggling skills.... :)

TransplantedOkie said...

Thanks - I have been thinking about downloading it. I want to see if he reads it or someome else. I am sure if he is the one narrating it will be hilarious!

Abby said...

"The Labyrinth" by Kate Mosse. I thought it was a very nice work of historical fiction. "The Alexandria Link" by Steve Berry was also exciting.

upwiththesun said...

The Third Secret also by Steve Berry was interesting too.

upwiththesun said...

P.S. According to my library the Steve Martin autobiography is read by the author. I've reserved it, hope it gets here before New Mexico!

TransplantedOkie said...

I have read the Romanov Prophecy, so I am familiar with Steve Berry.

Steve Martin just might find his way onto my iPod!