Like Sunday morning that is. :D That song came on the radio this afternoon while I was on my way home from the library and I BLASTED it! It's makes me feel carefree and it also helped that I just borrowed three more books and I had my crazy terrier with me. Molly goes nuts when she sees me put my shoes on, and she BEGS me not to leave her, so I usually end up bringing her everywhere with me (as long as what I'm doing doesn't leave her alone too long and the weather is amicable). But I really love days like this, where I wake up early and rested and get to laze in bed for a few hours before getting up and beginning my day.
But here is some info on the books I just borrowed and I am really excited about.
First is Loose Girl: a memoir of promiscuity by Kerry Cohen:
I'm really looking forward to this one because I have a keen interest in female sexuality and self'esteem issues and how women and young girls even learn and abuse the power they have. That's one reason, of many, that I decided to major in psychology... but I digress.
And the last is a book my MIL told me that I absolutely NEED to read: The Original Sin by Marius Gabriel.
"Eden van Buren lies chained to an iron bedstead in a homemade cell. Her captor is a handsome tormented young sculptor who lives alone in the Arizona desert. He is honest, compassionate, and uninterested in money. Why then has he kidnapped Eden and demanded ten million dollars in ransom? And why does he seem intnet on destroying Eden's mother? The answer lies in half-century of dseire, brutality, and betrayal--a dark skein of tangled lives and shameful secrets that spans three generations and three continents, from Franco's Spain to the cruel brulaity of Veitnam, from the haut monde of Bevery Hills to exotic Costa Brava to the basement of an isolated house where Eden's captor seeks his ransom revenge. For he is more than a kidnapper; he is an avenging angel, and he represents the final piece in a puzzle of lies and deception that began with. . .the original sin. A gripping novel of love, revenge, and redemption, The Original Sin is a work of stunning intensity and riveting suspense--a novel that establishes Marius Gabriel as one of the most exciting new voices in contemporary fiction."
It sucks though I can't find a good enough picture, but oh well. My biggest dilemma is what to read first!! Not a bad problem to have, eh?