Friday, September 14, 2007

On the mend

I am finally on the mend. After copious amounts of pain meds and antibiotics ... I am at this moment beginning to feel human ... at least marginally.

If you are into books that completely freak you out -- read The Mephisto Club by Tess Gerritsen. I stayed up until 2am this morning to finish this book and it freaked the heck outta me. I am sure at least part of it is because of the pain meds ... but, I am not sure this book came to my bookshelf (probably one of those book club thingys that I forgot to decline) -- but I will send it to the first person who asks ... I don't want to keep it. It is well written ... but creepy. I am still kinda jumpy from it today.

I think I will read something light and airy next ... any suggestions? It may take a book - or ten -- to get that one out of my thoughts.

Anywho ... I cancelled all of my weekend plans and I intend to just stay in and rest. My body seems to be worn out from the battle I had this week.

Hope that you have something fun and exciting to do ... or at least rich in rewards to you!

Blessings,
Frannie



The best of a book is not the thought which it contains,but the thought which it suggests;just as the charm of music dwells not in the tones but in the echoes of our hearts.~ Oliver Wendell Holmes ~


God "will give to each person according to what he has done." To those who by persistence in doing good seek glory, honor and immortality, he will give eternal life. Romans 2:6-7

4 comments:

T-girl said...

OH! TOOTH PAIN IS THE WORST!!! I am glad you are feeling better. Haven't read the book... not sure I want to now!LOL Things are just crazy right now but they appear to be kind of coming together now!

Hugs- T

Drew Blackstone said...

Glad you're feeling better. And that's the God's honest tooth. :)

If you want a good book, look no further than 'Stargirl' by Jerry Spinelli. It's YA and a pretty easy read. I think that it is the one book (besides The Bible, of course)that EVERYONE should read.

Peace and blessings on ya.

Trish said...

You want something funny to read?

"Hypocrite In A Poufy White Dress" by ?

Very funny and if you grew up in or near the 70's you will totally relate.

queenb2u said...

So glad you're feeling better. Teeth can be such a big pain!! In reply to naivehelga and her wedding plans, go to theknot.com and look for the Bynum Strong wedding. All of the latest is there. :):)