Saturday, April 05, 2008

Tagged by Robin!

Robin has tagged me, although I didn't find out until I read my neighbor's blog and then went back to hers!
1. Pick up the nearest book (at least 123 pages)
2. Turn to page 123
3. Find the 5th sentence
4. Post the 5th sentence on your blog
5. Tag 5 people

Okay, the nearest book to me is...

Fifth sentence.. "And it is wondeful training for the prospective power pilot : knowledge of air currents, landings when his motor has failed."

Wow, that was pretty boring! I picked up this book for 50 cents, I think, at the used book place just outside the library, I tried reading it, but it did get a little boring. I didn't know that she flew so many places with her husband! And, I didn't get to the end of the book. If anyone is interested in it, I'll send it to you.

Now, for the fun part... I tag... MTW, Nutz, and Silvergirl, (some of my OT friends) , Aileen S. and Heather R.

Have fun! (Hope your books are less boring than mine..

5 comments:

Silvergirl said...

oooooh, tagged am I? LOL!

I'm sorry the Anne Lindbergh book is so boring. I have heard she had an interesting life, although the kidnapping of her baby was awful.

Fat & Sassy said...

Thank you for the SINFUL DESSERT you just sent over... I had one, I DO NOT know how many points there are...but I had one anyway and it was DELISH! You're the BEST! No need to refridgerate, they were eaten....YUUUUUUUMMMMMMMMMMY!

Kerrie said...

What's this sinful dessert? Why didn't i get any!? I should at least get the recipe. :) So, your book really does sound boring. ;) But I'm not a reader really. So that's not saying much! I love your blog and loved looking back a few months. Thanks for commenting on my blog. I love blueberries but didn't know how much till i made a pie last month. Wow! It's a new fav. My sister lived in PA and also had a bb field nearby and they would go picking as a family adn then make yummy treats etc. You and her could relate with the "nothing better than fresh" point of view! :)

Puffy said...

I just read Steve Martin's book; it was a fast and fun read. He grew up in the same time period and location as I did so I recognized so much in the book.

Silvergirl said...

Puffy, I read his book a few weeks ago. It was a good read, and I also recognized the time period.

I just finished reading "Losing It" by Valerie Bertinelli. I wound up feeling a little sorry for her because her marriage to Eddie Van Halen was not good for most of the 20 or so years they were married. The book pushes the Jenny Craig diet ad nauseum.