NaNoWriMo 2014. 43 words, one period.
Another library book sale. The selection was a bit better and I found six books and five cds.
Books four and five of Dean Koontz Frankenstein series. (I now own the whole series and I still haven't read book one yet.)
Wolf Hall, by Hilary Mantel
Last to Die, Tess Gerritsen
The Green Mile, by Stephen King (It seemed easier, and cheaper, than tracking down the last couple of parts separately.)
Agnes Grey, by Anne Bronte (I now own one book by all three Bronte sisters.)
CDs (All minus case and booklet):
Two AC/DC cds
The Very Best of Rainbow
The Pulp Fiction soundtrack
St. Elsewhere by Gnarls Barkley
This morning 8:30ish, a guy in a bright orange shirt shows up and says he's from the water company. Doesn't say anything else, but responds in the affirmative when I ask if he's there to read the meter. Turns out he's not there to read the meter, but to do something to the meter. When I ask if this would involve turning off the water, he says yes and asks if thats a problem. Yeah, at 8:30 am, with no notice, thats likely to be a problem. Also have to ask about three times how long the thing he needs to do will take, so I can figure out when a good time for someone to come back will be.
About half an hour later, a guy in a bright orange shirt shows up to read the gas meter. Thankfully uneventful.
So, around lunch time, since its a nice day, I head to a nearby park to eat and do some reading. I'm not there long when a landscaping crew shows up, all wearing bright orange shirts. They were nice, and assured me I didn't have to leave, but between grass pollen and loud equipment, I was out of there.
Heres hoping that's it for the day.
There is such a thing as too many vampire books.
After 24 in a row, my brain decided it really wanted to read something else. Thankfully, I have some humerous fantasy I've been itching to get to.