Blubber, by Judy Blume
Splinter of the Mind's Eye by Alan Dean Foster (how many big words can one author use in a text for kids?) Geeky me was obsessed with this book when I was fifteen years old.
Johnny Tremain (could you guess I have a middle school kid?)
The Odyssey (I can relate to the idea of 20 years to get back home. I still haven't made it back.)
The Killing (Holder)
Call the Midwife (Chummy!)
Downton Abbey (my husband thinks Lady Mary is... not nice. I feel more like Matthew did. I love her.)
My Name is Earl (Quite similar to Downton Abbey. Yes, that's a joke. A new appreciation for it the second time around on Netflix)
Waiting for Vera Farmiga in Bates Motel
Science (basic principles of science and physics so far)
Linked In (so, so, so much Linked In!)
Pennsylvania Department of Education (how many hoops can I jump through?)
The Wii: Just Dance; Zumba Fitness (love it)
Not so many animals now.
Humility, karma, prayer (by writing), lack of caffeine, caffeine, a slightly elevated sense of anxiety. Writing at 1:51AM.
Contact lenses; Into the Woods; teaching; directing, and the desire for escape.
Pleas for help from the spirit world. Mom, Dad? Help me out here.
Caged animals who deserve freedom.
Cuts on feet.
Black belts who are tired of karate.
Dancers who can't do the mashed potato.
Dreading Ponycon 2015
Wilson Language Training
Barry Schwarz and Our Loss of Wisdom
Selma and the deep, twisted sickness of many human beings.
Orthodontists who make too much money.
"Does my head look like a chili bowl?" --Louis Sachar