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My daughter brought that one home...I read it with one eye closed...and shoulders hunched...Dang this habit of sharing what the kids read...started in childhood to "vet" what they were reading (you know, the old "let's discuss") and now I find myself reading some books that I'd never thought that I'd pick up! LOL
Can't read the True stories. Way too scary. I prefer to be scared in the safe comfort of my chair! I'm a weenie!
Serial killers are ok escapism too...depending on the mood. btw: In that vein, have you ever read John Douglas' books? Real serial killers...hard to read about and understand people like that...
Hmmmmmm - now if I can just finish this book about a serial killer.......LOL
Oh, my dear girl, you must go back to your childhood and read the books! Pretend that you are a young girl when you read them and just overlook allegory, if it's not to your taste. Forget movies...imagination soars in books of this type. Same with the Shire and Rivendell ...Bree and Hwin appear in The Horse and His Boy....
I know naught of Narnia. It is in books and movies and there is something about a lion, a witch and a wardrobe. That is my totality of knowledge. I have nothing against it. I just don't know it like Hobbiton. But, somebody, I won't say who, appears to really love Narnia........ :D)))
Ok, so what DO you have against Narnia???
Love your boards. So much fun to do.
Michelle, you are so strange, i just "gotta" laugh! And it's NOT Narnia.
Not enjoying this at all...nope, not me....nope, not all all...DUCK!!! I just heard thunder and I think that lightening isn't far behind.... LOL ;-D
Have fun, Francine!!
Wow! Bookmarking for tonight. Thanks Jan.
Thanks so much, Gail! They are fun to make, too! I am so glad you like them.
I love your silhouette puzzles, Jan. And these horses are spectacular!
Thanks so much, Ardy! Variety is the spice of life!
Definitely easier than the all black background. Great set today. Thanks, Jan.