Saturday, June 21, 2008

More bored blogging.

Cathi's still is not home, and I have watched just about enough of "I Love the 80's" on VH1.  I thought I would write a few more thoughts (not about donkeys) for those of you who might be even more bored than I am.

1.  Thank you for your concern about my running.  Unfortunately, my knee is so sore, I still have to limp across the room.  I am not sure what I did to it, but walking is a chore and until gets better, running is out of the question.  So even with a brace, I am afraid that it just is not happening. I am going to give it a week and if it is not better I will probably go to the doctor.  

2. Have you ever blog surfed?  By this, I mean visit someone's blog, then visit one of their friend's blogs and so on and so on.  Well, while doing this, I have noticed that I can not get out of this cheesy tapestry of Mormon Mom blogs.  They all have different backgrounds, but are almost all the same.  It is like looking through a stack of Relief Society scrapbooks.  I am not knocking these blogs, but it is a little sad that of all the blogger "friends" I see on these women's blogs, I have not once run into a friend that is not LDS.  A little sad.

3. I am thinking about starting to read.  I mean, I read a lot now, but I think that I will start reading more books for ADULTS.  The only problem is that I do not like mysteries and I generally HATE books that depress me. When I go to the library, it seems that the shelves are lined with mysteries and depression.  Nevertheless, look for a new "Cheeseboy Book Club" added to this site.  Given that I am getting approximately 40 readers a day, it is only a matter of time until it rivals Oprah's Book Club.  What can you expect from my book club?  Recommendations of good books that are not mysteries or depressing.

Wait, Cathi is home...YES!


Tammy said...

I think the non-mormon moms aren't blogging. They are using MySpace! At least I know the ONE person I know who is NOT a mormon mom uses it.

As for books you can start with "The Hiding Place". Then if you hate it I'll know not to read any books you suggest because we won't like the same things :).

I hope Cathi survived!

Tammy said...

What makes a blog not a Mormon Mom blog anyway? Because you can count me as a not-mormon-mom, especially since I don't have a church website listed in my links :).