saturday october 31 at the library
Vair Vair excited to receive my copy of groovy-girl Louise Rennison’s new book ARE THESE MY BASOOMAS I SEE BEFORE ME?! It’s about time the fans in Hamburger-a-go-go land get this book! It’s been out like a million years in Billy Shakespeare land!
one minute later
I am in despair like a loon on despair tablets. This is the last book in the Georgia Nicolson series. How will I go on without her wisdomnosity? I must leave my bed of pain to continue the review.
sunday november 1 at home on the couch in my jimjams
Mutti and Vati are still an embarrassment to the human race. Libby is truly quite insane. Grandvati continues to represent the elderly mad in his upmost fashion. And Angus and Gordy have a new pastime of staring at Libby’s new budgie.
The Ace Gang is back for some wonderful snogging tips and Bison Horn Dancing!
Stalag 14 is full of boring and useless information, as usual. Wet Lindsay is completely outdoing herself in the prat department (oo-er). Blimey O’Reilly--the whole school has to do Billy’s romantic comedy Rom and Jul. Fun abounds and knows no measure!
A fly in the ointment (besides Dave The Laugh)—The Stiff Dylans get a manager and have to go to London to make it big as pop stars. Are the days of our heroine being the girlfriend of Masimo The Lurve God coming to an end? Should Georgia go to London or let Masimo go and bounce back like a rubber band of elasticity?
Dave The Laugh keeps lurking like a big lurking thing. Why is he in Georgia’s mind all the time—or is he in her heart? I’ll never get to sleep at this rate. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
P.S. Even though Georgia has gone away laughing on a fast camel, you can always get copies of her books at the local library.
P.P.S. If you are interested in finding out more about the mad and ever so wonderful Louise Rennison, go to her website
P.P.P.S. To find out more about the Brethren of Angus go to the Scottish Wildcat Association