We leave for Oklahoma tomorrow morning! I am so excited that soon I’ll be hanging with all my best girls. I will be taking my laptop and posting while I’m away because Tuesday is the Big Day.
I’m talking about literary tattoos!
There will be a post on the ink. Courtney of Abducted By Books, and my friend Ame are also getting some lit tats too, and a few other friends will be there for moral support (and duct tape in case any of us try to punk out). Which I officially can’t do now, since I’ve posted this and talked my friends into permanently mutilating their flesh.
So be sure to keep an eye out for that post!
Also, my blog is getting a complete makeover from Lori at Use You Imagination Designs. All this should happen while I’m on vacation. I’ve been a fan of her blog design skills for a long time, and she made my awesome Read Me, Baby, 1 More Time challenge button. I debated on spending the money on a blog design, but I’ve been blogging almost two years now and my love for it has only increased. As I have no artistic/html skills, I’m more than happy to pay someone who will make my blog beautiful and unique. Plus it also comes with a matching business card templates!
Actually I’m getting The Works, with comes with so many bells and whistles that I’m not even sure what all of them are, but I’m pretty excited!! Lori has been amazing during this whole process, and she has a real enthusiasm for blog designing. I can’t wait to see what she comes up with!
So, the Hubs and I are driving to Oklahoma… during tornado season… with the super high gas prices. I’m hoping the recent events in the Middle East will lower the gas prices, but it’s still cheaper than flying. I’m prone to panic attacks in airports anyways, and the only time I let people feel me up is if there’s dinner and a movie involved.
So what books am I bringing to OK? Actually not a lot, because I plan on spending every spare moment with my friends, but here are the ones I’m planning on packing:
The Deathly Hallows by JK Rowling – the Hubs is not a huge reader, but he’s an HP fan, and with the second half of the movie out soon, and a 23 hour drive, it’ll be nice to listen to Jim Dale voice the final tale of the Boy Who Lived.
On my Kindle:
Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris
Abandon by Meg Cabot
Up in Honey’s Room by Elmore Leonard