Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Funny!!!


I started reading this one Sunday afternoon while sitting outside.......
Couldn't put it down.....
Finished it last night. It was a no sleep night so I gladly got up and read. I'm beginning to think I couldn't sleep because I wanted to read. It's one of those laugh out loud books. You've probably all read it but if you haven't, put it on your summer list!
What are you reading? I love your suggestions!
Nanny

13 comments:

Alison said...

Will do! I'm taking up reading books this summer instead of my usual magazines.

Happy Daily said...

That is one of my favorite books! I just finished reading the Sweet Life by Mia King, and loved it!

tootie said...

I read this and really enjoyed it! I could easily see it being made into a funny movie.

nanny said...

Alison, you will love it!
Going to amazon to get Sweet Life, thanks for the tip!
Tootie, who do you see playing in the movie? I thought about it all morning.

Deb said...

I will have to check it out...seems like I never have time to sit and read...maybe I spend too much time blogging...nah...that couldn't be it...

It's Just Dottie said...

Have you ever read any of Susan Wittig Albert mysteries ? They are so much fun to read. I just finished reading Indigo Dying. All of her mysteries have the name of a herb in the title.
Dottie

grammy said...

I am reading Home Safe by Elisabeth Berg
It is a re-read for me
that book sounds good if it made you laugh and want to get up and read more (o:
I am looking at garage sales for Little House books. I have never read them ( of course I have watched the TV show) thought my 8 year old Granddaughter would like them so we will both read them.

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

LOL! While you were reading a book good for a laugh, I started Brad Thor's Apostle (thriller) on Sunday evening and finished it last night. LOL... amazing how much I can read when I am not reading blogs. LOL! I am going to have to put this one on my list. =)

Betsy said...

I want my life to slow down so I can read! ha.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Nanny, I've heard of that book--but haven't read it. Looks like I'm going to have to get a copy!!!! Thanks!
Hugs,
Betsy

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I love Sophie!

Read the latest in the "Blossom Street" series. It was a dud. I could put it down for days.

Got a tip on another book. I'll let you know.

Cheryl said...

I just wanted to stop by to thank you for leaving such a sweet supportive comment on my post today.

Maybe I'll hitch my wagon to this book too. I could use a good laugh!

cindy said...

Nanny-
I've just finished "creeker" . this was a bio on what one woman experienced growing up in eastern Kentucky,