As I posted last night, the R.I.P. Challenge is in full swing! I have been checking out the comments on Stainless Steel Droppings and there are a lot of people signed up to participate, so I think it will be really fun. For those of you that do not read Stainless Steel Droppings, or are not participating in the challenge, you should still check out the Review Blog that Carl has set up for the challenge so yo can get some good recommendations. I am already seeing a lot of interesting books as proposed readings, and I am impressed that one of 'my' ideas is being used by many bloggers. I normally make a long list of what I want to read and then pick a few from it, Carl has adopted and I see "Peril Pools" showing up all over the blogsphere. I am glad to see I am not the only person in the world that cannot follow a set list.
Today is an interesting week. My friend is getting married, the one that just had the baby actually, and this is turning out to be wedding week. Wednesday night they are having their bachelor and bachorette party together, then on Thursday is the wedding shower which is also open to guys and girls, completing with the wedding on Saturday. I have to say, she is 21, I could not imagine having a baby and getting married when I was 21. It might work for her, of course, but I don't think it would work for me. She keeps asking me when I am going to get married, and actually my mothers brother who has never married asked me the same question. It was a bit weird, I have to say. Anyways, I am bringing my camera so I should have wedding pics. They are getting married on the beach, which is where I have always said I would get married if I decide to. I also get to meet Baby Jasmine. I don't do babies very well, I am always awkward around them and baby talk, but I do want to meet her.
Anyways, some reviews are up on Twisted Kingdom. One I posted yesterday and one I posted today. They are both Star Trek, but I am reading other stuff, so I will have un-Trekkie reviews soon. Anyways, head over to Twisted Kingdom to see them.