Feature and Follow Friday question:
Summer Reading. What was your favorite book that you were REQUIRED to read when you were in school?
I have three: Jane Eyre, Return of the Native, and Animal Farm (I still quote Animal Farm in everyday life). I love them still. However, I still don’t care for Wuthering Heights. What about you? Any required reading that stuck with you?
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Jane Eyre is fantastic. I read it twice in a row and couldn’t get enough of it 🙂
Only Animal Farm of those was required reading for me (and I did love it).
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I like your hiking pictures! I posted some on my blog from Yellowstone and Glacier recently.
I’ve always wanted to go to Glacier, we spent a week in Yellowstone in 2010 – it was great!
Hopping through. What adorable kids! I wish I hiked, but I’m afraid of heights.
Thanks for stopping by! I’ve always wondered if a fear of heights would affect hiking (I didn’t know if it was just being up high or feet leaving the ground).
i really love your pictures 🙂 thanks for stopping by, Rory.
I really enjoy the writing talents of Orwell, too!
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My Summer Read was…Things Fall Apart By Chinua Achebe (Author) it was interesting ☺
Things Fall Apart was required for me too, but I never got into it. Thanks for stopping by!
Good job on becoming vegetarian, I’ve been a vegan for years now… I don’t know if you get into the awards on WordPress or not, but I nominated your blog for an award– More info can be found here: http://fictionalmachines.wordpress.com/2012/07/30/one-lovely-blog-award-nomination/
Enjoy the day & keep up the great work!
Thanks for the nomination! I don’t think I could be vegan, but I applaud your willingness to forgo cheese!
You’re welcome & thank you– I made the transition in stages, I was a vegetarian for a few months, then decided to just take it all the way. Enjoy the weekend over there!
You’re a vegetarian???
My favorite read in school was Cue for Treason, Grade 8.
I try, though I’m neither particularly dedicated or successful. It helps that I really just don’t care for meat. I’ve never heard of that one, but then again I’ve tried to repress all of my middle school years!