Posted by: tuulenhaiven | January 1, 2010

January 1st, 2010

Boy and Dog

I was going to make some new years resolutions today, but instead I watched A Nightmare Before Christmas and A Boy and His Dog (the picture above is of the adorable Don Johnson and his incredibly scruffy, but telepathic pal). I also started reading The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, and perused the first piece in one of my new literary loves, Slightly Foxed, (The Real Reader’s Quarterly).

Now I’m going to go for a quick walk around my snowy town, and then head to work at Reel Pizza Cinerama. And that pretty much sums up the resolutions I have for 2010: ever more reading, more movies, more walking, and more fun at work – and better blogging about it all! 🙂

(Many thanks to Pia at Book Travellers Inc. for bringing the bizarrely awesome A Boy and His Dog to my attention, and to Desperate Reader for giving the shout out to Slightly Foxed that I was fortunate enough to hear! 🙂 )


Responses

  1. Those are some of my resolutions too: more reading, more blogging, and more walking/running (we just got a new treadmill so I can’t use the snow and cold as an excuse anymore).

  2. EL Fay – I WANT a treadmill so that I can’t use the snow and cold as an excuse…! Best wishes – I feel that these resolutions are well within our reach. 🙂

  3. Hope you have a great year ahead of you, Sarah! And please say hi to my role model/spiritual mentor Count Fosco once you get further into Wilkie’s wacky The Woman in White!!

  4. I think I’m in love with Slightly Foxed. Thanks for the intro.

  5. Richard – Will do! I am very much enjoying it so far. 🙂

    softdrink – Yay, I’m so glad!


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