Saturday, April 14, 2012

It's Friday Night

Happy Friday night, ya'll!

I am enjoying my evening with a cherry coke zero.  Biz and I decided to stop drinking soda during the week...Friday night is technically the weekend, right?  ;]

I am also amazed at how many nail polishes it takes to get a nice manicure that will last for more than a day or two.  Base coat, color, glitter (ohhhh fun!), and top coat.  I'm sure I'll be showing this manicure off when I have better lighting for pictures.  Three of these polishes are by Sally Hansen; one is by Wet & Wild and I'm pretty sure it will chip in an hour or so.  Oh, cheap nail polish...why are you so tempting with your fun colors?

I may or may not be wishing the Easter bunny left me more Reese's eggs.  Because I may have eaten my last one today.
On a related note, anyone want to share their Reese's eggs with me?  ;]

But I am excited because I have five new library books on my kindle to start reading.  I'm on a million hold lists, and, of course, they all became available at the same time.  I foresee a ton of reading in my future, but I'm not complaining!
P.S.- In case you are curious, the books are The Rescue by Nicholas Sparks, Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer, Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen, The Sea of Monsters (Book 2 in the Percy Jackson series) by Rick Riordan, and Avalon High by Meg Cabot.  I'm not sure if I'm going to read Water for Elephants.  I'm not to interested in it right now.  Any opinions about that book?

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  1. Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer-Love it!
    The Sea of Monsters-Fun read!
    Avalon High by Meg Cabot-I love Meg Cabot books that are not the Princess Diaries! DO NOT watch the movie. Even I said it was bad.
    Miss you!

  2. water for elephants is good in a way. i mean, the story is really good but some parts are pretty graphic and cruel. i liked it when i finished but it was hard getting there. it's hard to describe. :/

  3. Absolutly loved Water for Elephants. I read it last year, and then watched the movie.. like I always do.. and it followed it well, but of course.. the book it always better. I am currently reading "Still Alice".