|I found a sunken garden called The Pioneers Women's Garden, and it's incredibly pretty and no one goes there!|
I’m reading The Ox-Bow Incident. It was published in 1940 and is a Western that my father mentioned the other week. I’m a third of the way through and nothing has happened. People got drunk and now they are sitting around on horses, waiting to decide what to do. I guess it's a lot more philosophical than I was expecting, discussing law and mob rule and the basis of society. Given my father mentioned it, that shouldn't have surprised me.
I’m listening to the third novella in Stephen King’s Different Seasons. The second story was so amazingly good that I’m struggling to get involved with this one –the Body, which was made into the movie Stand By Me, which I really like.
And that’s another week of knitting, reading and listening to audiobooks. Click over to Ginny’s blog to see what she, and the rest of the yarnalong, are up to this week.