Wow. I feel a bit like a posting fiend.
For those of you wondering, the Webmaster of our site DID get in touch with me and tell me they're putting new filters in and will explain how to moderate them this week. WOO HOO!! Maybe we can get the p*rn off our site! (It's just not good to have links to p*rn sites on a university-affiliated newspaper site, you know?)
...And I'm getting my hair cut today! No, not too much, though, I'm too scared, haha!
And I really wish I had something more interesting to post, but I don't because my life, for once, is calm. It was actually so "bad" last night that when Superman and I went to bed, I leaned over and said, "Something is very, very wrong with me."
He was immediately concerned. "What is it?"
"I can't go to sleep," I replied. "I'm worried because I'm not worried about anything."
That's right, people. World-class worrier right here. I'd bring home the gold for the US if it were an Olympic sport.
Superman just stared at me and shook his head.
So, to spiffy up this post a little bit (after all, it is my 99th post), I want to know what books you're reading or want to read right now. Obviously, I'm in a Dekker mode, so nothing else will be read until I finish reading every one of his books, but I do have a list of others that I want to read after I conquer the Dekkers.
Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall
I check a lot of books on www.discerningreader.com, especially ones with Christian content, and while Tim Challis did say that this book's theology was a little out of wack, he did say it was a good story to read for the joy of reading stories. And I'm okay with that. Sometimes I just want a good story, and I think this would be a good "beach book," as I like to call them.
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
How sad is it that I've never read this book? Sigh...But it is on my list, and it is on my bookshelf, so I WILL read it...sometime.
Finding Calcutta: What Mother Teresa Taught Me About Meaningful Work and Service by Mary Poplin
This is on a list I made a few months back...Haven't bought the book yet, but it looks interesting!
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter Thompson
Because he's a literary journalist, and I like literary journalism. If you haven't read Hiroshima by John Hersey, you definitely should!