sugarbaby125 wrote: »
I am doing lots of reading at the moment. I am very thankful for the proliferation of Poundland shops in London as that is where I purchase all of my books. I like owning over an hundred books at any given time, as it shows my adult children, my grandchildren and other family that learning is not something that should stop once we have finished formal education.
Wednesday2000 wrote: »
I had to read the novel at sixth form, I remember it being very depressing so I haven't watched the show!:D
lessonlearned wrote: »
I have just slathered my foot in tiger balm, and taken some paracetamol. Struggling to weight bear so that's todays plans cancelled. Won't be able to drive either,
So I'll just rest on the sofa and hope it sorts itself out. Don't think anything is broken but there are so many tiny bones in the feet it's hard to tell.
Recently my chiropodist asked me what I'd done to my little toe. I said I didn't know. She told me it was broken in two places. It did hurt but I had just put it down to arthritis but thinking about it I remembered I had stubbed it on a coffee table leg. No wonder it hurt.
I was going to go to a pub quizz tonight but I'll give it a miss because driving will be a problem.
Never mind, I've got plenty to keep me amused.
maman wrote: »
The Handmaids Tale really doesn't appeal to me either. I don't favour sad tales at all.
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