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This is page 56 on my Nook
"where's your test?" Amusement touched Valek's face. He rose from behind his desk. Sweeping his arm with a dramatic flourish, he indicated two rows of food an a table. "Only one item isn't poisoned, find it then eat it."
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I don't want to take a picture, because its surrounded in 3 feet of snow and later today it will turn into 4.5 feet (if the weather man is right). Anyway, My favorite spot is in my front yard under a tree that splits into two trees, sharing about one foot of the same trunk starting from the ground.
I like laying a blanket on the ground on sunny days and listening to the birds while reading a wonderful book..........how long 'till summer?
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I wish we had snow in winter. It sound so romantic. It probably isn't, but still . . .ReplyDelete
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That sounds like a fab summer spot! I can't wait for the summer either!ReplyDelete
I'm an old follower, thanks for stopping by!
It is a wonderful spot :DDelete
Only one item on a whole table of goods... Good luck to her.ReplyDelete
If anybody can do it it's Yelena.Delete
Oooo how cool is this part. Maybe, I should add to my TBR list, because it sounds a good read.ReplyDelete
You should, its one of my all time favorite books. Its so good!!Delete
That is a lot of snow! When I lived up in the northeast, 2 feet was considered heavy snowfall. I sometimes miss seeing it, but I definitely wouldn't want to shovel that much.ReplyDelete
Old follower. Thanks for stopping by!
It is so much snow! I wish it was gone :(Delete
I miss snow!! We don't get it much down south. I'm not a huge fan of reading outdoors, but your front yard sounds nice!ReplyDelete
Jessica@Lovin' Los Libros
We get a lot of snow where I live....so much snow.Delete
Bah snow. We have also some but not as much. Anyway your spot sounds really nice!ReplyDelete
~Stephanie @ Bookfever
It is really nice :)Delete
It sounds amazing. I wish you could take a picture but don't go out in that weather. :)ReplyDelete
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I don't want to go out in that weather, it was snowing so hard I couldn't so the road that is right in front of my houseDelete
Eeeek a lot of snow for you guys too eh?! It's calling for more for us later this week/early next week so I can sympathize! Snow makes for a good excuse to stay in snuggled in a blanket with a nice book ;) Anyways the spot you described sounds PERFECT for reading outside in the Summer. Under a tree + birdsong sounds heavenly ♥ReplyDelete
The weather man says there is going to be a snow storm tommorow and we are suppose to get another foot of snow :(. I'm glad I'm not going anywere.Delete
I can imagine enjoying the shade of that tree during the summer! Lovely!ReplyDelete
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It is lovely :DDelete
I am definitely going to have to get Poison Study...that sentence was fantastic!ReplyDelete
Yes, do so now. The whole book is fantastic!!!! Its a outstanding book!Delete
I'm not an outdoor reader, but I imagine that if I was I'd love to sit under a tree ! New GFC Follower!ReplyDelete
~Caitlin @ The Y.A. Bookworm Blogger
That much snow sounds miserable! I live in AZ and it was 93 today!ReplyDelete
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Alise @ Readers In Wonderland
Lucky! the high today is 20 degrees.Delete
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I hate snow. I can't imagine it being this late in March and still dealing with snow. It's why I moved south. We are completely opposite, in that I would never lie on a blanket on the ground. Just your description made me itch, too many bugs. Thanks for visiting my FF.ReplyDelete
LisaILJ @ I’ll Tumble for YA
Where I live there is always snow still on the ground in March.Delete
Laying outside on a blanket is my favorite too. sorry that you have sooooo much snow.. no worries, sunny days are on their way! thanks for checking out my ff! old follower - Katie @ InkkReplyDelete
I hope so, tommorow there is suppose to be a snow storm :(Delete
Soon, summer will come and all will be okay :) LOlReplyDelete
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I hope summer comes for you soon! Because your spot sounds lovely I would have loved to see a pic, but oh alright!ReplyDelete
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Sarika @ The Readdicts
I would have love to take a pic, if I did it would mean it was nice out.Delete