Thursday, December 28, 2006
Santa was very Bad
I have an addiction. One that my family has accepted though I am sure it is hard for them. I am a bookaholic. Santa placed three books into my stocking this Christmas. Not just any three books, but a trilogy. Anyone knows that putting this kind of temptation into the hands of someone with my severe problem could be potentially dangerous for all those living with them.

When I pulled the books out the children all looked at each other with knowing eyes. They knew that once the reading began all other activity in the house would cease. Laundry would pile up, meals would be late, they would be ignored, their mother would turn into one of those Mothers.

I am sorry Dear Children. I will seek help. Just as soon as I finish the third book.

  posted at 9:11 PM  

At 11:53 AM, Blogger Cakes said...

so funny! This is totally me! So what is the trilogy?

At 3:05 PM, Blogger julie said...

The trilogy is by Nora Roberts. The first book is called Morrigans Cross. I am embarrased to say that I am now on the third book. Thanks for commenting.


At 10:07 AM, Blogger janiswrites said...

This is completely me as well. They know at the library that I will not read part of a series unless I can check out the entire series. Then I get immersed in it. What is wrong with that? I will see help right after I finish this book.... Blessings to you!


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