2010 turned out to be a very tough reading and blogging year for me. I don’t know if it was the out of sorts feeling I had while Hubby was deployed for five months or what but I totally sucked at keeping up with things. At times it seemed as if I had become a slower reader and was easily distracted… Continue reading MIA in 2010
Summary ~ Calling all Gleeks! Get more of your favorite characters in this official Glee prequel! All great performances deserve a warm-up! Enroll early at McKinley High–before New Directions was even a glimmer in Mr. Schuester’s eye. When did Rachel first decide Finn was more than just a jock? When did Puck and Quinn start… Continue reading Book Review ~ Glee The Beginning by
11 Days ’till CMA Fest in Nashville, TN!! Below are some music videos to represent just some of the eye-candy Jess and I will be seeing on the concert stages of CMA Fest. Yum!
I’m going to continue sharing music videos by numerous artists who will be jammin’ at the 2010 CMA Fest next month in Nashville, TN. Tonight, I’m listening to the wonderful Patty Loveless and her boot stompin’ tune, Lovin’ All Night. I love to sing this song at karaoke because it is so much fun! I hope… Continue reading 29 Days & Counting!
In thirty days a dream of mine is going to come true. One of my best friends, Jesse, and I are going on a road trip. This isn’t a road trip to just anywhere either. We are going to Music City USA, Nashville, TN to attend CMA Music Fest aka Fan Fair! I have been a… Continue reading 30 Days & Counting!
I haven’t listened to Pandora Radio in forever so I decided to log on and take a listen. Well what I got was so unexpected and fabulous that I had to share it with you. Kings of Leon is becoming a favorite band of mine primarily due to the tune “Sex On Fire” but I… Continue reading Today’s Favorite Song
From Publishers Weekly: Starred Review. What perfect timing for this optimistic, uplifting debut novel (and maiden publication of Amy Einhorn’s new imprint) set during the nascent civil rights movement in Jackson, Miss., where black women were trusted to raise white children but not to polish the household silver. Eugenia Skeeter Phelan is just home from college in 1962,… Continue reading Book Review ~ The Help by Kathryn Stockett