Sunday, June 29, 2008

Elapsed Time 14:00



Progress report ...

Time Read: 9:15

Pages Read: 632 (that's nearly 70 pages an hour)

Books Finished: 2 - Fearless Fourteen by Janet Evanovich
and Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Time Blogged: 4:45

Frame of Mind: Thirteen Reasons Why was just as good as I'd heard it was! So what should I start next? Now that it's midnight here, I'm definitely getting sleepy. I'm debating on whether or not to take out my contact lenses. On the one hand, my eyes might feel less "buggy" without them; on the other hand, taking them off will be a sure signal to my body that it's bedtime. I'm not going to be able to eat anything to keep awake either - at least for the next little while - because I'm stuffed from the Cafe Rio take-out that WhiteRabbit brought for Jelly and I.

11 comments:

  1. Maybe you could just give your eyes/contacts a good squirt with some of that stuff...it's like visine, except for contact wearers.

    I'm glad I'm past my fade, but that doesn't mean I can't again!

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  2. That's an awesome reading pace!

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  3. Now that I have new contacts that let more air in, I discovered I can even sleep with them in. I discovered that last night when I forgot to bring solution with me on my business trip.

    You're doing great! I need to read 13 reasons why.

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  4. 70 pages an hour...that's awesome!

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  5. oh, you are going strong yet! Great work:)

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  6. Wow! You are doing great!

    Do you have a pair of glasses you could wear instead of your contacts? That would probably give you eyes some rest and some oxygen.

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  7. Way to go Allison!! I came back from work to cheer you on some more!! Keep it up!

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  8. difficult decesion! I don't wear glasses (but I think I need them: not for reading, but for faraway stuff), but I imagine that would make life evne more difficult.

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  9. You're doing great, Alison!

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  10. Seventy pages an hour! Amazing!

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