If only we could know.
I'd want to be on a comedy.
Or maybe an inspirational. Certainly not Law and Order. Not a drama, for goodness sakes.
But likely I won't be on any of them. We live a rather boring life except for the children who don't seem to be able to get along this weekend. Sigh.
But my baby-free (garage sale) time, netted me way more books than my already overly full bookshelves can handle. Fifty cents each, $13.50. Not too bad for all these....
- The Making of England
- This Realm of England
- The Age of Aristocracy
- Britain Yesterday and Today (books 1-4), by C. Warren Hollister
- Fairy Tales of Ludwig Bechstein, Translated by Anthea Bell
- Junichi: A Boy of Japan, by G. Warren Schloat, Jr.
- Half Wild and Half Child, by Lizi Boyd
- The World and Africa: An Inquiry into the part which Africa has played in world history, by W.E. Burghardt Du Bois
- Junior Classics 2, Stories of Wonder and Magic, P.F. Collier & Son Corporation
- More Read to Yourself Stories: Fun and Magic, compiled by the Child Study Association of America
- Wheel of the Year: Living the Magical Life, by Pauline Campanelli
- Shakti Woman: Feeling our Fire, Healing our World, by Vicki Noble
- Goddess: Myths of the Female Divine, by David Leeming & Jake Page
- Dreaming the Dark: Magic, Sex and Politics, by Starhawk
- The Winter Solstice: The Sacred Traditions of Christmas, by John Matthews
- Women's Rituals: A Sourcebook, by Barbara G. Walker
- Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner, By Scott Cunningham
- Animal Dreams, by Barbara Kingsolver
- Cities Then & Now, by Jim Antoniou
- The Holy Book of Women's Mysteries, by Zsuzsanna Budapest
- Circle Round: Raising Children in Goddess Traditions
- Magick, Shamanism & Taoism, by Richard Herne
- The Science of Harry Potter, by Roger Highfield
- In the Beginning: An Introduction to Archeology, by Brian M. Fagan
- The Man Who Saved Britain: A Personal Journey into the Disturbing World of James Bond, by Simon Winder
- King Arthur and His Knights, by Sir James Knowles
- Signing Illustrated: The Complete Learning Guide, by Mickey Flodin
- Making Cards with Rubber Stamps, by Maggie Wright
And a pasta maker!
I'm going to try making pasta!
Tomorrow, I think. Today, I'm going to hope the children can play together for more than five minutes, because if I do anything more than that they will surely drive me crazy.
Here's hoping that the rest of you have a weekend that is either more productive or more relaxing than my own.