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Monday, October 15, 2007

The Kit Runner and No Scrapbooking

Ok. I'm in reading mode. What happens when I'm reading? Absolutely nothing! I'm reading "The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini. I've read about 3/4 of it. This book is extremely well written and a very good story. What I like about it, is that it is about an Afghani that comes to America, but leaves behind a terrible memory of a life altering decision he made as a child. He returns to Afghanistan to right this wrong. The book is about his journey.

I don't know much about Afghanistan, except what I see on the news. It is interesting to learn about this country from an insider's point of view. This is not a political book. It never gets political or religous. It is about the young man and his journey.

Aside from that, I didn't scrapbook because I couldn't put my book down. I will today as Michelle at CottageArts.net has released some new frame groupings, and I just have to play!!!

I also planted pansies and some mums in Gamecock garnet yesterday! That way I will have some pretty color over the winter. Although, my camellias will give me some lovely pink blossoms as well!

6 comments:

Carjazi - aka Diane said...

I heard that was a pretty good book, I'll have to go check it out.

Have a great day.
Diane

Dawne said...

Sounds interesting....been too busy for reading, but who know when the mood might strike! Have an awesome day!

BuzyBeeScrapper said...

Sounds like a great read! Have a great day!

HeatherManning said...

That sounds like an awesome book! I'll check it out when I go to the library Wednesday!
Thanks!

Have a great Monday!

Heather
http://digiscrapping.net

Victoria said...

The book sounds interesting. I'll have to check it out.

The new designs at the Cottage sound cool, too!

Melanie Harris said...

That sounds like a good book. Might have to track it down and read it myself. Thank you.