“With freedom, books, flowers, and the moon, who could not be happy?” ― Oscar Wilde
Even though it's not a good time for me right now and it's damned frustrating not to see you, I do understand that your plate is all too full. It doesn't help that mine isn't!
Being with you eases my stress. I would really love to be in your arms right now.
I am in a much better mood and even though I sounded pretty glum on the phone the other night, I think hearing your voice, just being in contact helped! It was good to babble on the phone with you last night too. Still, this is going to be a long week unless I find some things to get busy with!
“so I wait for you like a lonely house
till you will see me again and live in me.
Till then my windows ache.”
Thanks again, for the extra conversation tonight. It was a sweet little fix. :-)
Friday is Aphrodite's Day, so it's fitting that I should be sending you a whole bunch of love and sexy pictures!!
“You don't have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them.”
― Ray Bradbury
In order of when they were published:
- Cujo: An early novel worth reading and it's a QUICK read!
- Different Seasons: 4 Novellas which contains the stories that became Shawshank Redemption and Stand By Me
- The Dark Half: OMG, The Dark Half bent my mind all kinds of which ways!
- Four Past Midnight: Another book of 4 novellas which contains includes the one Secret Window was based on. The Sun Dog will make you nervous about old instant cameras!
- Needful Things: Possibly my all time favorite!
- Dolores Claibourne: A very different style than his other works.
- Nightmares and Dreamscapes: A creepy collection of stories that kept me thinking and wondering for a long time! Every time I see sneakers under a restroom stall door..........
- The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon: Another terrific story and quick read!
- From A Buick 8: This goes in the "one of my favorites for sure" category!
- 11/22/63: This was so well rounded. The time travel weirdness was secondary to the story!
“But the toaster was quite satisfied with itself, thank you. Though it knew from magazines that there were toasters who could toast four slices at a time, it didn't think that the master, who lived alone and seemed to have few friends, would have wanted a toaster of such institutional proportions. With toast, it's quality that matters, not quantity.”
― Thomas M. Disch, The Brave Little Toaster
Think of me as "Quality Toast!"
Here are some crumpets to tide you over until next Friday ;-)
Only For You,