High Drama

Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Stomach Trauma

ok. eating a french bread pizza at 9:30 at night is not a good idea. and having a rather large dog pass gas nearby is also not pleasant to the digestion.

now i have tummy trauma.

i have come to realize that my life centers around being obsessed and or (and usually more of the or) about food and what i have/will/should/shouldnt eat. what is that about?

on a brighter note. i am busy busy busy reading a million books so i can win the prize for the library's beach book bingo game. I have read 25 books since june 13th. ok, 8 of them are children's stories, but one of the squares is to read 5 childrens stories, so its necessary. im reading some pretty good ones too. donna jo napoli is on of my fave authors. she does usually young adult retellings of fairy tales.

the stuff that is hardest to read is romance, sports, war and westerns. and self help. i dont want to help myself. i want to wallow in misery. except im not miserable. i feel really great about my self and my body and my life. so i read them just to read them.


At July 1, 2004 at 6:40 AM, Blogger g said...

That's because food is the center of all that is good.

And does Band of Brothers count for a war book? Because if you haven't read it, you should. It's very good. And can you could books on the war on drugs count as war books? Because The Corner is good too if you haven't read it. But they might be too long for this purpose.

At July 1, 2004 at 7:57 AM, Blogger cat said...

or go and do the high school books: red badge of courage, etc. what was a seperate peace about? all i remember is some kid falling from a tree limb and dying or something.

At July 1, 2004 at 9:14 AM, Blogger g said...

Oh... and if you read a separate peace you could also peace breaks out, and both are quick. As is Night and a book I have about Treblinka.


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