Friday, May 21, 2010

Summer Reading List

I cannot wait for the pool to open. It was warm out today and since it was Friday I wore khaki shorts into the office. I could not get over how pale and white my legs are. I was sitting in a meeting and felt myself lose focus of the topic at hand because my legs were blinding me with brightness. 

Isn't it interesting how much our culture loves a gorgeous, glowing, sun tan? I try not to care about a sun tan but I can't lie any longer. I give a rats. I want a tan. 

So, since the pool does not open until May 29th, I will just prepare for such a glorious day by picking out my summer reading list and ordering the books from the library. (*great way to save money!) By the time next weekend rolls around, my books should be ready to pick-up! WoOt! 

candice bushnell

What is on your reading list this summer? Please share! 
Luv & smiles,
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7 thoughts:

kate funk said...

Summer at Tiffany is soo adorable, you will love it! I heard the Carrie Bradshaw one was a little childish, but I would still read it!

WendyB said...

I read the Carrie Diaries earlier this was okayish. I read that it was for teenagers and then...NO! Adults will like it too! I went with the latter idea and it didn't really do it for me.

hiyaluv said...

thanks ladies. sounds like the carrie diaries will be taking an exit from the reading list. any ideas for a replacement?

Josie said...

I love a good bit of chick lit -- anything by Sophie Kinsella is a must! And I desperately need a tan as well; mine will be courtesy of Jergens!
xxoo Josie

Ashley said...

Ah hahah my legs look just like that! Blindingly white! I feel your pain :) And also, I really want to read The Carrie Diaries too, even if it is supposed to be for kids!


Le Sigh of a Fashionista said...

The first two are on my list too!!

Monick said...

Just finished George Orwell's 1984 and started Kim Philby's My Silent War yesterday. Phillip Knightley's Triplex will be next. Others that may follow: Kingdom Keepers, The Craft of Intellegence, and Creating Magic. My friend just sent me a UK printed Harry Potter book and I may re-read that as I left my copy of the Philosopher's Stone somewhere across the pond.

Funny I never really thought of having a summer reading list, but there you go. Every other winter or so I like to re-read Little Women. I never re-read it in the summer, it is always a winter read.

Do we get to count books we are re-reading as part of the list? If not, I gues don't count My Silent War as I've already read that. :)

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