Friday, November 21, 2008

Too many distractions

First, the other moms at Little Miss's ballet class insisted that I read Twilight. I was highly skeptical -- and then couldn't put it down.

In the meantime, I was cajoled to join Facebook and have been spending way too much time playing with it.

And then we woke up to see snow:



Meanwhile, the "to-do" list grows ever longer...

7 comments:

KPiep said...

I had a conversation last night with my P.E.O. sisters about how we were all slightly embarrassed to have enjoyed Twilight as much as we did. It's not high literature, but it sure is entertaining.

Diane said...

Like you, I've been disinterested/skeptical of these books, though my 13 y.o. son read all four. And now, you can count yourself amongst the Twilight Moms: http://twilightmoms.com/

puffthemagicrabbit said...

Pretty snow! Just looked out the window and there are flurries here.

I've had that book on my radar for a bit- I'm a sucker for escapism reading- sometimes life is just too serious.

Bridget said...

I will admit to having no interest in reading Twilight. But everyone I know who has read it, got hooked right away!

It was so fun to see some snow this morning - though it wasn't really that much. But better than nothing ...

deirdre said...

I, too, fell under the spell of Twilight, devoured the first three books, and have had no interest in reading the fourth - none. I found the first three entertaining, kind of fluff reading, but I'm not sure why I have no interest in finishing it up. If you do, you have to let us (me) know how it ends...

rogue1 said...

I liked the first and second book, the third was okay, but I found the last book predictable and stilted.
Plus I wanted Bella to go for Jacob.
All three of my girls went to a midnight show last night--to make fun of the movie. Wonder where they get those kind of ideas?

Kathleen said...

I'm still avoiding Twilight but have become a fan of Facebook. Can't believe there's snow!