Monday, October 16, 2006

Nothing Interesing...

So, how was everyones weekend? Mine was good :) J and I went to Tulsa on Saturday (and yes I forgot to take the damn camera, GRRR). He had to go to some car shops and stuff, not my ideal of fun, lol, but I tagged along anyways. We ate at the Olive Garden, my FAVORITE place to eat. I had the Garlic Herb Chicken and Broccoli with garlic cheese sauce = YUMMIEE!!!

Then we went to bartlesville (Rebecca B-vill Wally World is Bartlesville Wal-Mart, it's a town sout of where I live about 45 minutes away) and went to Big Lots, and came out with nuffin, lol. Then we went to kmart, and all I bought was some chap stick for my oh so chapped lips, gawd they hurt like hell. They don't hurt as much as they did friday and saturday. I blamed it on J, said he kissed me to much, lol. He said "Uh, Whatevah!" hehehe.

We have talked a lot about what went went sour that last month that we were together the first time. I said well I went pyscho, and he said well I didn't help the situation, eyup (hehe rach that's for you!) but it wasn't all of it. We both have found out that we moved to fast, way to fast, I think if we had maybe pushed the wedding back 3 or 4 months we would of been married now. But, course I acted on a whim, and flew off the handle, like I always do. But we are both in agreeance (is that a word?) that we are going to make this work, and try hard this time. I told him that we will never forget what happened but we need to figure out why and how to stop it from happening again, and move on from it, he agreed with me. Good, at least we agree on SOMETHING, lol.

If I were one to kiss and tell I would tell you a WHOLE lot more, but I'm not that open on this blog to everyone to know the inner most of me! LOL. So we'll just leave what I've said above as it.

I finished my book The Switch, yes, this book I actually started back in in like June but I couldn't get into it, which has happened before with one of Sandra Browns books, but then I picked it back up a week ago yesterday, and it was an 800 page book, and I'm glad I read it, it was OOOOHHHH SSSOOOO good, if you like Romance Thrillers, Sandra Brown is the one that you need to read. But you have to be careful she also rights full out romance novels, and THEY ARE GRAPHIC, so I would say stick with the Romance Thrillers from her, they have graphic scenes in them, but not as many, it's more like are these 2 characters EVA gonna get together!!! LOL.

here's her link to her website,
  • Sandra Brown
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    And here is the description of the book The Switch (All i did was copy it from her site, so if I gave to much info don't blame me blame her website, lol).

    Identical twins fascinate us. Whenever you see identical twins, don’t you stop and gawk, just a little? They’re arresting. Even with the recent increase in multiple births where there’s a strong family resemblance among the babies, two people who are virtually indistinguishable capture our attention.

    Not too long ago, I attended a wedding. At the reception I was seated with a woman, who was an identical twin, and her nephew, who was also an identical twin. This family had three sets of identical twins within two generations!

    Being my nosy self, I barraged them with questions, questions I’m certain they’d been asked a thousand times. But they were good-natured and told me stories about mistaken identity, childhood pranks, and the strange telepathy
    between twins.

    For instance, the woman said she and her twin — on more than one occasion– had arrived somewhere wearing matching dresses, without either of them knowing that the other owned that particular dress. Unintentionally,
    they’d even bought identical sofas. The young man said that he and his brother constantly complete one another’s sentences and can practically read each other’s mind.

    Can you see why this conversation fanned my imagination?

    In THE SWITCH the twins are Gillian and Melina Lloyd, who are identical, almost interchangeable. Both are successful businesswomen. Both are single.

    But in one regard there is a dissimilarity:
    They share the same impulses, but Melina acted on them. She plunged headfirst off the high diving board. Gillian would stand with her toes curled over the end of it until dared to dive in.

    Another difference between them is that Gillian wants a child. Feeling her biological clock ticking, she opts to undergo artificial insemination using donor sperm. The story opens on the day she is inseminated.

    The male protagonist is Christopher “Chief” Hart. He is the first Native American astronaut, NASA’s poster boy, a national figure. In Dallas to collect an award, Chief’s media escort is Melina Lloyd. Or is it?

    Chief’s life first collides, then becomes intertwined with that of the twins. A seemingly harmless prank results in disaster. And what appears at first to be an open-and-shut murder investigation, ultimately leads to a compound in the mountains of New Mexico where a madman is engineering his “new world order.” If he’s only partially successful, the consequences would be catastrophic and global in scope.

    The subject matter is as contemporary as today’s headlines. The love story is . . . Well, if you’re a repeat reader, you know how I feel about falling in love.

    Okay, you’re right. The title gives away the plot . . . but only a part of it.

    6 of you stopped by and said:

    At 1:38 PM, Blogger MissSexyAnnie1 said...

    Hey there! Thanks for stopping by!! Oh goodie my first blogger friend!!

    I see you like Sandra Brown books too, she's so awesome! I have almos every single books he wrote, HUGE, fan over here!!!

    Thanks again for stopping by!!!

     
    At 1:40 PM, Blogger MissSexyAnnie1 said...

    I seem to have misspelt some of my words there, OOPS....Oh well I think you know what I meant, if not, I'm sorry!

     
    At 3:19 PM, Anonymous Diana said...

    here's another book you might like susie The Hancock boys by thomas william simpson. It is also about identical twins but these are guys. It's a murder mistery also and I do believe there is some romance spots in there.

     
    At 4:17 PM, Blogger brian said...

    Hi again,

    Thanks for all the kiss and tell. Olive Garden and Walmart!!! That's what we did on Sunday. Not open? On this here blog???

    Well shoot!

     
    At 7:56 PM, Blogger Rebecca said...

    Glad you got some Tender loving care this weekend. (get some for me please)...It sounds like ya'll are advancing in your relationship, even if it seems like it is taking longer. One step at a time and one week at a time.

    Sounds like looking around with each other went well.... =)

    Hope you continue to enjoy the book.

    We both made it through Monday!
    Amen

     
    At 7:35 AM, Blogger FelineFrisky said...

    It's really great that you & J are communicating so freely. It's the true connection factor. Even if you're pissed off - TALK. It works so very well. I'm not much on reading. Blogging is about the most I can handle. My concentration is bad. Thanks for the briefing, though. D :}

     

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