Saturday, May 23, 2015

Books Read in the Past Week

Books read for the first time are marked with  a #

Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read.

Sunday book(s)

"A Family on Wheels:
Further Adventures of the
Trapp Family Singers" #
by Maria Augusta von Trapp

"St. Francis of Assisi"
by G. K. Chesterton

"Lord Bountiful" #
by Fr. Francis J. Finn, S.J.
[children's fiction]

Weekday Books
{carried over from last week}
"A Bright Star Falls"
(Kindle edition)
{carried over from last week}
by Lenora Mattingly Weber
[YA fiction]

"A Pageant of Hats
Ancient and Modern"
by Ruth Edwards Kilgour
{carried over from last week}

"Betsy and Tacy Go Over the Big Hill"
by Maud Hart Lovelace
[children's fiction]
(in "The Betsy-Tacy Treasury, Kindle Edition)

"Bright Morning" #
by Charlie May Simon
[children's fiction]

"Herbert Again"
"More Fun With Herbert"
"Herbert's Homework"by Hazel Wilson
[children's fiction]

"The Five Chinese Brothers"
by Claire Huchet Bishop
and Kurt Weise
[picture book]
( loan)
I hadn't read this in years. 

by Eleanor H. Porter
{carrying over into next week}

A Book for Weekdays AND Sundays
"The Imitation of Christ"
by Thomas A Kempis
[Kindle book]

TEDPASC: A Very Exclusive Club

I was feeling a bit silly today, and so I've done something rather whimsical.
Readers of this blog know that I am a rather "clubbish" person, since I blog about clubs from time to time.
Well, I've just formed a new and exclusive club. It is a combination reading and card club, consisting of just three members.  I am the president. The vice-president is me, with myself as secretary.
The name of this very exclusive club is The Emily Dickinson Poetry and Solitaire Club, or TEDPASC.   
The club will meet when the mood strikes the members.  Meetings shall be structured as follows:
1: The reading of three poems by Emily Dickinson.
2: A short break for refreshments.
3: The playing of solitaire.
The game selected for that meeting shall be played either on the computer, or on the TV, with the members taking turns playing.
 The first player shall be me, followed by myself. I will play last. The secretary will record the poems read at each meeting, either by title, or, if untitled, by first line. She will also record which game was played, and what each player scored.
The club colors are purple and blue.

The club flower is the blue heather.