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1. My husband bought me a little Sansa-clip for Xmas so that I could enjoy the goodies from Audible (and I am) but I am not too fond of having to use little earphones all the time. Then I found this cute little speaker on eBay and I am loving it! No more having issues with losing my place in a book. If I am alone, I can just plug out the earphones and plug in the little blob (especially when driving!). Works great!! I love technology!! And yes, I got a pink one :)
(photo from eBay - works with phones too)
2. Still reading the THE HUSBAND's SECRET and enjoying it a lot. I have gotten to the secret part :) I am not so sure of the actions of all the characters . . . I am hoping they will redeem themselves. On the other hand, what would I do in such a situation . . . difficult question. This would make a great bookclub book - the discussions that could come out of it! *update: just finished it now - a five star read!*
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By coincidence I have also watched some Crime & Investigation TV and it also featured a case where a young girl is murdered. In both incidents, the daughter is murdered and the mother's whole existence becomes the murdered daughter. I cannot imagine being in such a situation but I felt so sorry for the other siblings. The mothers just kind of forgot about the other members of the family. So sad . . .
3. My husband asked me if he should start worrying about closing his eyes at night. Apparently I like the Crime and Investigation channel too much. LoL
4. Sunday was a super moon! Hubby took this photo - isn't it pretty! Apparently there is another super moon next month.
5. So sad to hear of Robin Williams' suicide this week. It is so sad that loads of comedians suffer from depression, we hear it more and more. They make us laugh but deep down inside, the are battling enormous illnesses. I am so grateful that this is one illness I do not suffer from. I can't even imagine how terrible it must be not to be able to lift yourself out of the darkness.
Until next week . . .