Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Thoughts on a Tuesday


So, my friend had her baby a week ago today, so that means that she is a week old today. Yep, she had a girl. Her name is Jasmine Arianna, but I am afraid I do not have any details passed that. I have not heard from her at all since before she was due, so I have not even seen a picture. Anyways, for those that were wondering, she had her baby. I only found out on the weekend and this is the first time I have had to really post since then.

On another note, I have two reviews posted, but on my other two blogs. I posted a review of The Huntress by Susan Carroll on Historical Tapestry. While not as good as the previous three books, it was still a great read and I cannot wait for more in the series. To head over there directly, click here. Then on Twisted Kingdom you can read a review of The Smoke Thief by Shana Abe. To head over there, click here.

Other than that, not much to post about. Just trying to figure out what I want to do with the rest of my life, which is actually a big thing and stressing me out, but in any case. Other than that, I am just reading. Tolkien is good, very hyper, though, he just fell off the counter. The other cats are very unfriendly, so hopefully they get used to the kitten soon! Oh, and I am organizing my bookshelves. That's actually a lot more difficult than I would have thought.

2 comments:

  1. Congratulations to your friend on the birth of her baby. And thank you for the update about your little Tolkien. I just got through a bout of illness with both of my furkids. They seem to be doing better. I think the threat of a vet visit turned them around. ;-)

    Deciding what direction to go in life is a tough decision. I wish you luck with that and know that I'm pulling for you, whatever you decide.

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  2. Jasmine Arianna is such a lovely name!

    Aww, kittens are awesome. I respectfully request photos. ;)

    Best of luck with that whole "rest of your life" thing. If it helps, one thing I've learned is that it's never really "the rest of your life." There are always opportunities to do new and different things later. So you don't have to feel like you're making some sort of huge, final decision that will necessarily close off everything else. (Of course telling yourself that is one thing; feeling it is another!) Most of the people I know have changed whole careers at least once by the time they're 30, and it's becoming more and more common these days for people to change careers several times during their lives.

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