I kept one for about six months when I started dating Mike Novak. I still have the notebook somewhere, a scruffy green ring-binder half filled with teenage angst about Mike and his terrible kissing and his lamentable desire for a student nurse named Susie. Writing a diary seems like an admission you have nothing better to do. Maybe not even then. It makes the hours and minutes seem less of a vacuum -- I thought, I felt.
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Shelves: adult-chick-lit This book was pretty good. I am wanting to get into these types of book, so I decided to give it a try. I do not regret it! It had its flaws, and sometimes could be a bit dry, but it was entertaining. The description might seem boring. I mean, what could be so interesting about a pregnant woman who has to go on complete bed rest for three months? Well, the author did a good This book was pretty good.
Well, the author did a good job making it a fun ride! Three stars because of the rushed ending along with a few other flaws. I found myself more involved and introspective than I had anticipated. Ah family dynamics! Ah, the conflict of work and parenthood! Jul 13, Finn rated it liked it A light read.. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend the last 3 months of your pregnancy lying down? Well, this would be the answer. A frustrating, lonely, cookie-eating time.
Somehow it all works out in the end. Apparently this book has a sequel, so I may read it if I come across it. The main character "Q" is put on bed rest for 10 weeks and the entire time is negative and complains about everything. Got this at a garage sale with a box full of other books As for her husband, she is in a constant battle with him the entire book and talks negative about him as well.
All the characters were terrible people. A few months from now I wont remember a thing about this book. Im wondering why the author chose to frame the story in this manner? It comes across as unbelievable journaling detailed dialogue at , really?
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