Tuesday, August 25, 2009

And still in the country

Though I came back for about an hour to check mail and feed the kitties.

I miss blog hopping and blogging! I only have very limited time out there - just enough to read comments (not respond) and check the emails that need responding to the most. But I'm back tomorrow night (and back to work on Thursday) and I know I have a lot to catch up on!!

One thing about being in the country though - with Very Limited internet and no cable - I've had time to read and I have TWO books to post about on Nath's ReRead Challenge. And guess what genre they are - heh heh.

And last - but not least - there is still the contest that runs until Saturday!!

And I look forward to adding all kinds of names to The Great Western Drive!!

Now - time to head back.


orannia said...

While you're very definitely missed, I'm glad you're having a good time (and that the kittens are playing nicely without you there to supervise :)

And if I had to make a guess about the genre of your books (because it will only be a guess)....ummm....Western perhaps? *grin*

Lisa Marie Wilkinson said...

I did want you to know that I rented North and South from Netflix and loved it...so you have another convert, LOL. Enjoy your visit with your sister!

nath said...

Did you watch SYTYCD or did you miss it?!? Why does the guy I like have to go home first!?!?! :(

Kristie (J) said...

Nath: Are you kidding me?? LOL - I was there with pen and paper in hand to mark down the ones I liked. Of course now is the next night and we learned the results. The guy they picked to leave - Taylor -is the one I would have picked, but not Tatianna - I thought she should have stayed.

Lisa: *Clapping wildly* Isn't it just wonderful?!?!?! And - should you blog about your thoughts on it, then you too will be added to the Crusader list!!

Orannia: Ding! Ding! Ding!! You are correct sir!! I reread two that I had on my recommended list.

Mary G said...

Glad you're having a good visit. you earned the break.

CindyS said...

Yay for some sister time.

But, what's it like being 'unplugged'? What did I do before the internet?