On to "Three Cups"

Monday, January 26, 2009
I have a lot to think about now that I'm home from book-club. Tonight was one of those nights where I didn't necessarily have much to contribute, but the discussion has helped me see the book in a whole new way. For January, we read "The All of It" by Jeannette Haien, a novella that could probably be read in an evening. Now that our discussion is finished, I can't wait to start February's selection, "Three Cups of Tea," a non-fiction book by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin. But I think I'll wait until tomorrow (I know, I know, already procrastinating), because right now, I have a slight headache from too much red wine this evening, so I'm going to start "John Adams" with Landon, a mini-series that chronicles the life of John Adams, and won several Golden Globes if I remember right. Looking forward to a little rest before I learn to sprout grains tomorrow.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

you inspired me! back to blogging.

mindy

Aviva said...

Three Cups is an incredibly good book. I learned a lot from it, although considering the number of schools for girls that are getting burnt down in Afghanistan these days, it's kind of depressing that all his work might be for naught.

Claudia said...

Karli! Did "Three Cups of Tea" make you think of your Mom at all?!!

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