Did yuh's miss me?
Okay, I know I updated my blog here and there.. but not enough - and it's nice to be missed, right?
I'm happy to say from tomorrow on, I should be back into grove with my blog. So no worries, my annoying habits will be back on as soon as possible. ;)
I'm currently sitting at the airport waiting for my last flight of the day and this one is only 45 minutes long, then home I'll be! My cat Cova has been lonely without me, no matter how many people are around. I cannot wait to see him and the rest of my family and friends.. sheesh I was gone 12 days, you'd think I was gone a year. To my cat, I was no doubt, so he'll be resting with me tonight. ;)
I had a wonderful trip, visited family, met new people, danced and shopped... a bunch. It was so long since I seen everyone so I tried to get all my visits in. Although the trip was fun, It's good to be - almost- home.
Back to the sing of things, I suppose...;P
Anyways, on to books. I'm currently reading "This Side of The Grave" by the amazing Jeaniene Frost and of course I'm LOVING it. How could I not... *coughs* Bones *coughs* It's soo good to read along with Cat and Bones again, and I'm looking forward to this adventure.
While I was away I read a few amazing books, the one I'll rant about is "Shadowfever" by Karen Marie Moning. Okay, so I've been waiting way over a year for this book, and I can honestly say it was worth the wait.
So many questions, finally answered and jam packed with adventure, I hope I can get all my thoughts into a normal sized review. I don't want to end up with one the size of this book.
I. Love. Barrons. I'll try to have my review of it done by tomorrow, so I can post it tomorrow evening.
Quote of the day: “I’d have been dead a long time ago if not for my friends, one of whom had just jumped off the cliff after me.
I’d have been a lot more appreciative if he hadn’t pushed me first." Cassandra Palmer ― Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance