Saturday, September 13, 2008

Bored...

Ughhh....I hate doing nothing! I hate television and all the crappy shows that are on! Who the hell is Tila Tequila anyway and why is she famous?? Why do I want to vomit every time I flip past Jon & Kate?? Why is everyone on Bravo gay?? Why does my People magazine suck this week?? Why did I finish a really good book ("The Time Travelers Wife") last week leaving me with only crap to read (I refuse to start reading the Nicholas Sparks book I found on my bookshelf...I don't think I can take the cheese)?? Why isn't anyone updating their blogs so I can at least read that?? Why did I stop getting a paycheck last week...now I can't online shop?? Why does Claire want to play everywhere but where I am (at least watching her play is interesting)??? I would join Facebook and start that addiction, but I get paranoid that former patients will try to look me up...

Okay...enough complaining.

I need:
Book recommendations (FYI - I hate mysteries, most chick lit, Harry Potter type books and romance novels)
Movie Recommendations
Fun websites

Thanks!

5 comments:

Bitter Mom said...

You should join Facebook. You can be as anonymous as you like (like only naming yourself 'Becky S' or something).

I have piles of books, should you need something to read. I always recommend Anne Tyler! She's not romance, she's not sappy. She actually writes about ordinary people. And her stuff usually takes place in baltimore.

I can bring a few over tomorrow.

meg said...

sorry... my suggestions revolve around playhouse disney online and the disney/sprout channel on tv. who has time to read? I once had an addiction to sudoku. that was fun (until they got REALLY hard). hopefully we'll find a way to keep you from being bored tomorrow.

Bitter Mom said...

You should also check out the curious george games on pbskids.org. I'm a fan of "Pogo-a-go-go"

Sarah said...

All the books that I read are romance - Danielle Steel, Sandra Brown - type. That sucks that People sucked this week. I use to be addicted to Sudoku, I still am sometimes. I always like to do those hidden object games and there are loads of them online. Just some suggestions.

nelly said...

adriana trigiani, american-italian writer. lucia, lucia and queen of the big time are my favourites and roccoco.
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=adriana+trigiani&x=14&y=24

david baldacci's wish you well is a good one.

and definitely join facebook!! i'm on there more then my blog!