This forum post is hidden because you have chosen to ignore EDIENOW. Show Details
This forum post is hidden because you have submitted an abuse report against it. Show Details
If you get the Marjorie Hillis book let me know what you think of it. I finally finished "The Poyson Garden". Took me long enough. It was good but I've read better. Don't think I'd read a second one by Karen Harper. I'm reading Nora Ephron's book so if you do listen to her on your trip we'll have to compare notes when you return. It's a short 135 pages so I should be done by then. I just started it and only 113 pages to go. I did not know that she was once married to Carl Bernstein. In fact, I didn't really know anything about her. I went to Wilkepedia and learned that she wrote the screenplays to many of my favorite movies which I didn't know. Thanks for inspiring me to learn as always.
I got the notice from Linda too but it wasn't there when I got there but I did see the crude jokes and that's why I had to make a remark. One of the guys had his profile taken down but he's still able to post and he's really posting all kinds of nasty things to the community hosts about taking his profile down and demanding they put it back up. Don't think he's going to get any results behaving like that. You wouldn't thing grown-ups would behave like this much less married men. I don't recall anything like this on the old site.
Have fun on your trip.
I returned from Stella Niagara last night. It was a wonderful visit at my old school. Saw many old friends, ate good food, and was able to spend a few minutes with my highschool principal, Sister Isabelle. Although her mind is still sharp, she is a complete invalid now. As I left the Boston area early Friday morning, I was glad to escape the heatwave descending upon the area. Ha! It was brutally hot the whole weekend in NY state, too!
I did not get to Nora Ephron's I Feel Bad About My Neck on CD during my drive because I spent the whole trip (to and from) listening to Jane Fonda's My Life So Far... all 17 discs of it! Fonda divided her auto biography into three parts: Stage One, Stage Two, and Stage Three. Stage One was/is her childhood years; this part really interested me because I found that, except for the wealth part, her upbringing was as crazy and dysfunctional as mine! I am convinced that "dysfunctional" families are the norm, not the aberrations, at least in the U.S.
I'll be returning all the CDs to library, but I have requested the regular book version of Nora Ephron's book online from the library so that we can compare notes and thoughts about it.