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Three bookring books arrived at my house in one box today. I feel so book rich! I had been wondering which book to start next, but this makes it easy. I'll be starting Peace Like a River by Leif Enger this evening, read a little bit of The Courage to Give before bed, and save The DaVinci Code for the weekend.

Life is good.

I think I'll make some oatmeal cookies (without raisins, thankyouverymuch) for this week's lunches then go for a walk before dinner. I'm still waiting for the boys to pick up their backpacks, jackets, and assorted clutter so I can vacuum the family room. Hmm... Maybe I can bribe them into putting away the Christmas decoration boxes with warm cookies...

It could happen.
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It's still NYE here. I just finished book 150 for this year and am very happy about it. I haven't decided what to start 2004 with yet. I was looking through my list from this year and was amazed at how many of the books on there I read because of bookcrossing, either because it was a trade, a ring/ray, or because someone recommended it on the forum. More than 2/3!

We're having a very quiet evening here. We have some munchies to set out, we may watch a movie, may play games. I've decided that I can relax and enjoy the evening. I wish you all a great year in 2004!
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I didn't keep very good track of my books this year. I only updated the list every couple of months, so I had to do a lot of remembering. I take full responsibility for any duplications (though I think I managed to weed them all out :-)). There may be a few omissions, but overall, I'm pretty happy with the mix of books I got to read this year. I'm hoping to finish Daughter of Fortune by tomorrow night. Wish me luck?

Here's the list:
Books Read in 2003 (not in order) )
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My inner child is ten years old today

My inner child is ten years old!

The adult world is pretty irrelevant to me. Whether
I'm off on my bicycle (or pony) exploring, lost
in a good book, or giggling with my best
friend, I live in a world apart, one full of
adventure and wonder and other stuff adults
don't understand.

How Old is Your Inner Child?
brought to you by Quizilla

And I'm playing hookie from scho... I mean work.

Nah, I'm off fair and square, but the weather is so yucky that I don't want to do anything but sit here and play with the computer. Maybe I'll make cookies.

/drool... mmmm, cookies

gotta go.

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Patients have been canceling their appts all morning. *Yawn*

The good news is that my afternoon is now free, so I'm going home at lunch time.

/happy dance, happy dance, doing the happy dance

More reading time for me!
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Okay - I just installed a client server. Hopefully this will help me remember to make entries for the books I read next year. I'm just about to start Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende. If I finish it before Wednesday night, it will be book 150 for this year for me.
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I heard about the LJ 50 book challenge for 2004 on BookCrossing and decided to give this a try. I've never been the chatty type, so most of my entries will probably be the titles of books I've read. I've upped my personal challenge to 125 books for 2004. We'll see how it goes. Thanks, Shendoah, for introducing the concept in the forum at BookCrossing!


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