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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Read-a-thon: 9 pm. The boys go to bed.

Recap for hours 13-15:

Minutes read: 131
Pages read: 150
Total minutes reading:477
Total pages read: 528
Books completed: 2 (Gimme Shelter by Mary Elizabeth Williams and A Homemade Life by Molly Wizenberg)
Minutes online:
Minutes nursing: 10
Minutes doing kid stuff: 20?
Minutes lost:
Drinks consumed: 1 Diet Mountain Dew
Food eaten: none

I picked up Paper Towns by John Green for my next book. For the first chapter I really didn't know if I was gonna be able to read it- Ben annoys the SNOT out of me. Fortunately, he's calmed down some and isn't as major a character as expected. I'm 150 pages in, and if you've read it- the boys just skipped school together to take a road trip.

I haven't been visiting many other bloggers, and I feel kinda bad, but I keep expecting to need to do that in the wee hours.

Thanks to everyone who agrees that the Bug is a cutie. He really is, if I say so myself. The boys have gone to bed for the night and the house is quiet. Now it's time to see how late I'll really make it. This is when the cheerleaders would come in really handy!



  1. Ra Ra, Go Lisa Go! You can do it :)

    I am impressed at how well you're doing, especially juggling kid duty! I don't know how you're doing it (I bowed out this time around because of my puppy!! geez!).

  2. You go girl! Read on! (I'm totally an unofficial cheerleader here... not having "signed up" or anything! But assuming it doesn't matter.)

  3. Keep it up! I'm sure it is easier to read with a quiet house...although the lateness of the hour might not be helping!

  4. You are doing really well. I jumped for joy when my kids went down. Whew!


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