As you learned yesterday, I'm never without a place to write down tasks:
It's quite handy.
What? This is comedy.
One of the things I recently jotted down was a wishlist of books since ten of my faves would be movin' on up to someone else's home. (More on that in a second.)
Here are a couple of great resources I used to compile that list:
Caitlin from commonreaders runs a crazy great blog full of bibliotic things. We are both Emory alumni (she's not snooty Emory like "some" people) and we both like to make lists. She's the reason I'm waiting for this book to arrive:
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. I'm confident it will make the Rabbit Recommends cut.
commonreaders led me to this fabulous place as well:
Q: Wasn't Oprah great in The Color Purple? A: She was.
And no one can deny Ms. Winfrey has done A LOT for the life of reading in our country. On her website, she's posted a list of "25 Books You Can't Put Down." I've ordered the following:
Columbine by Dave Cullen. Read the first chapter.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith. Read the first chapter. See some psycho illustrations.
Now for the winner of my lil' blogiversary contest, 10 of my favorite books will now be at home with...
What? This is a coincidence.
But some of you might consider a name change since the stars seem to shine on the Bionic women of the world.