sorry, my fault they won’t exsits soon. but I didn’t like them as a kid.
green olives with pimento
Over time I’ve grown to like green olives, but still don’t like ’em stuffed with pimento.
I don’t like the taste of them. I’ve even learned to drink Ice tea without sweetner. occassionaly I have a diet soda or crystal light lemonade, but really, I’d rather not.
fat free sour cream
It tastes funny – nothing like real sour cream
fat free half and half
I have no idea how this is even possible.
light butter /light margerine /fat free cheese.
I had some of these that don’t melt. Scary.
So what is this all about? Blood sugars not good. Neither is weight ( clothes aren’t fitting well ) and I really like to eat. SoI’m just trying to remember there are very few foods I dion’t like. Variety is avalible , so eating less of some things does not have to be painful. Also, no matter what advice I get from books or well meaning friends- the first rule of food for me is Never eat anything you don’t like. It only makes me look for something better tasting.
Of course, there are those foods that dont like at all
Fang Girl Helen Keeble ( LB) one of the funniest books I’ve read in a a long time – yes there is a link between vampires and ikea. review
Private James Patterson/maxine Paetro – (klb) Stiff . these two have done some of the women’s murder club books , but this one was – well the story lines were interesting, but I didn’t feel anything for the characters. – 1st book in a series about a private detective agency.
Bewitching You Viola Estrella (kb) paranormal romance, cute,overly complex. I kinda wish the romantic couple had learned to trust how they felt a little more by the end of the book , but it was a fun read
6 for November and 125 for the year – which is almost done
6 for October, 119 for the year so far
The Excursion Train Marston, Edward (klb) another good historical mystery by this author.
Gone girl Gillian Flynn (KLB) good, read review below. Need to find her other books
The Scandal of Lady Eleanor Regina Jeffers (KLB) I thought this was going to be a light regency romance – but no, it had child molesting in it. and it ended on a cliff hanger . It was good, but not what I was expecting.
3 for November , so far…
I don’t swear a lot. My family doesn’t really swear. As I’ve grown older, it just seems odd to use body parts, or body functions to mean something bad. I do like to use frell ( from Farscape) or frak ( from BSG) – they sound like they mean something wrong. And I use the phrase ‘effed up’ a lot too, because it just sounds like a mess. All this information is because I finished Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn a few days ago. The book just will not leave my head. I’m astonished. I don’t read a lot of best sellers, they often don’t appeal. But I read this one, and it is so messed up. The characters are completely fucked up. They have entangled and mixed themselves up and created a horrific mess.
Gone Girl is the story of couple. The fall in love, get married, things go well , then they don’t, and she disappears. The story is told in alternating flashbacks and alternating chapters. First Nick ,then Amy. The voices of each character is crystal clear. You know who they are. You know when they lie. I didn’t like anybody.
About halfway through the book, it feels like something is missing – and boom, there it is. The timing/pace of the book is spot on.
I would like this book just for the slap at the overdone dramatic news coverages of tragedies But then there was the ending. I hated it, but it was absolutely perfect.