Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Thanks to all the Weekly Geeks!

Thanks to all these Weekly Geeks who participated in the First Lines challenge.  I got a lot of my answers from visiting their sites, which are listed below.  Between the 13 of us, we are a fairly well-read bunch, if I do say so myself!  It seems there are still a few books out there that none of us have run across.  As of this writing, I am still missing 32 titles!  Click here to see if you know any of them.

I know a lot of people tried to stop by earlier, and my link was not working, so thanks for trying, and I'm SO SORRY! 

Here is a list of all the people from whom I mooched information.  I appreciate all their help, and I look forward to checking out these sites in more detail sometime in the near future.  I hope I didn't forget anybody, but if I did, please let me know.   

Rachel (Not Another Mom)
raidergirl3 (an adventure in reading
Susan L (Just Books)
melydia (It Never Stops)
Jessi (casual dread)
Joanne (Book Zombie)
belleofthebooks (Belle of the Books)

And, last but not least, a big thanks to Dewey for hosting these Weekly Geeks events.  Please stop by and visit her blog sometime.  

1 comment:

Heather J. said...

Ok, this is not in any way related to your post, but since I don't have your email, I had to reply to your comment from my blog here ...

Yes, my Grandpa is 90 yrs old, and although his health is good for his age, it's definitely not great. He and my Gram (who is 84) do fly to Maryland (where we live) every summer, but they stay for 6 weeks. A short trip is too difficult for them.

My mom, sister (and her 2 kids - age 2 and age 3 months) are going with me to New Jersey. So far, the plan is to drive up together tomorrow morning, then I will take the train home tomorrow evening, and they'll drive back the next day. We'll see how it goes.

Thanks for your comment - it's much appreciated.

- Heather

PS. Although my computer is down today, I did have a chance to borrow my boss's office so I actually AM getting a bit of work done today.