Posts Tagged ‘book club’

The Good Wife


I just finished Stewart O’Nan’s novel, The Good Wife, which we are discussing for March’s book club.  I haven’t read any of Stewart O’Nan’s novels, but he’s quite prolific, and very well regarded. The Good Wife begins with a crime.  Tommy Dickerson and his friend Gary commit an arson and a murder — though we […]

I just finished Jenna Blum’s novel, Those Who Save Us.  The book is two stories in one, telling the story of a mother, Anna and her daughter, Trudy.  The stories intersect, and we learn about Anna’s experiences as a German civilian in the town of Weimar in World War II, while in the other story, […]

I am nursing a pretty gross cold, and so I stayed home from work today.  As much as it sucks to be ACTUALLY sick on a sick day, I did get a chance to finish my book, Beautiful Boy:  A Father’s Journey Through His Son’s Addiction by David Sheff.  We decided to read this for […]

Something bad happened to our stupid stereo on Wednesday, and involved me on the floor, pulling out plugs, asking Phil if he noticed any changes to the picture or sound.  Because Marc was with his band, listening to the first mix of their new CD (New Horizons), he wasn’t available to fix it.  Hence…I was […]

Ahhhh, Saturday!  It’s early on a Saturday morning.  Marc’s still in bed and I have a chance to think about the end of this week. As I mentioned, it’s been really busy.  We finished out our group at Orchard Gardens.  We covered Media Literacy on Wednesday, Healthy Relationships on Thursday and on Friday we played […]