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{May 27, 2013}   Does being sick have a benefit?/Day 27 of Reading Challenge

After almost a month of being stuck at about the same weight, I stepped on the scale this morning and saw 284.0! Finally off of 286 and above it where I had been fluctuating. I AM currently sick, though. I have had a cough since Thursday evening with congestion and now my nose is stopped up at the moment of this posting. So, needless to say, I feel really crappy but I can honestly say it hasn’t made me starve myself or anything. I have ate pretty much the same while being sick, but in the past, when I get sick, I tend to lose a bit. In a strange way, I guess it could be considered a benefit, BUT being sick sucks and it’s no fun at all! Tomorrow I’m supposed to start my Medical Transcription training after coming home from an Awards Ceremony for my 7 yr. old niece so I will really not looking forward to feeling blah while doing it. If everyone could send their positive thoughts and prayers my way that I will feel a lot better tomorrow, I will greatly appreciate it! 🙂

Now…for Day 27 of the 30 Day Reading Challenge!

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Day 27-The most surprising plot twist or ending

I’ve read a lot of books where there’s a plot or ending that really shocks me and surprises me because I did NOT see it coming. To narrow it down to the MOST surprising I had to glance through my Goodreads “Read” List and really rack my brain to remember all the books I’ve read. I feel like I have to shout out a book I might have referenced before and that’s “Blasphemy” by Douglas Preston because it definitely had a heck of a surprising twist to it. Same with the book I picked as Best Book I have read this year…although that has also changed now. “Hiding in Sunshine” by John and Caitlin Stuart is one of the best books I read this year BECAUSE of the twist at the end. So I broke my own rules and reused books but sometimes books fit into more than one category. 🙂

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