Life According to Literature Tag Meme
First off I’d like to thank the weather gods for sending us rain overnight. It’s not all we need but it sure sounded lovely on the roof this morning. I hear it’s raining over the fires as well but that’s a mixed bag. Lightning can start more fires, but cooler conditions and rain can help extinguish the fires that are still going.
It’s been a silly old day today. I took Ollie for a walk today and of course he got into the burrs. Burrs and a rough coated Jack Russell are not at all compatible. Especially when one has very short legs and the burrs get on the puppy tummy as well. Trying to comb anything out of a five month old puppy is a challenge but we finally got through it.
Then I thought, “Now what can I do to entertain myself when Claire’s meme came through from her blog. Several of my blogger friends have participated in this little exercise so I thought I’d have a go. However, one is supposed to use the names of books read in 2019. I didn’t keep track of what I read in 2019. As I am focusing this year on the books currently unread on my shelves I decided to use those TBR books instead. So here goes. I revised the rules for my page.
THE RULES: Using only books you have not read on your shelves, answer these questions. Try not to repeat a book title. Let me know below, if you’ve joined in too
How do you feel? Happy Returns by CS Forester
Describe where you currently live: In Tasmania by Nicholas Shakespeare
If you could go anywhere, where would you go: Outback and Beyond by Cynthia Nolan
Your favourite form of transportation: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Rob Pirsig
Your best friend is: The Literary Dog by William E. Maloney
You and your friends are: Lost in a Good Book by Jasper Fforde
What’s the weather like: Rain-Four Walks in English Weather by Melissa Harrison
You fear: The Snow Leopard by Peter Matthiessen
What is the best advice you have to give? Get an: Accommodating Spouse by Elizabeth Jolley
Thought for the day: Browse The World in Bookshops by Henry Hitchings
How would I like to die? Central Mischief by Elizabeth Jolley
My soul’s present condition: Autumnal Tints by Henry David Thoreau
So there we have it… Until next time.