Covered bridge

One of the clues in one of the xwords I do was “like many covered bridges”. The answer was “one lane”. This one is not. It’s a pic that the GG sent me from Vermont (I think).

My first almost-experience with a book club was when the Haisley Mafia suggested we all read The Bridges of Madison County and then get together to discuss it. Probably with plenty of whine. I read it. I dunno who else read it. We never met to discuss it and I had mixed feelings about it. Mainly that it was a decent read and kept my attention but not necessarily great literature. In fact, I was kind of annoyed by it at the end but I can’t remember why. Maybe I’ll have to re-read it. I do remember reading it in the living room at the Moldy Old Hoton Lake Cabin before the cFam tore it down and rebuilt it. That old Bad Boys cop reality show was on the TV.

And no, thank you very much, I am not watching tonight’s Republican debates. I would not vote for ANY of them even if I were disposed to vote for a Republican candidate at this stage of the game. Are they all going to kowtow to the Orange Baboon again, even though they are supposedly running against him? Nope. Also, I will NOT EVER vote for any candidate of any persuasion who is not pro-choice. My thoughts on that are too long and complicated for this blahg entry. Later or if you are one of my regulars, you’ve heard my rants about this before.

2 Responses to “Covered bridge”

  1. Margaret Says:

    I feel the same as you do about the debates and voting. And about corny (?) romance books.

  2. Kathy Farnell Says:

    We watched the debates. I didn’t learn much but as far as pro choice goes, among the candidates I thought Nikki Haley had a decent answer. She said she wasn’t necessarily for abortion but that each woman should decide for themselves what was right fir them. I think that is how I feel. Every woman should make up their own mind what is right for them. You really don’t know until you are faced with that kind of decision.