Thursday, October 25, 2007

Still Alive!

Just a quick note to let readers (are you still there?) know that I haven't completely abandoned my blog posting. I've just been ridiculously busy at my new job and writing up a storm, so most nights I'm not inspired to write more. 'Tis a shame, but I'm sure I will adjust and get that fire back.

Recent realizations:
- Tapping into creativity on a daily deadline basis is hard work!
- I'm getting old. I thought I was Internet savvy but the younger generations are so much more so.
- Many people find Micheline easier to pronounce than Michie.
- I need some really good books to read!

(Please post any book suggestions here, thank you!)

5 comments:

  1. I just finished Kite Runner. Love that book, you can borrow if you want :-)

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  2. Just saw your pictures on the tobi.com site!
    You look great! That's awesome that your company did a t-shirt design contest. I need to get into that.

    Looks like you are having fun! Just wanted to say hi.

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  3. Kite Runner is a great book--thanks for the offer, Camille, but already read it!

    Hi Tina!

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  4. try Special Topics in Calamity Physics - cool book, I think you'd like it. Water for Elephants is cute and quick, and New England White is a long but interesting murder mystery. I can lend you these, but you'll have to come to PR to pick them up ;)

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  5. Hi Michiesss!
    I just finished reading "Hypocrite In A White Pouffy Dress" which I loved, its a very funny memoir by Susan Jane Gilman, who many are calling the female david sedaris. Right now I am working on "The Red Tent" which is biblical, but very female oriented and a great read. The female characters hook you in right away.
    Another book I am reading, is called Happier by Tal Ben-Shahar. Its not a self-help book, its actually a text book for the most popular class being taught at Harvard right now. Its really fascinating, but it teaches you ways to add fullfillment into your life in all that you do. I find it fascinating.

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