Better Late

Better late than never right? Yes I know morning is almost done and I’m just getting this post up now, so unlike me.  But I was sleeping :P … and when I woke up I got straight to work on some of Brad’s stuff.  Yup it’s all hands on deck in this house trying to get ready for this weekend’s show.

But now I’m here, and now I can tell you about all the things I didn’t get to eat at book club last night.

Like sushi.  Ohhhhhhhhh sushi.  That was a hard one.  We invited some new members to book club and one of the newbies brought sushi.

There were other delicious treats too, Claire even brought a chocolate cake from Sweets From The Earth.  OY!

Kate was the host and while she served wine and beer to everyone else she generously suited me up with a coconut water juice box.

Our book was The Help.  I read it so long ago that I couldn’t remember some of the parts (yeah I know it was only a month ago but still it felt long.)  I haven’t seen the movie yet, have you?

Next bookclub’s book: Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand

And remember I’m also reading Lunch Wars for my next Blogher bookclub book.

And remember I’m also reading my statistics text book.

… in case you want to read along with any of them ;)

In other news, this morning I had peanut butter on my toast.  It tasted glorious.  My tummy is reacting a teensy bit to it.

Are you in a book club?  What are the rules of your book club?  What do you do for snacks, drinks, etc?

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8 Responses to Better Late

  1. The mornings not even CLOSE to over here, so you’re still posting early in my world.

    You could have eaten the rice off of the sushi. That would have been fun. :)

  2. Therese says:

    I just started my own book club in the attempt to get me more social now that I work from home AND to get back into reading NON-school books! We’re having our first actual meeting on Tuesday, September’s book has been “The Condition” by Jennifer Haigh which was pretty good. We’re doing it potluck style and as long as there are no allergies involved we can bring whatever we’d like. I’m hosting it next week so I’ll have drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), some sort of grain or bean salad and a treat (thinking cookies…).

    • Morgan @ Life After Bagels says:

      ah Therese good luck with your new club! We realized last night that we are celebrating out three year anniversary at book club next month

  3. Rachel says:

    Are you not a sushi fan? I can’t even… I had such a bad experience with it about 2 weeks ago, even looking at a picture makes my tummy turn. :(

    I’m not in a book club, but maybe I should join one… Especially if there’s food involved! :D

  4. I was a part of a bookclub but it flizzled. I am looking to join a new one. They are so much fun and people react so differently to the same story. It’s awesome.

    The best part is the food!

  5. donna weaver says:

    saw The Help – really really good…would definitely recommend it.

  6. Dre says:

    the book was grea tand the movie was super fantastic. they did an amazing job. one of the firs ttimes I wasn’t pissed off at the movie after reading the book.

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