TheRealSharon's Blog

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…

• What are you currently reading?                 
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

What are you currently reading? “Hit List”-Laurell K. Hamilton and “17 day diet” by Michael Moreno

What did you recently finish reading? “My Teenage Werewolf”-Lauren Kessler (An interesting insight into a mother’s head about her adolescent daughter who is turning into a teen; although I’m not a mother, I found the book funny, eye-opening and interesting. I recommend it to mothers with teen girls, mothers that will soon have teen girls or women that may have a teen girl one day)

What do you think you’ll read next? “Burn” by Ted Dekker and Erin Healy because it’s my last 7 day check out from the library that I have to finish by Saturday…and I am really hoping to get “Bossy Pants” by Tina Fey from the library this week…Please call soon, library! I really am excited about reading it! 🙂

What books are YOU currently reading? What books are you looking forward to reading? I would love to hear in the comments or on your own blog! 

Me and my hubby watched “Life as we know it” today. I really enjoyed it and he said he liked it to, which is a great thing considering it’s a romantic comedy! I loved how a sad situation became something happy in the long run and I also LOVED how it showed that a little arguing and fighting in a marriage or between bf/gf even is a normal thing. I think so many people seem to believe that if a couple is fighting that this somehow means they’re not as in love anymore or there’s a big problem. Not true….anytime you spend a lot of time with someone, day in and day out, you’re going to argue, you’re going to get on each other’s nerves…it won’t always be smooth sailing. This is why you fight with family and even with friends if you live together long enough. As long as the little fights don’t become abusive, it’s fine. I think more Tv shows and movies need to point that out. Real love isn’t all butterflies and rainbows…it’s tough. It’s struggles, a little bit of fighting, a little bit of making up, sadness AND happiness. I love when a movie shows THAT reality instead of always being this unrealistic happy fairy tale ALL the time. So I loved this movie for that and I loved the scenes where two people are trying to learn how to take care of a baby for the first time. Women who haven’t seen it should definitely watch AND men, give it a try…it’s not so bad, you might actually like it!

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