Wednesday, July 15, 2009

I really have nothing to say

But I'll say something anyway. :) Isn't that the point of a blog?
The boys and I spent last weekend in Urbana with my parents and celebrated my sister's birthday. Chris spent Saturday night and Sunday morning finishing filming of the movie he's gaffer for.
Last night I went to book club for one of my moms groups. We discussed The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield, which is an awesome book. I highly recommend it if anyone is looking for an interesting story that really celebrates reading and books within the intriguing story. I didn't get home until late (11 p.m.) because we were having such a good discussion and moved into mommy things to talk about (actually related to themes in the novel.) I lost track of time. I really needed a fun night where I lost track of time and got home late, although I paid a bit this morning when the boys got up at 7. It took a long time to fall asleep last night because I was still thinking about our discussion. Next month I am hosting and we are reading Fahrenheit 451.
Sam will be 1 in less than 2 weeks. Twelve days. He is really turning into a kid and I think he might actually walk before his birthday. He is soooo close! Speaking of Sam, he's letting me know that it is dinner time, so I better go make something.


  1. Bradbury recently told LA Weekly that "Farenheight 451" isn't about censorship, but about how television destroys our interest in reading literature. It's odd to think such a powerful book about freedom of speech and thought came out of someone who was really just on a tyrade about loving books.

  2. I was taking a look at that chapter in Chris's dad's book about Bradbury and that's what he has in there. I'm gonna need to read that chapter before the end of August....


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