Q1 Update: 2015 Alphabet Soup Challenge

With one quarter of the year about gone, I’ve read 24 books! Yep, my no crap before Memorial Day went out the window, but oh well, it’s reading. I’ve also… Read more »

Confessions of a Designated Fat Taxi Driver?

aka a two-in-one review because I started and finished two books in the last three days Confessions of a New York Taxi Driver by Eugene Salomon and Jennifer Joyner’s Designated… Read more »

Winter Wonderland rescues February

The shots of the frozen Hudson have been awesome this winter. I got a few I liked last weekend on the train, at sunset and on the Intrepid but decided… Read more »

Fire Inside: Oklahoma City

I’m reading The Fire Inside by Steve Delsohn after reading about it in an AskMe that was recently linked in Meta Talk.  I have no interest in becoming a firefighter,… Read more »

book’em messy shelves

cari   February 7, 2015   1 Comment on book’em messy shelves

  AKA two friends’ organized shelves make me feel guilty. I really don’t read dead tree books all that often and I had some that I’ve long since replaced with… Read more »

#GoTheDist 2015: January totals

my final January totals are: 285,009 steps 117.62 miles walked 81.54 miles biked I’m most proud of the biking goal because it represents a return to the gym which was… Read more »

sometimes I should try that listening thing

“Why are you beating yourself up? You know you always bounce back.” ~ @FatGirlvsWorld, #GotheDist fearless leader This was the end of a two-day freak out during which I was… Read more »

Review: Bleachers

cari   January 25, 2015   1 Comment on Review: Bleachers

After Rake left they named it after him. Neely was gone by then, of course, long gone with no plans to return. Why he was returning now wasn’t completely clear,… Read more »

Steven A. Shaw vs. Food

cari   January 18, 2015   1 Comment on Steven A. Shaw vs. Food

This originally started as a review of his first book Turning the Tables, which I realized two-thirds of the way in that I had indeed read it. My LibraryThing confirmed… Read more »