>Book Meme

Posted: February 8, 2008 in Uncategorized

>Mensch has tagged me for a book meme.

The rules as stated are:
1. Pick up the nearest book (of at least 123 pages).
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences.
5. Tag five people.

This is going to be strange. I’m at work, the closest book to me is a book on Early Childhood…Be prepared.

Giving It Some Thought
Cases for Early Childhood Practices

Alex started to undo his pants as Maggie and Imani looked at him uncomfortably. I could tell that even at 4 years, they knew something about this was not right.
“Alex, I need to talk to you…”

Ok, with that cheerful quote I find the need to find another book close to me…

The Motion Picture Prescription
200 Movies to help you heal life’s problems

Made in Heaven is for those of you who are interested in the images and ideas about the afterlife. As in Defending Your Life and Flat Liners, in this movie we have an opportunity to see someone’s notion of what happens if once we die we end up being recycled back to earth. Now, for those of you who think this is hogwash, this movie is nothing more than entertainment.

Now to tag five people. I only have a few I can tag..I think I’ll borrow a couple from Green Tuna’s blog as she has so many anyways. šŸ™‚

KellyC (although she hasn’t blogged in quite some time…)

I have realized that I don’t have that many blogging friends. šŸ˜¦ I have a lot of thread friends but they are not the blogging sort.

Web, I’m tagging Jim! šŸ™‚

Tuna, I couldn’t resist tagging Crazy Aunt Pearl! šŸ™‚ So there is my fifth tag. Sorry I’m such a loner! I seriously need to make more internet friends. šŸ™‚
Crazy Aunt Pearl

  1. Turbo Kelly says:

    >I’m going to answer here, ’cause my blog is dead. I do all my blogging at Thunder – I pretty much say everything there, so it doesn’t make sense to repeat it over here . . .The book: YOU on a Diet -*Consuming healthy fats found in olive oil, fish, avocados, and walnuts.*Walking or doing any physical activity for at least 30 minutes a day – no excuses.* Taking niacin. Taking 100 mg four times a day.(These are about raising your levels of HDL cholesterol).

  2. mensch71 says:

    >Nicely done! šŸ™‚

  3. web says:

    >Being a bear of little brain, I’m not sure I understand (though Kelly has offered me a clue.) Am I supposed to do the same thing … on my blog? I think I’d rather do it here:The book: John Grisham’s “The Broker”I’m not actually up to page 123 yet, so this could be a spoiler!”Critz was a loyal Redskins season-ticket holder and few things in life excited him as much as his beloved team. Greenlaw was a casual fan but had spent the day memorizing statistics in the CIA safe house north of London. If football didn’t work, then politics would be next.”

  4. web says:

    >p.s. Woo, yours was kind of creepy. : )

  5. web says:

    >p.s.s. jim’s tag doesn’t work. if you delete everything after jawj it will.

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