These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things

About once a month or so, I’m going to use this post to share what I’m loving right now. It’s not really about me, it’s about the things I’m loving. And I would love to know what you’re loving. (And now I have McDonald’s ba da ba da da I’m lovin it, stuck in my head)

Books

I just started reading The Devil In The Shape of a Woman and so far, I’m into it. I’m a big fan of non-fiction and ever since I starred (had an itsy-bitsy tiny part in) The Crucible in High School, I’ve been interested in this topic.

BUT I just finished Miss Peregrine’s School For Peculiar Children and IT WAS SPECTACULAR. I am having a very difficult time in waiting for the second book to come out in January because I need to know what happens NOW. And by now, I mean yesterday.

Music

There are two things I can’t get enough of right now. Muddy Waters and Shinyribs.

10 thoughts on “These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things

  1. I have a catagory I call Friday Favorites http://alivecoalinthesea.wordpress.com/category/friday-favorites/
    in which I blog my favorite things–so fun to see your list!

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  2. Thank you thank you thank you. I’ve never heard of “The debul in the shape of a woman” that’s right up my alley…I was a little obsessed with the witch trials as a child. Purchasing immediately.

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  3. ” “My two favorite things in life are libraries and bicycles. They both move people forward without wasting anything.” -Peter Golkin

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  4. I loved Miss Peregrine’s. It was an amazing book, and the creepy pictures just added to the attraction. I can’t wait to read the next one.

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  5. Right now I’m loving knitting. I just can’t get enough of it. I’ve recently knitted two teddy bears (for no one in particular… just because I could!) and I’m currently working on a lace cowl. If I could knit 24 hours a day, I would. But work demands a few hours of my time, as does caring for my animals and cooking for my family. My husband has to ‘gently’ remind me that I also need to sleep. Then I find myself dreaming of my next knitted creation. And so it goes.

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  6. Looove Muddy Waters, and now I love Shinyribs too! Thanks for spreading the love :-)

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  7. Miss Peregrine’s School for Peculiar Children is SO fantastic. I always worry nobody else has read it–glad to see someone else appreciating it!

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  8. Love your music selections. If you like Muddy Waters, try Ruthie Foster she is spectacular.

    I am reading “The End of Your Life Book Club” right now, it is engrossing.

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