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This is the last post I received from you on this thread. I can't believe you wrote this on April 13th. You probably know that Katrinka aka Kathryn Ruth has already contacted me to let me know that she is here. I'm so glad she finally made it. Now if I can just get Bikermom here. There is also another lady named (Siobhan) Susan that I've been trying to help. The problem is that she is so busy she hasn't had time to mess with it. I think some people are hesitant because the old site is still working and seems to be going strong. Had I known that it wasn't ending on April 1st as stated I might have stayed there longer. I can't wait until we get numbered postings here. If you don't answer your messages on a frequent basis it's very hard to find the one you are replying to.
I'm still reading "R is for Ricochet". I'm only about halfway through. I'm hoping to get some more time this week. Did you finish your Jack Canfield book yet?
Talk to you more later.
I take it that you are enjoying the Sue Grafton book? That's not one of her best alphabet mysteries, IMHO, but it, like all the others, is a good read. Albeit, a chick's read, also IMHO.
The Canfield books I'm delving into are like a "class" to me. I've renewed them twice and I have to return them to the library next week. My "class" is on self-esteem.
I finished reading Thunder Bay by William Kent Krueger and am now reading Disturbing the Dead by Sandra Parshall. That's on paper. I am listening to Obsession by Jonathan Kellerman on my ipod.
This might make you smile: Today I have to go to court in Cambridge; this city borders my town on one side and Boston on its other side. If I were to drive to the Cambridge court, it would probably take me about 20 minutes and another gas-eating 5 minutes to find a parking spot. Ever the frugal person, I will go by public transportation. Now, in order to reach the public transport station near the courthouse, I have to go to Harvard Square in Cambridge by trackless trolley, take the subway into Boston, and while still underground in Boston, take another subway to get back to Cambridge and the courthouse. Now, I will save two things by going this route: 1) gas money and 2) reading time! I should be able to put a big dent into the Parshall book ! BTW, I will spend less than half an hour in the courthouse itself.
Yes, Katrinka and I have been "talking" back and forth on the thread (or whatever it is called). :D