I think it was her toe hair. But the source wished to remain anonymous.

Last year for about six months, I had a subscription to People Weekly. I decided that finding out whether Paris and Nicole were sworn enemies or BFFs and having each other’s love child, as well as hard-hitting coverage of what Britney had most recently shaved, was probably not the best use of my reading time and let it go.

The only thing I miss about People is the Picks & Pans section with the Pages reviews. In the past, I have found the best suggestions there for the next book I want to indulge in there. I tried to Google it, but I can’t find a source that gives the most current information.

Bummer, dude.

I’ll admit it; I like Chick Lit. I also like anything by Patricia Cornwell or Tami Hoag. Since I have quite a few books still unread that are what could be considered Christian Non-Fiction and those can get a little heavy, I need to balance them out with some brain candy. I need a good story. I don’t want to have to think too hard but I don’t want to be bored out of my cliché little gourd. What should I read next?

Rip it, roll it, and punch it, dude. And remember; that seat cushion can be used as a flotation device.

5 thoughts on “I think it was her toe hair. But the source wished to remain anonymous.

  1. HA! I love your button about commenting. Very cute!

    Thanks for the compliment the other day! Woo hoo!

    I tried to give up the computer in favor of reading actual literature for Lent this year. Obviously I’m failing miserably. H-E-Double hockey sticks, here I come!

  2. I gagged at toe hair- I had a friend (um, HAD) who never shaved her toe hair and it looked like a little toupe on her nicely pedicured foot. Oy- the hang ups!

    Yes poopeedoodoocaca is Bruce Almighty! None of my other readers even noticed I think.

  3. Hmm… I tend to stick to the fantasy genre…
    There’s an enjoyable series published by Luna, an imprint of Harlequin, by Michelle Sagara– the first one is Cast in Shadow. Lots of relationship crap to be dealt with, as well as magical powers, and the heroine’s inability to ever be on time or find a clean pair of pants. Seriously. It’s funny stuff.

    Also, Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons is seriously silly, in a making-fun-of-masterpiece-theater kind of way.

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